Where will you begin?
While vacationing at the beach at the end of July in Montauk, NY – familiarly known as “The End” for its location at the very tip of eastern Long Island – I could not help but think about the impending close of summer and feel nostalgic. The End. It seemed that simple.
Then I noticed my dog, who seemed to be as happy as always despite the fact that summer had only a few weeks left. While she doesn’t know anything about seasons, she certainly notices the weather change. And yet transitions don’t seem to shake her. She reminded me; transitions can be positive.
Our evolution into Fall – with cooler weather, turning leaves, chaotic schedules – could be a favorable one and signal new beginnings. Where to begin? I picked up the article I had intended to write three months ago and, with renewed inspiration, I am close to finishing it.
Where will you begin this Fall? Renew a relationship, restart a delayed project, dedicate time for exercise? Start that job search, ask for a promotion, sign on for a next level assignment?
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I look forward to changing this season with you,
This year my New Year’s resolution is to continue being true to myself and to continue being me – in as authentic a way as possible – and to move forward on the progress of being present that I have made this past year.
No matter our age, it seems commonplace for many of us to “take inventory” on our birthdays.
When I think about work-life integration and wellness, I consider whether we are satisfied and growing as we want to in our current positions.
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Miley Cyrus’ song, “Flowers,” seems to be her way of processing her single status following a public and painful divorce from Liam Hemsworth.
The sound of the ocean, the crash of the waves, the bright blue sky and picturesque cotton-ball clouds. I watched the kite soar higher and higher swaying to the right, then the left, in constant motion.