I recently made almond milk. It was so easy, I wondered if there are other products I buy that I don't need. Which made me wonder why I love ‘products’ (instead of food) in the first place …
When I look back on the last ten years, I can see where I've experienced enough. Where I haven't. And how I can change so the next ten years are more than enough. Wanna try?
Seeking work life balance suggests we don't work during the life part. We work all the time. Here is how I am blurring the edges.
A writing exercise to uncover ‘enough of what?’ in which I share TMI and link to cool stuff.
My inner resistance to this practice is solidifying, concretizing. Simultanously, I am developing muscles I've never had and always needed.
In which I demonstrate my unrealistic relationship with TODO lists and wonder if, maybe, that relationship will change this year. Maybe.
Imagine the holidays with no sugar, including flour and alcohol. Horrifying thought or joyful ideal? I've never enjoyed food more.
Becoming free from the empty drama of “enough” at the holidays may require years of experimentation. But what matters most is knowing that your time, energy and attention are the most valuable things.
Who gets ‘a thousand invitations’? How many invitations are enough? What are you doing New Year's eve?
In the center of my inner world, there is a garden. I have arrived here. Just in time for the holidays.