Back in March, I had what I would call a near death experience.
I think I can call it a near death experience even though I didn’t hover over my own body, my heart didn’t stop, and there was no white light or anyone from the other side.
I actually remember almost none of it and am going on the stories that were relayed to me. There was a life flight, a chest tube, and the card on the flowers that my daughter gave me that said, “Mom, thanks for not dying!” All this evidence points me to the conclusion that it was, indeed, a near death experience. Continue reading
One important aspect of a fulfilling serial life is the relationships we make. And keep. And grow.
In our busyness, sometimes we take the most important people in our lives for granted and very quietly and slowly neglect them without even realizing it. I couldn’t let that happen. Continue reading
Have you ever heard of a billionaire who built their business when they got ‘around to it’? An epic love story that was ‘fit into a schedule’? A good parent who ignores a child because they have something more interesting to do? How about being able to keep a job when you only go into work fully rested and motivated to work?
Convenience is a great quality when it comes to shopping, banking, doctor appointments, and your commute to work. It is absolutely counter productive as a component in making life decisions. Nothing great is ever created without inconveniencing yourself. Continue reading