Ambition

Source: Ambition My friend Anna-Lou is an amazing bundle of everything Tigger would be if he were a grrrrrrl. Or maybe, Anna-Lou just channels the spirit of Tigger on the way to wherever she is going. We live very far apart and I read her posts and see her in my mind’s eye gracefully flitting,Continue reading “Ambition”

50 Ways to leave your old life behind

There are some great suggestions here, and I have one more. If you need support, inspiration, encouragement, or to be part of a community that will help you stay motivated to increase your quality of life by investing in yourself, then look no further than the briliant, fab Dominee of Blessing Manifesting. http://www.blessingmanifesting.com/new-here.html I serendipitouslyContinue reading “50 Ways to leave your old life behind”

Elation and Despair – The Highs and Lows of Blogging |Reblog

Traffic Dos and Don’ts: A Checklist. As a writer who sees blogging as the most convenient medium for expression, the whole “speaking-into-a-vacuum” thing is sometimes discouraging. I find myself feeling elated when someone comments on a post, and crestfallen when a blog entry generates zero activity. I thought it was just my uberCholeric self, andContinue reading “Elation and Despair – The Highs and Lows of Blogging |Reblog”

Open concept workspace… bad or good? | Reblog

Annie Murphy Paul has a great blog out today – a study that looks at how our environment impacts our productivity. Turns out, the data contains a few surprises. http://tinyurl.com/neetweq Other opinions you might find interesting… 5 Tips for office courtesy in open workspaces (without cubicles) (mydoorsign.com) Top 5 – Ways to brighten up yourContinue reading “Open concept workspace… bad or good? | Reblog”

An Interesting Stopping Place

A musician must make music, an artist must paint, a poet must write, if he is to be at peace with himself. What a man can be, he must be. ~Abraham Maslow Recently, I had the delightful opportunity and privilege to visit Amira Behbehani in her studio and workplace. Amira is a Kuwaiti artist, andContinue reading “An Interesting Stopping Place”