You don’t own a language when you can conjugate verbs and know vocabulary. You own a language when you can communicate your ideas effectively. And that requires a particular skill.
This week, a Mercury cazimi sets us up with insights and direction for what to let go as we end one chapter and begin again under turbulent conditions.
When my iCloud and iPhone storage both reached capacity, I learned a crucial lesson about the need for going into the dark places to look at what we push out of sight.
When we’re feeling stuck in life, the default tends to be to focus on changing habits. But there’s a more foundational element we should check first.
Jumping rope is good cardiovascular exercise and strengthens your legs and shoulders. But the real way it makes you stronger has nothing to do with physical muscles.
If you want to have a smooth ride, you first need to learn to tolerate the discomfort of bumps in the road.
Whether you move around the corner or around the world, moving uproots your whole life.