It’s that time again. Before creating a vision and intentions for the year to come, I empty the Good Things Jar. It’s part of a slightly longer ritual I call Marie Kondo-ing my year, where I review the year before moving on - like making the good-bye rounds at a gathering of good friends and then crossing the threshold into a new experience. Hard to believe there was anything good about 2020? I know, I do not deny nor dismiss the ugly and painful, the grief and uncertainty, t
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It is truly amazing how much the little things matter; a smile, a kindness, a small step, or a bit of bravery. The other day, I was so excited that it was finally warm enough to eat outside that I actually squealed! I can’t tell you how many times I’ve intended to write my next newsletter and this blog post. I thought about writing, and then I put it off. I got hijacked by, “I should be writing,” all the while doing something else. Even if that something else was necessary!