I’ve been thinking about my One Word 365 for 2017 since September.
2016 was a whole china shop of tempests in teapots–ups and downs and upsidedowns, both globally and personally. 817 more words
7am, my body tells me “journal”
so I can release my thoughts
8am, my body tells me “yoga time”
so I can rid of physical tension and get through the day in mindfulness… 444 more words
If you read the Church Times you may have seen Angela Tilby’s column from the 9th December issue urging clergy to avoid family-olatry this Christmas. It would have caught my eye at any time but I was particularly struck by her words as I have lately been putting much thought into my understanding of marriage and ministry and how a couple balances these two demanding callings. 1,719 more words
Written by: Akansha Gupta
Workaholism is generally considered to be a socially acceptable addiction. Unlike sub- stance abuse and shopping, which take a toll on the body and the wallet, it’s hard to imagine working too hard and too long is an issue. 310 more words
On Monday, I left work early.
I would hope that for most people, that is a good sign. This is the evidence of work filled w/ accomplishments or which creates more freedom to leave than pressure to stay. 768 more words