203. It’s okay to go small

The biggest way to set myself up for failure is to “go big.” The only times I ever really say “go big or go home” are around food 🙂 Otherwise, it’s a terrible phrase. Going big is so built into our culture. We have to “make a big...

202. The power of three

I see the world in three’s. In writing, most of my lists or examples are in sets of three’s. I need at least three things in a list to really feel it is complete. But it is not always easy. That third example sometimes takes a little bit of time to come up...

201. The sun, stars and moon

I want to be more like the sun – shining unapologetically in all of its glory, never doubting its strength and supporting life of abundant ecosystems. I want to be more like the stars – comfortable being small in a vast space, adding magic with its quietly...

200. Ease on down to the next step

We all know that immediacy, urgency and frenzy are detrimental for our body, mind and nervous system, but they are so standard and normal in our way of living, especially during times of transition. In Western culture, there is a compulsion to get to the next step...

199. Goals and authentic living

I’m not much of a goals person because they don’t tend to stick (i.e., I don’t tend to stick with them) but writing daily this year is a definite goal I have and I fully intend to accomplish this year barring any extenuating circumstances. I was...