I’m posting at the Lift List Club today talking about change, goals and the way life can dump bucket loads of, well, life on us. The question is: do we get buried in disaster or swamped with opportunity? Continue reading “Buried in Disaster or Swamped with Opportunity?”
Jess Witkins is over at the Life List Club talking about summer fun…
It’s a holiday week, so that means it’s time to break away from the rules, bend the structure, and wear that naughty underwear no one knows you’re wearing but you! ;)I’ve been thinking about my to do list a lot lately. With Fast Draft over I couldn’t wait to have some peace and quiet for a few days, but now I feel like I’m moving too slow. I went from hyper drive surviving off of cheese and crackers and caffeine, and now I feel like my goals are moving slowly but summer is flying by!
You know how when summer begins, and you have all these great plans about trips to the beach, lazing away in a hammock, vacations to tropical places, cookouts full of junk food, and a margarita in each hand!
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What about you? Whats on your summer fun list?
Welcome to another Life List Club Milestone Party. This time around it’s a very special occasion because the Life List Club is one year old!
There’s a blowout bash going on at the LLC blog. We’re all fessing up to the goal that surprised us the most and rumor has it that there’s a prize involved for a lucky commenter. So head on over and join the fun. Also, be sure to check out the other Life List Club writers’ blogs (see sidebar for blogroll) for even more fun (and maybe a few more prizes). Continue reading “It’s all About the Milestone Party”
I’m hanging out at the Life List Club blog today. Come on by and join the conversation…
But is this really a bad thing?
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The Life List Club is turning 1! In honor, we’re having an extra-special Milestone Party June 29. You’re all invited to join in the fun and answer a question about your own life lists:
What goal on your Life List has held the most surprise or invoked the most unforeseen benefits/changes?
Sherry Isaac is over at the Life List Club talking about what happens when we miss our goals. Head on over and check it out!
1999. The year the artist formerly known as Prince asked that we party like.
That summer, chauffeur to soccer games, school dances and babysitting jobs, a familiar beat reverberated in this mother’s minivan. ‘Steal My Sunshine’, a one-hit wonder released by Toronto-based band, Len.
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Stay tuned. The Life List Club Milestone Party is coming up in two weeks! And it’s gonna be a whopper because the Life List Club is turning one year old.
Gary Gauthier is at the Life List Club today talking about creativity…
All you need for an excellent exercise that stimulates a young child’s imagination is a blank sheet of paper and a few crayons of different colors. A creative spirit and busy little hands will do the rest. It’s not so easy for us adults! While creativity can be as easy as child’s play, for an artist or a craftsman, creativity can mean painstaking work.
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*Throwback Thursday Post: Revisiting old posts so they don’t get lonely.*
We interrupt your regularly scheduled Friday Stumble to bring you this special program…
I’m over at the Life List Club today discussing something that plagues all of us in the blogosphere, spam. But what if it’s not so bad after all?
Ah, the spammers are in bloom again…isn’t it lovely *inhales*
In fact, they may have even been your very first comments. But, as time passed and the spam filter grew fat with bizarrely worded pseudo-comments, you probably began to resent them…especially when the spam far outweighed the legitimate comments.
But maybe we’re not giving spam its due.
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I’m over at the Life List Club blog talking about wasting time and whether (or not) it’s possible to waste time well. Come on over and join the conversation.
The gloriously perseverant Jess Witkins is at the Life List Club today, talking about Dr. Meg Jay’s work and asking if the choices we make in our 20s can define our entire lives. Head on over and join the discussion.
I’m posting at the Life List Blog today, talking about the lessons I’ve learned from my grandmother’s passing. Please drop by and say hello and tell us how you would finish the phrase “Life is too short to…”
Life Really is Too Short (Even When it’s Long)
Recently, my grandmother passed away. And, as is so often the case with the death of a family member, the regrets came along with the sadness. Why didn’t I write and visit anywhere near as often as I should have? Why didn’t I know her better? Why? Why? Why?
I realized that life is really too short not to make sure our friends and family know we love the. It’s too short to put off that visit, call, letter or email. It’s too short not to tell them we love them as much as we can.
Life is too short to create regrets.
It’s too short to put off our dreams. Whatever it is we wish for…
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In other news, I’ll be jumping into ROW80 Round 2 next week. It’s taken me a little while to get settled in this round but it’s gonna be great one.
Check out the April-May writing challenge. It’s all about first impressions and famous last words.
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