Friend-ly ride

So I rode the subway with David Schwimmer today. What a hoot. I’m looking at this guy talking to his friend and I’m thinking, “Could that possibly be him?” I tried not to stare, but just get close enough to hear him talk. When I did, I knew it...

About connecting

Sometimes there is a disconnect.It rattles me.Makes me ponder things, go within. Then as if by design there is a connection from a whole different source.I am relieved.All feels right. I value connection.Sometimes maybe too much. Connecting with self sets the tone for...

Research respite

Let’s call this Really Cool Research Day. Oh man. So much work needed to be done on my book with regard to details and broad overview. I have spent a delightful afternoon writing and researching plot, character and other neat intricacies. I am immersed. My ideas...

Goal-free?

There is a very provocative article in the November issue of O magazine, at least provocative from a life coaching standpoint. It’s titled, “Are Your Goals Holding You Back?” and it’s about a book coming out in December called Goal-Free Living....

A lesson learned

In The Artist’s Way, Julia Cameron talks about how the 9-to-5 job can either, a.) shackle someone from creating or, b.) liberate someone so she can create. I’m in a phase where I realize the latter is true for me. Giving little thought to how the bills...