Saturday morning. Five-o-clock. The phone rings. bri-i-i-i-ing I can’t say it was unexpected. “Mom has fallen. I’m in the ER with her. I think she broke her wrist”, my brother tells me. “Do you want me to come”? I ask after getting a little more information. He said […]
Wouldn’t you just know it? You come up with a great idea and you excitedly post about it. You know it’s going to help so many. And, of course, you know that because you’ve come up with such a great concept, you’ve got “it” licked. Right? Wrong.
In yesterday”s post I shared my recently coined phrase, “guilt-free zone”. I shared two questions I ask myself when I’m overwhelmed because I’m feeling too much responsibility. So the final questions is: If I don’t bear any responsibility, but I still feel some anyway, what do I do?
Last Saturday, during my week in review, I mentioned I came up with an original phrase that I am now claiming as my own. I’ve never read it anywhere but I was having a conversation with someone and there it was escaping my lips and I thought, “Wow. I […]
(I apologize that I’m reposting this from yesterday. I’m posting from my cell phone and even with my very little fingers, I sometimes hit the wrong button. So if you’ve already read this, just ignore it.) True change is never about circumstances. It’s always about us.