What gets lost in the pressure to have a plan: life is not in your control. Circumstances can change in a instant.
A poem for the last day of the year, in six stanzas of haiku.
Samhain, the Celtic new year, offers a perfect opportunity for a fresh start. Practical rituals to guide you through the change in season.
The framing of life as a marathon vs a sprint is misguided. The Jewish holiday of Simchat Torah teaches that they co-exist.
In your zeal to do better than you did last year, are you making the mistake that can sabotage your success?
It’s crucial to examine your motivations for what you want to create. Starting from a place of reaction rarely creates something sustainable.
The new year arrives with so much potential, promise, and pressure. Here’s a simple reminder to help you ease the pressure.