The “AHA” was only the beginning. In fact, it would take a few years before I would become what I considered “good” at planning and being able to make connections.
I work at so many different places — kitchen table, living room, office, library, coffee shops. Some days I like the quiet while other days I listen to music or just like the sound of conversations around me. It really depends. Not all days are the same.
I want to thrive in all areas of my life. To do that I needed, I needed to reconsider many different things. The first was to rethink about how I was viewing what I was doing.
How often do you think about which hand to brush your teeth with? Or comb your hair? What about where the bowl for cereal is located? Or the spoons? How is your refrigerator is arranged? Or your clothes drawers? Why are they that way? Habits build up over time, often being introduced to us when…
Often, when people discuss work life & home life they use ‘balance’ as a way to describe how the two are connected. What do you think?
I had spent many a night wondering “What is my calling? What am I here to do?” but hearing only silence. What does it mean to Live The Good Life?
Routines are important and help us through the day. What if we want to be a bit more creative?
Fun, Happiness, Joy – where do you find these in school?
Developing habits are easy, much easier to develop than to change. It takes persistence and work to make changes, especially if the habit is years/decades in the making.
How do habits form? How do we replace habits? Habits are important but so is being able to change them.