Perfectionism can lead to procrastination; how do we get started?
Moderation is considered a cornerstone to healthy living, but I just discovered one time when it's definitely not.
I'm not one for rushing. I prefer to take things slowly. But I'm also aware I have only so much time and energy and that can't hope to do everything. Today's quote speaks to me, not only because it's about being kind, but because it recognizes we only have so much time in which to... Continue Reading →
One of the reasons why Shakespeare's plays are still with us and still relevant is because even the simplest lines relate to common human experiences. Take for example, something Hamlet says to his friend Horatio, who gapes in wonder at the ghost of Hamlet's father. There are more things in heaven and earth, Horatio, Than... Continue Reading →