The Time for Peace is Now

We are now immersed in a world of fear. Whether it is the world inside of you or surrounding you, fear is prevalent.Doubt of taking the vaccine or not. Need peace.Worried about getting Covid or spreading it. Need peace.Anxious about your loved ones getting sick, dying. Need peace.Hesitant to see others or give them a…

Letting Go

What I have been struggling with, reflecting, journaling, meditating on for last few weeks: How do you know when to let go? When to give space to another? What does it mean, look like to give space? How do I give space when I feel the other is not ready? …Or am I not ready?…

How are you feeling?

Recently my teen was in the kitchen, making careless mistakes, dragging his feet, reacting, etc. So, I asked, “Hey bud, what’s up?” He grumbled that he was fine. He continued spilling stuff, forgetting the stove was on, wasn’t responding to reminders, so I asked him, “How are you feeling?” He went into a long explanation…

Mapping the New Year

For many years the holiday time is busy with all householders more at home and each following their own unique schedule. They wish to take it easy while I have a whole list of projects that I have reserved for this time. This year however was different. Everyone was home all the time. Usually, the…

Finding My Inner Space

We have been asked to stay apart from friends, colleagues and even family. Many have found this challenging. Take a minute and journal what you experienced. Was there frustration, feelings of loneliness or did you enjoy some time to yourself? Some chose to handle this situation by connecting to others online whereas others felt pulled…

The New “Norm“

Many people are talking or writing about the new norm. It took them a few days to settle into the “new norm”. At first they were resistant to change and were upset at not being able to go to work or that their kids were at home. The routine had changed and they were all…

Is Tech Really to Blame?

What culture are we living in that all members are in one room looking at a screen? Take a few minutes and reflect on the culture you are setting in your home or in your car. Close your device and open your eyes to something new. Stop blaming the kids. Stop being mad at technology. Instead, be creative, create enthusiasm, be courageous.