I’ve always regretted there was no place on my resume for worrying. I had an advanced degree in worrying, and it never served me well. I wouldn’t say I’m a constant worrier but I do my share.
Now I hear it’s normal for older adults to worry more about things like health, money, family dynamics, etc. Read More
Sometimes an early morning meditation will do it.
Sometimes it takes several videos of small children cuddling with animals Read More
Clearly, we’re living in unprecedented times. You hardly need to be reminded of the back-to-back tragic events that Read More
2020 was awful. 2021 wasn’t much better. What happens in 2022 is mostly beyond my control.
While the Read More
I’ve opted out of New Year’s resolutions for many years. It’s always felt they were a pebble in Read More
Yesterday afternoon I complained to a friend via e-mail about my morning’s work which included gathering financial information Read More