Last week we featured an interview by Peggy Tucker that addressed being on the “old” end of ageism. Today we are going to feature the young end with Jarid Altmark.
Do you find this to be true?
Sometimes age discrimination is piled on our heads by others and sometimes we heap it upon ourselves. Continue reading
Which option do you choose?
Now is the accepted time to make your annual good resolutions. Next week you can begin paving hell with them as usual. – Mark Twain
I have never been a fan of the New Year’s resolutions.
They seem like societal peer pressure. We do it because all the cool kids are doing it. And 88% fail anyway. While that is a statistic that means nothing unless it’s about your resolutions, who wants to start a brand new year with the overwhelming odds of failure. It’s kind of sadistic.
What I am a fan of is new beginnings. Continue reading
Wishing you all the best to you and yours!
What are you curious about?
Everyone likes to be acknowledged. Everyone likes to be appreciated.
In the season of giving we have many opportunities to say thank you, not just for gifts but for generous gestures as well. We need to make sure that we thank people like we really mean it. We may not be good at it but that is when we need to require a little more from ourselves . We can learn, we can get better, we can practice. Practice makes perfect, right?
Currently this is my favorite Christmas song. Take a listen, my gift to you!
Wishing you relentless blessings!