Habits for the New Year — Ease into Them Now

New Year’s resolutions — did you complete last year’s? Or how about the one from the year before?  If not, you’re in good company.  Research at the University of Scranton reports that 92% of people will fail to complete their New Year’s resolution. 92% fail According to Tony Schwarz in “The Way We’re Working Isn’t … More Habits for the New Year — Ease into Them Now

Find Time to Play: Three Pieces of Advice That Will Help

Finding time to play is not just fun — it’s good for you. According to Dr. Stuart Brown of the National Institute for Play, “play is something done for its own sake.” It’s an activity without a point to it. That doesn’t mean that it’s not competitive – you could be a competitive card player at your … More Find Time to Play: Three Pieces of Advice That Will Help

A Personal Mission Statement: 5 Steps to Making Your Own

Why a mission statement?  It’s simple: it helps keep you in your lane. Have you been to a bowling alley lately?  Have you seen the bumpers they put on the lanes to stop your ball from landing in the gutter when you’re way off center?  A mission statement is like putting bumpers on the bowling … More A Personal Mission Statement: 5 Steps to Making Your Own

My Vegan Food Journey

I follow a vegan diet…almost all the time. I’ve been asked about my food journey many times, usually in the form of “how do you do that?” and “what DO you eat?” So, I am sharing my food journey.  For my followers who have no interest in this — or anyone else’s food journey, I … More My Vegan Food Journey