It takes a lot of courage and guts to walk away from something that isn’t right for you. Ready to start walking? Click here >>
There’s a game called, “Never Have I Ever,” which I played a few times growing up. I learned years after the fact that it’s “supposed” to be a “drinking” game. We played with glasses of water. The first person to go pee lost the game. Want to play? Click here >>
So many times I have found myself feeling dissatisfied with my life and circumstances, wondering how on the surface things could seem so good, but deep down feel so wrong. It sucks! Have you ever been there? How do you change yourself? >>
Everyone messes up. But they also spend a lot of time pretending that they don’t. (Fine-tuning, we call this—or editing—or practicing.) Click here if you’ve ever messed up and want solidarity with other people >>
“Trying to define yourself is like trying to bite your own teeth.” Hopefully defining a blog is a little easier, because that’s what I aim to do today and in the coming weeks. Curious? Read more >>
Life just isn’t all roses all the time. I think you know that. But sometimes the nasty, annoying, gross, and sad things that happen to us also offer a little comic relief. Brace yourself and read more >>
I knew my brother loved to hunt, but I didn’t realize how much, or how obvious his passion would be to the casual observer. As soon as I walked into his house, I was greeted by four large animals mounted on the walls—a caribou with quite the impressive rack, a big-horned sheep, and two bears (one being his wife’s). Read more about my recent trip to Alaska >>
Having furnishings and being homeless means having to store said furnishings during said homeless period, then having to move them again once new apartment is available.
No problem at all! The previous tenant of my new apartment was a friend of my previous roommate and graciously allowed me to store all my furnishings in his [my new] garage while he himself prepared to move out of his [my new] apartment.
The real problem was that he did not graciously allow me to sleep on his couch for 10 days. I would have to figure that one out on my own.
The letter was forgotten for many years. I wrote it when I was 22 years old, sealed it in a mottled gray envelope, and wrote on it, “to – Evelyn @ 30, from – Evelyn @ 22, October 8, 2007.”
Then I tucked it away in the pages of my scrapbook. Read More >>
What’s a mastermind?
It’s a group of people who get together on a regular basis to talk about their businesses or professional goals, get advice and encouragement from each other, share resources, celebrate wins, and keep each other accountable for what they said they would do. Read more about masterminds >>