Monthly Archives: July 2011

Who’s Driving Your Bus?

“Every moment of one’s existence one is growing into more or retreating into less. One is always living a little more or dying a little bit.” – Norman Mailer In the few years after college when I was at the … Continue reading

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How I Improved My Life Enormously with One Small Change

  It’s easy to overlook the effect our routines have on us. Once they get established we don’t usually give them much thought unless they are interrupted.  But a bad routine can be having far more impact on your life … Continue reading

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Are You Waiting for Life to Begin?

This is either your life’s work or you are doing this while waiting for life to start. –Hugh MacLeod So often we live as if we are trying to survive. Trying to make it through another busy day. Trying to … Continue reading

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52 Ways to Enjoy the Summer

What sets summer apart from the other seasons is that we participate in it with our whole bodies. We do more and we watch less. We taste more and we eat less. We clean out and we take off. Life … Continue reading

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Engaging Our Senses

I recently read Julia Child’s My Life in France and I was struck by how sensual and tangible everything in her life seemed to be. Yes the the food was part of it, but there was more. It was the … Continue reading

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