I still don't know what I want to be, to be honest.
And how many of us actually ever want to grow up? It almost occurs as stripping the playfulness, games and fun out of life. And who wants that?
I've begun to wonder if this is even the right question…
We all lose track of what is important sometimes.
We can get bogged down.
The big picture matters.
Living our values matters.
It’s our tribe, our people, our clique.
It’s the people we seek to do.
It’s how we choose to invest our time.
It’s the work we do in the world.
And if a time comes when we don’t feel on track with that?
It might be time to consider what’s next, or take a timeout to refresh, renew and reset.
I feel like some of that child-like part of us never goes away.
The curiosity. The wonder. The spark. For some of us, the attention-seeking, or need to be teacher's pet, or top of the class.
I’m majorly crushing on Canva Team right now. Of course, they are the popular…
I had a huge aha moment last week.
Many people enjoy helping. Enjoy giving us feedback.
Enjoy imparting wisdom.
Especially when we follow up with them, say thank you, were are grateful, and here’s what we did with what we learned, rather than crickets after they have invested time and energy…
I never did like trying to fit in the mould. Or in boxes.
They are often too small. And too rigid.
My ex-husband, that is.
My ex-husband was a founder, inventor, entrepreneur, and, to be fair, brilliant visionary.
While I was with him, I felt like I was in the world of…
A snappy first sentence. This is our traditional hook. The point is to capture attention, so the reader reads on.
A quick story from life, a real story, to illustrate the point I would like to make. The point is this is the story part.
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How many times have you had a broken heart?
How many more times will you?
There is nothing that feels quite as amazing as being in love.
It’s risky, yes, but worth it.
Finding that special someone.
Our partner in crime.
Our other half.
Hopefully for a lifetime, right?
Realistically, unlikely these…
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It got me thinking about the differences in the mindset of people who successfully keep their minds in check, despite what’s happening, and those who are not so fortunate. I’ve frequently pondered this in the context of prisoners too.
The ending of my evening fiction book.
The ending of a movie.
Sometimes I’ll go to bed before something I’m enjoying is finished.
Why? I don’t want it to end.
And lockdown has exacerbated things.
Endings can be hard.
Sometimes they sneak up on us.
We don't realise that it is about…