Twelve years ago, Labor Day weekend, pregnant with twins, and parents to a three year-old, we crossed over to where every younger person who still thi
Do you find that you do not recognize yourself? Do you find yourself doing things that cause your friends to question your sanity? Are you making deci
Impermanence is a concept taught in Buddhism. It means embracing the temporary aspect of everything. Living in the moment, living for the NOW.
My Dad turns Eighty this Friday. That is such a big deal. No man in his family made it past 55! His father and older brother had short lives and m
Truthfully, I wanted to name this post “I Found My Inner Drag Queen” but I was afraid I’d confuse you. I am not a drag queen and I am not a man.
Today was the fourth day of an almost townwide blackout. This morning, I sat down to glean some lessons from the dark.
Lesson #1 It could be so mu
*originally broadcast via Laura’s newsletter Living Wisely-OCT 2008
We don’t need Halloween as an excuse to wear a mask or costume. We really do
While it’s still the month in which Americans celebrate independence, I was struck by this theme watching my kids this summer. The soon-to-be high s
Different people tolerate different levels of risk. Some invest their money conservatively. Some want high growth despite high risk. Some people
Not much blogging from my camp since the start of March. I had a lot of momentum come up from my King’s Speech post and then I got very, very quiet.