Don’t Know About You, But My Inbox Has Taken Control! It’s Sunday night around 10:30 pm. I’m taking one last look at my inbox before the new week starts. “What??” I scream. “159 emails in my inbox? It can’t be!” But it was. It often is that and worse. And it’s out of control at my […]
Decisions are never easy, and decision making is not one of my favorite things. Likely most of us would rather avoid making choices or decisions.
If you read my last post on January 1, you know what happened to my 2014 goals. When I sat down to set out my goals for 2015, I kept in mind what last year did to my plans. I kept focused on what I committed to in that same post on January 1. My […]
Last year at this time I set goals and not resolutions. At the time I established the goals, it seemed a long list for one human. As I review that list now, it turns out those could not have been truer words. Christmas Day 2013 found my husband in excruciating pain that would last until back surgery in March 2014. […]
The following post first appeared at Sowing Seeds of Grace and recounts the results of my one-week withdrawal from social media a couple of weeks ago. I wanted to share this post here because it also relates to my writing life. During the week of June 30th, I joined with Margaret Feinberg and others to […]
On the first day of the new year, Jeff Goins’ 500 Words A Day Writing Challenge began. Jeff’s posts on this challenge had entered my inbox. I read them, and I thought: “I already have goals set. Probably shouldn’t sign up.” With each post I read, I was tempted. Jeff makes a good case for […]