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On Shortsightedness

Do you want to know what is guaranteed to stunt your growth and productivity? Shortsightedness. Shortsightedness involves being so...

Speckled: Finding Marvel in Transition

Here we are at the 6-month mark of our COVID reality. Our adrenals are worn. Our compassion for both self and others may be dwindling....

Summer 2020: On "You Do(ing) You"

It’s been a while, friends! Happy Summer! Let’s kick off the Summer Edition of the blog series with an important concept: the permission...

A New Recipe for Grit

Grit is an interesting thing. Psychological research defines grit as one’s passion and perseverance directed towards the attainment of...

Reframing Social Distancing: Time to Reboot

There is no question that “social distancing” has catapulted to the top of our search engines and most things hashtag. Collectively,...

Dear Teen: Two Simple Things

Today marks the beginning of spring. Normally, you would delight in the warmer weather, the sunshine, and the activities that await you...

On Mindful Balance During Transition

Picture this: You have been served your favorite coffee (or preferred hot beverage) in a cup and saucer and it is filled to the brim. ...

On Talking to Children about Social Distancing

We’ve had school cancellations for inclement weather and for other unforeseen crises or incidents but we’ve never had cancellations for...

On Vision

We often teach children about goals, but do we ever actually teach them about vision? Let's think about that. We certainly teach...

On Heart Communications

As a society we are so tuned in to the communication of our devices, our agendas, and our written and oral verbiage that we often lose...

On Time

Time is one of the greatest gifts we can offer someone; a gift that cannot be reclaimed after it has been given. Time is a gift that is...

On Connection

With every word, behavior, or action we either turn toward another person in connection and harmony or we turn away from them in...