You’re Invited to a Party! My Short Story Published in Chicken Soup
Creativity / Doing what you love / Playing in the Mud / Writing

You’re Invited to a Party! My Short Story Published in Chicken Soup

Hello, My Faithful Followers! My short story called “The Desk” is being debuted in the new Chicken Soup for the Soul: Angels and Miracles book, AVAILABLE TOMORROW, November 1, 2016, at a book store near you! (Or online, of course! Here–> at AMAZON) I’m beyond excited about being part of the Chicken Soup for the … Continue reading

Show. Don’t Tell. Let the Story Board Lead the Way.
Acceptance / Being present / Career Change / Change / Moving On / Self-Help / Sorting it Out / Staying Positive / Transition

Show. Don’t Tell. Let the Story Board Lead the Way.

To truly know where your head is at, let the board lead the way. If you ask a Ouija Board, “Where is my head at?” you may get an answer you have not bargained for. Why not instead try a Vision Board? It still allows you to let your fingers do some walking but the … Continue reading

SERENDIPITY SERIES: Opportunity and I Need to Catch Up
Career Change / Challenge / Change / Job Search / Satisfaction / Serendipity / SERENDIPITY SERIES / Transition

SERENDIPITY SERIES: Opportunity and I Need to Catch Up

It’s been a year now in California and although I’ve explored many an avenue in search of my next new career, I’ve come up dry. With all the freedom in the world, I’ve been trying to zero in on how I’ll spend the next 20 of my work years. What I’d like to do vs. … Continue reading

The New Mayor of Chalk Town Might Be a Nine-Year Old
Creativity / Flashbacks / Imagination / Opinion / Satisfaction

The New Mayor of Chalk Town Might Be a Nine-Year Old

The big story in the local news this week is about a nine-year old boy in East Los Angeles, California, who, equipped with an enterprising spirit and a strong work ethic, had endeavored to create an arcade out of cardboard boxes and strapping tape. He built it last summer and named it after himself: Caine‚Äôs … Continue reading