This is the month to step back and reset

We are midway through 2021. It’s probably a good time to take a look at the goals you set for yourself at the beginning of the year. Is this still what you want? Do you wish to change your direction? Do all these goals still matter? Have your daily actions brought you closer to yourContinue reading “This is the month to step back and reset”

Caught my eye this week…

Every creation starts with a lump of useless clay. The potter leaves a part of himself in every creation. Only the potter can hear the clay. He listens to know its breaking point, to learn its limitations, to reach past them or to accept them and make them a thing of beauty. regina brett ItContinue reading “Caught my eye this week…”

our desire for control

We want to have everything the way we want it yet we don’t realize that this is the source of our anxiety. Before COVID-19 we felt that we had more control, because we had more choices. We could go out freely to the malls, go out to dinner, take our kids to the park, getContinue reading “our desire for control”

Perhaps it’s time to stop doing that sh*t!

I’m not going to wait till I’m ready, or it’s perfect. I’m writing, whenever I’m inspired to do so and it’s “OK” if you think me self indulgent. Gosh, so much editing in my past has finally caught up with me. My hand tremor has moved from a 2 to an 8 on the anxietyContinue reading “Perhaps it’s time to stop doing that sh*t!”

Your Playing Small Doesn’t Serve the World

It was Marianne Williamson who said this in a passage from her book “A Return to Love” which has become an EXTREMELY popular inspirational quote and with good reason. I think it resonates with the soul of anyone reading it. It forces us to reflect: In what ways am I playing small? I don’t know about you,Continue reading “Your Playing Small Doesn’t Serve the World”

Nervousness and my Squiggly Signature

I’ve always described myself as “the nervous type.” Whenever I had to perform (I’m a guitarist) it would take me a while before I settled into playing “normal” that is without the wooden feel of my right hand and the shaky, unsteady fingers on my left. I remember asking my sister, who performs regularly toContinue reading “Nervousness and my Squiggly Signature”

Is Your Procrastination Habit at a Crisis Point?

You know you’re in trouble when you wear your habit of procrastinating like a badge – “I don’t know…it’s just who I am…I am a procrastinator.” You go on to further explain “I just LOVE the adrenaline rush of a deadline fast approaching. I spend two sleepless nights and I get the task done –Continue reading “Is Your Procrastination Habit at a Crisis Point?”