Monthly Archives: May 2012

“Chatters of Glee” (and 27 other things that make me happy)

Once a month, I make a list of things that make me happy and grateful. This morning started out with terrific challenge and stress. Just as I was allowing it to get the best of me, I decided, instead, to make my monthly list. The list's number always matches the date, so here are my…

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“And I’m Glad I Did” (A three-minute read about hidden commitments—and a jump rope.)

One day a few weeks ago, my trainer and I finished a session of boxing, and he invited me to sushi.  He’s quite savvy, and recognizes the intersection of leadership, psychology, and physical wellness—and he wanted to more formalize the consulting piece of our work together.  (I have been providing Read more [...]

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4 things my mom has taught me about mothering

4 things my mom has taught me about mothering

1.  It’s extremely hard, but most of us are capable of it.  My mom has taught me that the act of mothering is perhaps THE greatest challenge—and THE greatest gift—of this human experience.  She also taught me to fully reject the social construction of the Western world that says that nurturing Read more [...]

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