Beginning with the Ending Gets You Unstuck and Moving

“In my end is my beginning.” T.S. Eliot famously wrote that in his “Four Quartets.” It’s a line that I have always found very hopeful. And it can be especially helpful to call it to mind if you’re procrastinating about making a beginning of any sort. When Beginning is Hard Indeed, the most challenging step in…

Deepen into Strong Time for Heart-Based Peace and Calm

Strong Time is a powerful concept that has its roots in the early 20th century.  First described by the French sociologist Émile Durkheim, the core ideas about strong time were then expanded upon by the 

Unpacking Your Travel Lessons to Find Time

You probably have a list to help you pack for your trips, but what about when you’re unpacking? How do you organize that part of your trip?  Or do you even think about being organized at that point? My VA traveled to Ireland recently, and when we talked about it, I encouraged her to do her