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It’s officially summer, though here in the South, it has been dripping hot for at least 6 weeks, probably more. The heat and particularly the humidity long ago fried my brain. 2,211 more words
Life is very fragmented; therefore, so are opportunities for happiness. What I mean is that there are moments when everything’s coming up roses, and we can easily be happy about all that’s going on in our lives. 2,088 more words
How do you view your work?
As a Job, Career or Calling?
Martin Seligman, former president of American Psychological Association (APA) and Robert A. Fox Professor of Leadership at the University of Pennsylvania) talked about the three ways of work orientation in his best selling book, … 144 more words
My youngest daughter, Josephine, had a birthday this past Friday the 13th.
At seven, she is dreamy, funny, contemplative and just delighted with herself. Typical of her age cohort, she tore apart her wrapping paper with a fiendish glee, strutted around in her brand new mermaid tail (though she has her doubts that mermaids actually exist, she still holds out hope that she can become one, say, as a career or lifestyle choice), and spent half the day talking to herself in the mirror as she is apt to do. 1,516 more words