‘JOMO’ is the joy of missing out.
‘JOMO’ is the joy of missing out, a feeling of contentment with one’s own pursuits and activities, without worrying over the possibility of missing out on what others may be doing.
Act first, think later
“Act first, think later — that way you have something to think about.” - Marcia Tucker, Founder of a Radical Art Museum
“Our vanity is the constant enemy of our dignity,”
It happens all the time. CHANGE.
Obstacles – are they a good thing or a bad thing? Depends . . .
Five Ways to Well-being: feeling good and functioning well.
Knit to calm nerves
The Pomodoro Technique
Mental Health Awareness Month – Caring for the Care Partner
Russian nesting dolls – Non-verbal communication
Russian nesting dolls – Non-verbal communication – “don’t fake it ‘til you make it, fake it ‘til you become it!
Maya Angelou tells us, “I am human, so nothing human can be foreign to me.”
April 18, 2022 - Maya Angelou tells us, “I am human, so nothing human can be foreign to me.” Glennon Doyle adds, “Ah, I’m not bad. I’m just human.” She points out, “Courage — it’s always got rage in it.”
Jennifer Bin is a photographer you ought to know.
Food for thought
A pebble in a shoe is not needed.
Being a care partner may feel like "a pesky pebble in your shoe that you have to cope with."
How can I hold all of this together?
There is nothing lonelier than the loneliness experienced when you are next to someone with whom you once did not feel lonely.
As Young As You Feel Day
As Young As You Feel Day, yes, there is a day for that.
What do you do when your chosen career must change?
“What matters is what we do with the life we have.” asked Carrie Ryan. Carrie Ryan was a lawyer who is now a New York Times bestselling author.