In a recent post by Chris Brogan, he encourages us to choose three words to guide our direction for the coming year, rather than develop lengthy resolutions or checklists. These three words need to summarize and represent a core desired feeling, and are an inner guide for decisions on how to invest time, money, and... Continue Reading →
With only a few hours left in 2013, I figure it's a good idea to take some time to reflect on my journey and to make some decisions around where to apply my focus in 2014. In this age of distraction it's really for me to lose my way and not make progress in areas... Continue Reading →
Mary Granville Delany (1700-1788) bloomed in her 70s, when she found her life’s passion, creating almost 1000 life-size, three-dimensional, scientifically-correct botanical prints now held by the British Museum. She is considered the first mixed media collage artist because she used paint, paper, and parts of flowers. I am inspired.
I recently finished reading the book "Focus" by Leo Babauta - probably one of the best books I have read on productivity in a long while. Minus any magic ideas or approaches - he describes simple approaches to productivity, and accomplishing great things.I have many things I want to accomplish over the next few months and... Continue Reading →
Thank you for: Great haircuts. Mountains. Kind people. Coffee. Crisp mornings. Possibilities.
Homemade asparagus soup for dinner! Super simple and super healthy. This makes a ton of soup, so I usually freeze a bunch. 2 bunches fresh asparagus 1 bag organic baby spinach 1 onion Ton of garlic 1 vegan bouillon cube Juice of 1 lemon 1/2 cup raw cashews soaked in water salt free seasoning Paprika... Continue Reading →