178. Back to normal?

In conversation with a new colleague, he said that right now is a great opportunity for a personal re-invention, and I would have to agree. Overnight, in March 2020, we changed how we operate in almost all the ways we live, work, parent, etc. It wasn’t something...

177. Defying realistic

Why does it feel like the realistic and idealistic versions of my life are at odds? Like they are two magnetics defying each other? I have spent a lot of time and lost a lot of sleep dreaming about what my life could (and will) be. I have asked myself – why...

176. Safe containers

How many of us hold onto our pain because we don’t think others have the capacity to hold it? We think that we are the only ones who can manage, understand and resolve the pain. Could it be that this is a belief we have carried with us since childhood because we...

175. Seeing the depth

Either/or binhary thinking is rampant and unfortunately, divisive. “If you’re not with me, you’re against me.” But life is lived in 3D. What we see are not flat, black and white images. There is depth and shadows and lots of colors.

174. Eeny, meeny, miny, moe

Maybe you’re not indecisive. Maybe the choices before you aren’t all that compelling. If that’s the case, see if you can find out what other options have not been included/counted/considered.