“Close the door. Write with no one looking over your shoulder. Don’t try to figure out what other people want to hear from you; figure out what you have to say. It’s the one and only thing you have to offer.” – Barbara Kingsolve
Tag Archives: simplicity
Today’s motivational nudge: Under-analyze one thing
If you often tend to overanalyze things, today’s motivational nudge is a fun one.
Establishing boundaries – Part 2 – more intentional strategies
Strengthening boundaries is a good way to build self trust and work toward having a more peaceful and joy-filled life.
Getting to Effortless
It may be time to re-think the conventional wisdom that often tells us that raising the bar on our goals and getting anything significant done requires the kind of effort that may be utterly exhausting.
Today’s motivational nudge: Set and meet standards that are uniquely your own
Why not set our own standards and expectations for ourselves..
Collaboration vs. Cooperation (when communicating) – which do you prefer?
Communicating in a way where both sides are heard and understood isn’t always easy.
Can we be selfish and selfless at the same time? – Sunday thought
There are times when it is important to prioritize preserving your own well being and there are other times when going out of your way for others is the right thing to do.
Today’s motivational nudge: Putting mental wellbeing on our to-do lists
Our days can be rushed flurries of stressful activity or serene windows of time filled with calm and grounded action.
word of the week: “ease”
The Collins English Dictionary online has some interesting synonyms for the word “ease”.
Today’s motivational nudge: Get out of your own way
The funny thing is that the more you don’t do something the more you end up not doing it – even if you know you’ll enjoy it once you get going.