Six Word Summer 2020

In these new times, with new practices, is even more vital to keep up traditions. Hence, my annual six word stories of the summer.

Six Word Story of COVID-19

Let's continue to fight Corona. Let's build a better normal not just a new one. A normal where every race, color, gender identity and nationality has justice and safety. A normal where family is not just a byproduct of adult work life, but a homestead which blossoms the crop of our career from its soil.

Ten Year Holiday Marathon

Ten years, ten articles, ten themes. Read on, reflect, and perhaps think of your own holiday traditions. How they started, what they mean, and why they’re so important every year.

Six Word Summer 2019

The point of journaling—the reflection, can be done in as little as just six words. Not only do the same areas of the brain get triggered, but I assert that even more reprocessing of our history occurs when we attempt to work through the puzzle of what we’re trying to memorialize in a shorter span of words than a free-write.

Six Word Winter 2019

I find that summer and winter are the journeying and reveling seasons while spring and fall are more transitional, thus the former two serve better for reflection and the latter for action.

Six Word Summer 2018

  “By all these lovely tokens September days are here, With summer’s best of weather and Autumn’s best of cheer.”...

The Creative Stress Cycle: 10 Ways to Make Stress Work FOR Us

“Everyone knows what stress is, but nobody really knows.” – Hans Selye, World’s First Stress Researcher Key: Stress is the...

Our Brighter Future, Today

Our Brighter Future, Today

  “We are not here to curse the darkness, but to light the candle that can guide us through that...

Eating Nun’s Farts: Unique Holiday Treats for WPRB’s Unique Holiday Marathon

Eating Nun’s Farts: Unique Holiday Treats for WPRB’s Unique Holiday Marathon

  “When it’s time to bake big — anything from a 12-inch birthday cake to a day of Christmas cookies...

A First Walk With the Woods

A First Walk With the Woods

“Trees are sanctuaries. Whoever knows how to speak to them, whoever knows how to listen to them, can learn the...