I can work productively to benefit myself and others
The phrase New Year’s Resolution means making a firm decision to do or not to do something in the coming calendar year. There are many reasons that this is a terrible idea.
On Saturday morning I felt let down, a little sorry for myself, and that what I was doing was a waste of time. In other words, I forgot the equation: Intention > Outcome.
“Here lies the body of William Jay,
Who died maintaining his right of way –
He was right, dead right, as he sped along,
But he’s just as dead as if he were wrong.”–Dale Carnegie
Practicing FAIR consent is a powerful tool for reducing unwanted sexual interactions. Practicing consent in everyday life can lead to richer, more rewarding relationships and emotional resilience.
After fifty-two consecutive Mondays of posting ideas for moving from depression to well-being, last week I found myself caught up in an internal struggle. I decided not to post. There’s a laundry list of reasons for taking breaks (and a few reasons to proceed with caution when we’re depressed).
Labor Day seems like the perfect time to look at the connection between work and well-being.
A Curious Path to Improved Concentration
Are you curious why concentration seems so difficult? What if it were as easy as binge-watching TV? An easy, mindful approach to improving concentration.
Shortly after you were born, your mother had a shocking conversation with her doctor about your unusual sleep habits.