Tag Archive: Communication

Ch-ch-ch-changes!

Light has returned to this side of the world. The sun lingers on the horizon a little longer each evening and soon nights will be bright, and warmth will start to fill the… Continue reading

It could be about a job

Reset; to clear any pending errors or events and bring a system to normal condition or initial state I’ve been in reset mode so many times for the last two years; it feels… Continue reading

Bad energy bug

This morning I woke up with a sore throat. Although I had promised to run some errands for my grandmother, with a quick glance outside my window – minus twelve degrees and heavy… Continue reading

It’s how you make them feel

They may forget what you said, but they will never forget how you made them feel Carl W. Buechner

What is it you DO, exactly?

I went out with a friend last night for a couple of drinks. He was home for the weekend visiting and wanted to catch up, because “he just couldn’t figure out what it… Continue reading

Why education is OLD

This is an absolutely phenomenal illustration on why the present education system is inadequate and out-dated. Load and watch in one go. It is rather quick paced. How can we learn from our… Continue reading

With a little help from my friends

Lately I have come across situations that have had me thinking about: Help. A friend of mine, who I regard as one of the most self-sufficient, well-organized and solution-orientated people I know, and… Continue reading

Decisions

Decision making can be regarded as the mental processes (cognitive process) resulting in the selection of a course of action among several alternatives. Every decision making process produces a final choice.[1] The output… Continue reading

What if I get to choose?

A friend tells me my hopes are too high. Not that I should “settle” or anything…but that, well, maybe my future husband won’t both be a great cook and musician. We laugh of… Continue reading

Mamma Mia – what a beautiful trip!

Mom and I chose to stay in Monterosso, the biggest of the five villages, because mom wanted to stay close to the beach. And actually, I didn’t mind either. Monterosso’s old town was… Continue reading