Here’s my random gratitude collection of mostly small but sometimes large things that helped to make January better.
Our lives are built largely from the repetition of ordinary days. Both the Church and Bruce Springsteen remind us to pay attention to these days. They matter.
I have a conflicted relationship with the mysterious. I’m irresistibly drawn to that which is mysterious and unknowable. But it also frustrates me. And God is essentially a mystery that I never will be able to understand.
Each January, I like to choose a one word theme for the year. This theme is intended to provide a mindset anchor – to help me shift some key attitudes in my daily life and guide my choices of goals and activities for the year. For 2022, my theme is “choose joy.” Usually I pick… Continue reading Choose Joy
This time of year, it’s all too easy to get caught up in the frenzy of “New Year, New You” resolutions to “fix” myself. Although I’ve moved away from the typical New Year’s resolutions for many years, I still have a tendency to get very enthusiastic about the opportunity for new beginnings and a clean… Continue reading You Don’t Have to Start Strong