Month: July 2020

How to Have the Life You Want

Do you have the life you want? It’s been said that the life we have is the one we think we deserve, not necessarily the life we say we want. This concept is not about blaming ourselves for not achieving goals or in any way to indicate we are...

Why Time Management Falls Short

Do you still have trouble fitting everything into your day? That’s seldom a problem for me anymore. I’m writing this to share with you why that is. The term “time management” morphed from the work of Frederick Winslow Taylor. He published “The Principles of Scientific Management” in 1911. Those...

Are We There Yet?

Do you find the “finish line” illusive these days? There’s so much going on in numerous areas for us. It brings to mind the old analogy of being a one-armed wallpaper hanger or clown with far too many plates spinning. Enough! Take a deep breath – hopefully, you’re used...

Find the Fear, Find the Freedom

Recognizing there’s a problem is the first step to realizing there doesn’t need to be one. Stop. Re-read that. Sure, we can recognize a problem exists, but we don’t have to believe it needs to continue or must be necessary in the first place. There are a lot of...

Did You Forget … or Remember?

I seem to have an ongoing theme in my “Snippets” (mini-blogs) about aging issues. WHY this is occurring is a mystery to me, but here’s another one. “I came in here for a reason, but I have no idea what it was.” “I KNEW I’d forget where I put...

Oh Crap. Not again!

Doesn’t it royally piss you off sometimes when you keep making the same mistake over and over again? I don’t mean doing the same thing over and over again and expecting a different result. I mean repeatedly experiencing something you thought you already worked through! Ah … to be...

All About Karen

“Karen,” if you are not already aware, is a term which has recently taken on this meaning: Karen is a pejorative slang term for an obnoxious, angry, entitled, and often racist middle-aged white woman who uses her privilege to get her way or police other people’s behaviors. As featured in memes, Karen is generally...