In times of change, learners inherit the earth, while the learned find themselves beautifully equipped to deal with a world that no longer exists.Eric Hoffer It’s raining today. A sad, gray day where the rain comes and goes as it pleases. When I was a young girl, I […]
At around 3am this morning several rounds of thunder broke through my dream state. It was heavy and ominous sounding. I can’t remember whether I was having a good dream or not. What I did realize was that of course there was thunder. It was officially my birthday. […]
Heard the chirping through the raindrops. Birdies flitting about as the storm gears up. The powering birdies won’t stop. They will ride it out in a pink teacup. The bare trees swing No twig to told onto A harbinger of what the day will bring Maybe it’ll be […]
Try to feel in the moment. Don’t just go through the motions. It’s so important to connect with your space. Your air. Your mind. I have repeatedly noted that I love jumping in puddles during a rainstorm. I find that to be one of the most fun things […]
Here in Los Angeles, we are starting the year off with rain. It is a rare sight, this thing called rain. And when the rain falls in Los Angeles, the cars slip and slide and people arrive even later than usual to their meetings and events. Los Angeles […]
Yesterday I received three severe weather alerts on my phone. After seeing the destruction hurricane Sandy brought to the northeast and how the tornados have deeply impacted the Midwest, I take those severe weather alerts seriously. There were flash flood warnings for parts of New York; mostly Westchester […]
Putting the Labor Back Into Labor Day: Did You Get a Rejuvenating Summer Vacation or Did You Work Yourself to Exhaustion?
Why do holidays no longer feel like holidays? Modern technological innovations have brought us pagers, cellphones, laptop computers, Skype and all manner of electronic leashes to our work. Communication is fast, and the pace of work has ramped up to match it. How many times have you sent […]