Is the world different than it was when I grew up? You betcha. And, trust me when I tell you that there were problems back then. My parents’ generation was bemoaning the state of my youthful experience versus what they had known in their youth -- and their parents did the exact same thing.Read More
Picture it: you wake up in the morning knowing you’ve got a million things to do, more or less. There are tasks to complete, goals to accomplish, things to get started. You’re somewhat excited about the prospect. And there’s a problem: although you know that there are things to do, you actually have no idea what to do NOW.Read More
The challenge is that the “punch” that I mentioned early leads to a negative connotation with these words; they give rise to a feeling of angst and ick, and I don’t know anyone who proudly proclaims that they hold particular prejudices or biases.Read More
It’s time to stop the insanity.
To help you in this regard, I want to remind you of a few things…Read More
I hate to break it to you: there’s no avoiding the overwhelm. Like so many things, overwhelm is part of the human condition. Luckily, there are some really (like, REALLY) simple strategies that you can implement – or start to implement – to keep overwhelm at bay, or at least, at a minimum.Read More