Month: November 2011

One Country A Year

I’ll never forget reading Julie Morgenstern’s book, “Organizing from the Inside Out,” where she spoke about working with a client who was obsessed with books on different countries. He had floor-to-ceiling bookshelves filled with books on different countries and cultures and stacks of books that covered his desk, “shared” (obviously he wasn’t sharing very much!)… Read more »

They Don’t Call It A Good Cry For Nothing

“Tears are the water that loosen the soil of the weeds from our past.” – Lois Barth (me!) I’m always amazed at the power of a good cry. I’m equally amazed, even though I know it and have experienced it first hand, at what a good cry opens up in my life. This weekend was a… Read more »