Times are dark, yet there is space for hope. We are vulnerable but we still need to spread love and practice gratitude. Times will get better so lets do a little song and dance for hope and physical togetherness.
Once upon a time there was a little lad who liked to tell stories. Right now we are in a world where going out, hanging with friends, playing sports and viewing the arts in theaters is not allowed by the governing bodies that are trying to keep the greater part of our society alive. Instead of being bummed about not going to the beaches or slamming a basketball through a hoop that is no longer mounted to the backboard, we […]
How many of you out there have been reviewing the points of Stephen R. Covey? If you don’t know who he is- look up his book “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” After years of working in a customer service role in corporate America, every job task was always urgent. Learning to figure out if any of those tasks were truly important and urgent was one that became the biggest challenge. I learned that the most important way to […]
The human is writing this one, since tonight on our neighborhood dog walk, there was a little sidewalk chart spelling session. The joy of growing up in a world where school is closed, likely for the rest of the year, means the sidewalks have become the new message boards. What was written on the sidewalk in bright pink chalk? HOPE! Why is this important? Watching TV right now with the crazy ticker or reading the newspapers on your iPad or […]
After the morning HIIT Ride with Peloton and the normal coaching call where we discussed WHACKADOODLE scenarios over the next six months, today’s goal is to continue taking it one day at a time. Listening to all the newscasts talking about a NEW NORMAL, really is irony for me after the past few years we have lived through. As the beginning of the musical “Dear Evan Hansen”, Today is going to be a good Day. Let’s plan to get outside […]