What I think more than anything else is that I feel more alive than I had felt before, and the surprise has been that “alive” is not always euphoria. Sometimes “alive” is a thin razor’s edge away from the cold, bracing wind of fear.
This post was written in December 2009. It documents my transition from part-time to full-time coaching. I noticed this thing that happened over the weekend, on Saturday. Basically, as Saturday afternoon wound into Saturday evening, I started to mentally run through what was coming up next. The thought process was something like, “Okay, so let’s […]
This was written in December 2009, and documents my transition from part-time to full-time coaching. Okay, funny title, right? But here’s what I mean–self-care is not a to-do list of stuff, achieved or looked at in a factory assembly line fashion (i.e., bun, condiments, burger, lettuce, tomato, onion, bun, voila! self-care has been achieved!). Some […]