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,
I hope you have had time this holiday season to recharge, renew and refresh – and get ready for a productive, enthusiastic, and joyful 2023.
During the holiday season, we spend hours with family, friends, colleagues, and even strangers, celebrating all the good things that December brings. It is a good time to think about improving our relationships through the ways we communicate to those in our lives.
A bucket list is comprised of the experiences one wants to have during their lifetime. It seems that many people hold on to their lists until they are older and have “more time.”
I recently went to a concert of one of my favorite musicians: Keith Urban. At age 54, with more than 30 years in the music industry, he rocked a sold-out 25,000-person outdoor venue for 2+ hours on a Sunday evening in 90-degree heat. What an inspiration!
We shouldn’t have to pretend that everything is okay when it isn’t.
On a recent road trip, I stopped in Charlotte, North Carolina and discovered the city loves public art. It boasts over 60 murals, one of which caught my eye and my heart – the Confetti Hearts Wall Mural by artist Evelyn Hanson in the South End neighborhood.