Monthly Archives: February 2018

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Embrace Boundaries

  We talk a lot about people having work-life balance. It’s always positioned as a good thing, something to strive towards so you can “have it all.” But we never step back and ask ourselves, “What exactly is work-life balance, and is it really working for me?” Last week, I introduced the topic of a sandbox. In his article, Chip… Read more →

6 Things I Learned From My Mom (they probably aren’t what you are thinking)

  After 17 years battling Parkinson’s, my mom passed away quietly on January 31. In his wonderful book, The Art of Living, Thich Nhat Hanh presents a concept called Interbeing.  Interbeing is the thought that we are all a continuation of the world especially our parents.  My mother is with me every day, as I wake up and as I go about my… Read more →