Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures

Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures

January 2011 Archives

An Appointment With Mystery

Thomas Merton’s words are traveling with me, daily, all through 2011.  What a great and inspiring companion he is.  I share a page from my personal commonplace book here.  I ask you this – “If you had an appointment with […]

Clip It!!!

I had so much fun seeing how my friend, Kathleen, repurposed things in her home.  My husband and I have a few kind of “spendy” bag closures.  No more!  From now it’s clothespin all the way.  I picked these decorated […]

You’ve Got Mail

I pulled the box of mold-made Italian papers from my drawer.  I was writing a letter to a friend and I wanted to make it extra special.  It wasn’t her birthday.  It wasn’t a holiday.  I wasn’t celebrating anything in […]

Warp Speed

“Crazy busy,” is a frequently used phrase in the social media “status” bar.  It seems like nearly everyone is zipping and moving faster than ever before.  Rather than a letter taking days to arrive at our friend’s doorstep, there is […]

Previous Posts

Courage Doesn't Always Roar...sometimes it has to ask for help.

posted 2:36:53pm Oct. 29, 2014 | read full post »

Courage Doesn't Always Roar
Everyone comes to a time in their work or life when they would benefit from help.  This is my time. I am asking for your support and sharing of this significant Kickstarter Campaign.

posted 6:58:39pm Oct. 25, 2014 | read full post »

Your Vote Matters
IF YOU ARE TEMPTED to think casting a vote doesn't matter...think on this:  Marian Wright Edelman, founder of the Children's Defense Fund, was the first black woman admitted to the bar in Mississippi (1965).  She said in I DREAM A WORLD, " People would do their voter registration and they would be

posted 1:26:53pm Oct. 16, 2014 | read full post »

Do You Dread Your Monday?
Maybe this is the week you ask a little of your employer. Or a lot! Mondays come with a sense of dread for a lot of people. Numbers of people haul their hips to a job they hate, and do work that holds little meaning

posted 1:25:14pm Sep. 22, 2014 | read full post »

A LIFELONG Leadership Story
Taken from LEAN FORWARD INTO YOUR LIFE, Conari Press, 2007, Mary Anne Radmacher From early in my childhood I heard my father recount a story which typified his management and leadership style. The building in which he was a graveyard-shift foreman had sheet metal for a roof.  It was a good thing

posted 12:18:42pm Jul. 29, 2014 | read full post »


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