Love of Learning in this Season of Life: 4 Actions to Create New Learning Adventures No matter what season of life, my essential self continues to flow with the rhythms of the academic calendar. Inspired by spring’s late blossoms, I feel drawn toward closure and the...read more
Nurturing Youth, Strengths, and Future Generations It’s often said that raising kids is the most important job in the world. Today’s children and teens are the next generations who will lead the world far beyond our own lifetimes. How do we interact with young...read more
The Courage to Accept that We are Enough “The curious paradox is that when I accept myself just as I am then I can change.” - Carl Rogers I am imperfect and I know it. I’ve been aware of my imperfection as far back as I can remember. Here’s today’s difference. I used...read more
Awaken What Matters to You: 7 Thought-Provoking Questions “How we spend our days, of course, is how we spend our lives.” - Annie Dillard What are the central questions in your life? The big questions you ponder can inspire and empower you. Our contemplative questions...read more
Thriving at Midlife and Beyond 5 Self-Inquiries to Energize Your Positive Outlook Experts are finding important links between positive emotions and improved health, resilience, and well-being. Not long ago I facilitated a community seminar to discuss a journey...read more
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