Month: March 2016
I’ve been a little quiet as I process the information I’ve gathered over the last two weeks. In a nutshell, I think I have found a direction for these musings…and my career.
Stuff – do we really need more? What if we got rid of one thing a day for five weeks to make room for the new adventures, experiences and few trinkets that we are going to gather? Would it change our lives?
Yesterday I put out a manifesto on the purpose of this site…to consciously experience life and not just collect things. I will admit to being a little hesitant to call it a manifesto because it was just filled with my thoughts. Then I realized that […]
We live in a world of needing more – more time, more money, more things, more…just more. It seems as if we think that if we don’t have “the stuff” to show that we have “the things”, we feel inadequate. A bigger bank account, larger house, […]
Jumping into a 7-Day Blog Challenge from Jeff Goins.
Week 1 – Write a letter to someone famous. I did. I wrote to Ellen DeGeneres. I found a new list of people to write to as I’d almost exhausted the one I had from InCoWriMo. This new list has 29 people on it, about […]
The day the box arrives. This box. I love surprises…I love not knowing what I’m going to find inside…it’s like Christmas every month! And I think the folks at Moustache Stationery have a camera or something at my desk because this month’s stash (stache?) couldn’t […]
InCoWriMo challenged me to write 29 letters in 29 days. I wrote 22. While I missed a few days, what I gained goes far beyond 22 days. 22 connections. Maybe one-sided, but maybe not. I hear rumors that the famous people that I chose to […]
February is quickly coming to an end and so in #InCoWriMo, the International Correspondence Writing Month. While the website still shows posts and information from 2015, the challenge was still going strong this year. I took up the charge and jumped into handwriting letters. My […]