The times I’ve felt really lost have been in-between times. In-between relationships, in-between projects, even in-between emergencies. In-between identities. What do I want? A chemistry equation would be easier to solve. In week 1, we talked about how failing to choose enjoyment can lead to resentment. Last week, we talked about dealing with option overload.
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Several years ago, the company where I worked went through a major upheaval. For months, teams with similar job descriptions raced one another to see who was more efficient. In the end, one location was closed and another became a ghost town as 1/3 of the employees were given severance packages. Every meeting was populated
Houses are people, too. That’s the way it feels, anyway. In fact, they’re stacks of boards and bricks held together by drywall nicked that time you leaned back too far in the chair. Closets lined in lint, linoleum layers pad the kitchen floor. This house feels like so much more. The patio calls me every
Do you experience frequent burning in your ears? That’s because I talk to God about you every day. I ask Him to touch those who read my book and blog, and those who watch my daily 1 Minute Wiser videos. I pray: May they truly see You as You open Your heart through Proverbs and through the life and words
I took a personality test once and laughed as I shared the results with my coworker, Stacey. “Most of the results were exactly right, but can you believe they called me competitive? Cray-cray.” “I can see that,” Stacey said. I was stunned. Maybe she thought I said, “Collaborative.” Nope. No static on our line—she
Wisdom – Better than Wishing is nearly done at the publisher. While we wait, I’ve begun planning the second book in the 1 Month Wiser devotional series. You can help. Nominate a hospice worker who inspires you, and who might participate in an interview. I would like to discuss what inspired them to work in hospice, how
For years, I devoted my energy to writing songs. I love music and hope to never stop, but I wanted more. I wanted to speak as well as sing, and two years ago I introduced myself to a woman who had spoken at a conference and said, “I’d like to be where you are in