I spoke a fair amount about Impostor Syndrome recently, so I thought I would bring it to the blog. I will share it as an experience and a few learnings.
As we see the end approaching the judgement starts. Is it too fast? Or too slow? Are people too careful?
Today is a special day. One which I celebrate love and union. Promises of the future and shared dreams. 9
It is easy to talk about what is going wrong, easy to focus on the negativity of the word lock-down,
I became a fan of journaling. It has now been 3 years and I am only adding to it. Even though I started bullet journal style, I guess in a way I created my own personal style.
My end of the month ritual is the moment in time where I allocate more than a 10 minutes to my bullet journal and, with it, I reflect, and I plan.
Difficult situations often have a silver-lining. This shelter is no change to that. It can show the worse and the
The schools are back, and with it home-schooling. As Round 2 starts, the language of rounds inevitably makes you think of Fight Club. Can it be different?
It has been 38 days since my lockdown started. I know I want to make this experience count. So I started my lock-down bucket list.
Routines have the power to bring normality to this anything but normal situation that we found ourselves in. And they add predictibility.
Today starts my 4th week at home. In quarantine, or shall I say lockdown. Between burden and blessing, I have chosen to see this quarantine as a blessing.
I got lucky with COVID19. Today, I turned around. I did not feel ready to write until now, but now I feel like I have to put it out. And I fear for others
Today, I was forced to hit reset. I wonder if one day I will just hit reset, but not be bed-bound. Maybe that should be my goal for 2020.
It is hard to have a dinner conversation avoiding the topic. At its best coronavirus is creating interesting intellectual and ethical debates. At its worst, it is creating paranoia and divisiveness.
What an opening. Can a 6 year old really fail? What does failure mean? How much is there to fail