What Compound Interest & Ayurveda Have in Common: An Ode to the Value of Little, Little You may remember that my last post spoke to the unsung benefits and beauty of consistency. In that vein, today’s post is an ode to the value of the (seemingly)… Read More
The Unsung Benefits—and Blessings—of Consistency Recently, I’ve been wondering when consistency (and its chums: reliability, dependability, and predictability) became a dirty word. And why spontaneity, surprise, and impulsivity are so prized. Now, I admit Consistency… Read More
Swap + Add: What Could You Give Birth To? Mid-January, I realized would be turning 60 in 9 months. “Hmmm….” I thought, “nine months. What if I took on a nine-month gestation project?” Because I know that new habits… Read More
Beware the Nocebo Effect This past weekend I was introduced to The Nocebo Effect, and I haven’t been able to stop thinking about it. Like many of you, I was aware of the Placebo… Read More
Dis Your Distraction: Do Less, Be More This past weekend I went for a beach run with Dolly, my hound, and Pruitt, a delightful Corgi. As Dolly’s modus operandi is to vanish within seconds of arriving and… Read More
Congratulations! You Won Tried!!! These past weeks I have been giving thought to both my family of origin’s—and our culture’s—attitude toward trying. Regarding my family, I have realized that not only were we to… Read More
It’s 2024: Ask for (and Offer) Direction—Not DirectionS Hello! It’s lovely to reconnect. If you’ve been in the Wow-world for a bit, you know I pick a theme for each year. (Last year was decreed a “one-touch” year… Read More
What’s Your Wick? (And Is It Lit?) Yesterday I went to light a candle, only to discover it had no wick. Hhhmmm…. I moved along to another candle, but it got me thinking: How many of us… Read More
Ready Or Not “Ready ENOUGH—Here I Come!” Depending on your age, hearing someone shout, “Ready or not, here I come!” will have you crouching behind the nearest piece of furniture, determined not to be the first one… Read More
Adopt this Sailing Technique & Keep Your Employees (Not to Mention Kids, Partners—& Dogs!) Happy Part of my recent vacation was spent on a sailboat (Yep, that’s the boat, pictured above, left.) One thing I learned from our captain (Yep, that is she—with me—pictured above,… Read More