Normally I crank this out before Christmas, but time got away from me. And now that we’re on family holiday, space has opened up and it seemed like a good time to look back before I spend time looking forward.
I’ve been doing the One Word challenge for the last 4 years, and my word for 2015 was BUILD.
Within that, I had two main goals:
- Finish my Life Coaching study
- Write a blog post everyday
I’m proud to say I completed about 90% of both of these. Continue reading 2015 Upon Review: The Year I Planted Many Seeds and Built the Foundations
The deadline for my new project is looming and I need to give it some focused attention. Continue reading Taking a Break
“If we are facing in the right direction, all we have to do is keep on walking.”
Sometimes the hardest part is to keep walking, putting one foot in front of the other. And it’s hardest when we know that we are going the right way, headed in the right direction, but the road seems long, when it seems hard. Continue reading Keep on Walking
Our four-year old loves adventuring around the world. Not actual adventures, but imaginary ones. She holds your hand and takes you over to the world map, excited that you’re making the trip with her.
We’re not going there, there, there, there, there or there she says, removing Africa, Asia, North America, South America and Australia from the itinerary. Continue reading Remembering Paris With Childlike Wonder