The Importance of the Apology

March 31, 2016 | The power of an apology.

Have you ever had your feelings hurt by the words or actions of another? Sure you have – we all have. It’s part of the human experience. We’ve all endured the pain of someone saying or doing something unkind to us, or at least unkind according to our personal interpretations.

Creative life and frustration

January 25, 2016 | Stand firm against disappointment and persevere through frustration.

Learning to endure disappointment and frustration is part of the job of a creative person.

Weight obsessed an observation

November 25, 2015 | Not losing your mind in a weight-obsessed society.

Have you heard the reports lately about how, in spite of all the information that’s been given to Americans about how to stay fit, we’ve been getting bigger? Are you surprised?

want vs. WANT

September 25, 2015 | Put the work into what you want and you'll likely get it.

You know the expression or saying, “you can do anything you want to do”, or variations of that statement? How do you feel about the validity of that statement? I think, in case you were wondering, it is spot on correct, but only if you fully understand the value and parameters of the key word: want.

Fear and Worry breaking the grip

September 6, 2015 | Don't let worry keep you in chains or rob you of joy.

Fear is not a shield. Fear is a hammer to the nail of pain. And worry is a completely useless activity.

Introvert or Extrovert

August 21, 2015 | Are you an introvert or an extrovert? Why should you care?

So many times I hear (or read) descriptions of introverts and extroverts and how people fall into one camp or the other. It always struck me as strange that I seemed to fall somewhere in the middle of these two camps. Was I just a weirdo? Well, that may be so, but as it turns out, most people fall somewhere in the middle. So these so-called quizzes that place you in one camp or another are simply not accurate. Phew! Here is an article/blog I found that supports this very observation.