Racism, death, money, faith: if it’s a difficult topic, we’ve probably written about it. Along the way, we’ve learn some valuable lessons on vulnerability, self-awareness, and accepting that criticism is usually not about us.
Hi friends! Just stopping by to let you know I’ve added a new feature to this site. I’m calling it the “What-to-Read Shop.” Basically, it’s a place for writers and book lovers with curated reading lists of top 10 books around particular topics my audiences tend to enjoy. These are books I find myself recommending… Read more
Photo credit: My dad | Bob Lyon Photography Happy book launch day to the gratitude journal I helped create with Ancient Faith Publishing! Enjoy these lines from the Introduction of this beautiful journal… Dear fellow travelers, One evening a handful of years ago, deep in the throes of a spiritual desert, I found a notebook… Read more
It happens to me all the time. I read an amazing book, one that fills me with all these rich experiences and thoughts that I want to tell the world about it. But when I head over to Amazon or Goodreads to write a review, I’m like a deer in headlights. My mind goes blank,… Read more
Happy Valentine’s Day! This week’s edition of #FastTipsFridays is about combatting loneliness as individuals and in our communities. Loneliness and social isolation have reached epidemic proportions! How do you build connection and relationship into your social fabric?
Nimble is my word of the year (more here)! These are some of the aspects of nimbleness I’ve been reflecting on and trying to put into practice… Change plans without changing priorities. Be flexible about the route you take toward achieving goals without sabotaging the intended destination. Be responsive (rather than avoidant or impulsive) to… Read more