If you wrote the story of your life, what title would you choose? I realize most people would never actually consider writing an autobiography, but it’s fun to toy with the idea–at least enough to consider potential titles. I’ve come up with nine possible titles that capture various facets of my life story.
Do you feel guilty watching TV unless you are doing some other activity as well? (Come on, admit it.) What kind of insanity has our society bought into, that we feel we must multitask even when we’re resting? Or maybe what we call rest isn’t really rest.
I have never been good at fitting molds. It’s not that I am a blatant non-conformist, or a protester against the establishment. But in my own quiet, not-trying-to-attract-attention kind of way, I have always fought against the forces of conformity.
People are often shocked when I say I am an introvert. Since I exhibit most of the typical introvert tendencies, their shock is something of a surprise to me. If people don’t think I am an introvert, what do they think an introvert looks like? Is an introvert …
Last week I wrote about pens that don’t write, and other items you don’t need in your house. This week I’m taking the opposite perspective: what you need to make your home a pleasant and welcoming haven. I’m sure there are many other possibilities, but here are my thoughts:
Do you like feeling small? Most people in our society would say no. Because it means the kinds of situations that make us feel misunderstood, unappreciated, stupid, ignored, or humiliated. Small means we’re not good enough, not important enough, without purpose, unable to make a difference. But small does not have to be a bad thing.