I've told you about the push I got to attend Christy Wright's Business Boutique 3 day event in Nashville, TN in early November. Months before the trip, I wrote about that generous gift as well as many of the reasons I had NOT to go, and how I turned those into my reasons TO go: If … Continue reading going beyond fear to faith
We hiked to a rustic cabin (rustic = no water, no electricity, wood burning stove for heat) with everything we needed for three days loaded on our backs. This is how we celebrate turning 40, I guess.
I love fall. I love the gorgeous leaves, the crisp air, the crunch under my feet as I take a long hike... I love all of it. Not so much the pumpkin spice... you can keep that. I realize it's an unpopular stance to take, but I MUCH prefer apple cider. Anyway... I have a new … Continue reading create a clean slate
So. You're low on motivation. We've all been there. When those moments strike, it's sure easy to come up with why we don't *have* to do whatever it is: "I'll have time tomorrow." "I need to think about it more and really get some ideas flowing." "I should probably talk to [insert name of anyone … Continue reading creating a little motivation
I recently saw something John Cleese, one of the brilliant minds that brought us Monty Python, said about creativity. He said that in order to really get into a creative frame of mind, you need to have about an hour and a half of work time available to you. This allows your brain time to … Continue reading time to get creative