Posts filed under: Happiness

Did you know that the Louvre originated as a fortress? The biggest art museum in the world, the guardian of the Mona Lisa and 400,000 other treasures, wasn’t designed to...
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During many recent conversations, the idea of what to remember has come up quite a lot. People are thinking about what they have been learning during this time of quarantine,...
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I first wrote about anchors back in February of 2019. My word of the year was grounded and I wanted to give extra time to considering what helped me feel...
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As I sit down to write this blog, I notice the 20+ tabs I have open on my computer. I don’t typically have this many tabs open and the scene...
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Our world has changed and while this sounds logical in nature, we find ourselves moving across a time when there’s no rulebook and no way to predict how it’s all...
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Keeping connected while social distancing can feel impossible. Schools and favorite places are closed. Daily life looks different and can feel uncertain and stressful. I find that many of us...
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It can feel like tug-o-war when something that is good for us also hurts us. Change one side only if you change what’s on the other.  As people most recently...
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I was asked most recently about Paratus and what brought me to starting this adventure. I shared that it’s easier to be ready when we see and experience ready, and...
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We all go through moments in our parenting, teaching, coaching, and/or caregiving, when it feels that our connection with others is less than ideal. Sometimes our brains and bodies are...
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As we move into a new year, I cannot help but think about the possible stop and go feelings we can all experience during transitions, including this post-holiday time. It...
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