I think there’s a huge problem in our culture. The problem is disconnect. We have so many sources to stay connected to the world around us. Yet, the more we use technology to stay connected with others, the more disconnected we become with the things happening right in front of us. When I bought my … Read More about Does Technology Help us Connect or Make us Disconnect?
I’m honored to have guest-posted at Mimi’s House about Working through Fear. Here’s a snippet: I’m just going to come right out and admit it: I’m a scaredy cat. My husband jokes that I won’t take any risk unless the worst possible outcome is a two or less on a scale of one to ten. … Read More about Working through Fear
If you missed part one of this series, go here to read it. Last week, when I talked about how to simplify photo taking, I confessed that I used to spend a lot of time taking, editing, uploading, and printing photos. I also mentioned that I’ve since learned to cut back. Everybody’s best system is … Read More about Time-Saving Tip: Photo Simplification, Part Two
Last week I mentioned that I view my energy as a rechargeable battery. (Read that post here.) If you’re often low on energy, I also recommend reading this five-part series about 15 Ways to Have More Energy by Crystal Paine of Money Saving Mom. From drinking water and making sleep a priority, to wrapping our … Read More about Finding Energy
I’ve recently learned to view my energy as a rechargeable battery. Some things drain my battery, and other things recharge it. Getting enough sleep recharges my energy battery. Reading and writing recharge. Going to large gatherings where I don’t know very many people drains it. (Can you tell that I’m a bit of an introvert?) … Read More about Recharge