It's currently 5:36 a.m. I've already been up—walking around, pacing and thinking—for a little over an hour. I created this daily alarm to get up at 5:30 to think and "work on my dreams." That's how it's described in my calendar. This is the time when it's quiet, my family is still very much asleep … Continue reading 6 Ways to Find Magic and Miracles in the World
A few years ago, I made a rule for myself: schedule only one event per day. This was after realizing I had booked two events in between a big event for my oldest daughter. She was excited about spending the day with me and I had ruined it by rushing her from event-to-event-to event. I … Continue reading Creating Boundaries That Work
It's astrologically the middle of winter, despite news of warm temperatures in Antarctica and not a snowstorm in sight near the northeaster coast of the country (speaking on behalf of New York City). This mid-season energy, or Imbalc as some spiritualist call it, means taking advantage of rumbling of nature, explore more of life outdoors … Continue reading Writing Guide for Imbalc
We're a day away from the one, single day dedicated to love. Although other holidays have love as a foundation for it, it isn't quite as explicit or as challenging (for many), as Valentine's Day. But love shouldn't be a one-day, between two people experience, but an energy expressed daily, always and many ways. And … Continue reading 10 Days to a Little More Love
Being fired up to do what we do and continue doing it is key—and here is how to get.
If there's one tool that's necessary, crucial and even immensely important for the typical writer, it's the thesaurus. (Yes, I used this exact book to come up with different words to describe important.) The creation of the thesaurus, which was devised by Peter Mark Roget, was rather unexpectedly expected. According to the New York Times, … Continue reading Here’s How to Celebrate National Thesaurus Day
Is sleeping better one of your New Year's resolutions, or just something you wished you were better at doing? Well, you're not alone. According to the National Sleep Foundation, approximately a quarter of the adult population suffers from a sleeping problems, while an estimated 6% to 10% have an insomnia disorder. A lack of sleep, … Continue reading 6 Tips to a Better Night’s Sleep