6 Life-Hacks to Save Time and Energy

6 Life-Hacks to Save Time and Energy

Life-hacks to save time and energy. It’s the time of the year when it feels like bed time by 6:30pm. Almost overnight it seems like it takes more energy to do the same things that were easier when daylight lingered until 8pm. If you like me appreciate simple ways to...
How to Improve Your Outlook from Where’s Waldo

How to Improve Your Outlook from Where’s Waldo

Sometimes inspiration comes from the most unexpected places! Looking for a way to encourage a friend, the book Where’s Waldo popped into my mind. The popular books with visual puzzles of Waldo wearing his red and white striped shirt hiding in a busy scene turned out...
How to be a Friend in Politically Charged Times

How to be a Friend in Politically Charged Times

Have you noticed how hot it is out there? No, not the weather but the political climate. I’ve heard a number of people say that they’ve unfriended or unfollowed people they once called “friend.” I’ve seen posts from different perspectives seething with emotion. So how...
How to Have A Better Week

How to Have A Better Week

Make This Week a Better Week Just like that, it’s a new week! Don’t be tempted to crawl back under the covers with the colder weather and dreary news reports. Although it would be easy to justify that posture, we can take steps to make this a better week....
3 Reasons Underdog Victories are the Best

3 Reasons Underdog Victories are the Best

Who are you rooting for? But before I could answer, one of my kids replied “She’s rooting for the underdog.” They know me well! Truth is, if “my” team isn’t playing, I’m known to root for the underdog. There’s something about the nail-biter come-from-behind unexpected...
3 Lies You Need to Stop Believing

3 Lies You Need to Stop Believing

It started with a lie. I’m so angry! My friend said. I didn’t need to hear her words to know what she was feeling. Her body language, tone, and her “entire being” announced it. She was unmistakably upset. But nearly as soon as we began to talk, I realized...