Rosh Hashana reminds us that change isn’t an end-goal, but rather the beginning of a process that leads to transformation.
Rosh Hashana, the Jewish New Year offers a guideline on how to begin making an intentional change.
Our ownership culture conditions us to believe that owning things creates freedom. But in fact it’s the opposite, because what you own owns you.
We have so many apps to help us remember things that want to remember but that we forget. But we don’t need an app to help us remember the important or impactful things.
Changing things changes things. It may even feel like a set back. But it’s the only way to move forward.
My Fitness First ritual was never really about fitness. Or at least not only about that. Some insights from 7 years of daily practice.
No matter how well you think you clean, your home is filthy. Here’s why.