The Subtle Art of Doing What Matters

Something odd happens when we are in crisis. Enshrouded in fear, worry, and self-doubt, we quickly lose sight of what matters, and often act accordingly. We may get hooked in a never-ending chase for our immediate needs and wants, foregoing our deeper goals and...

Finding Joy In Boring Chores

I drove my son on a 25 minute ride to his Dojo for his karate class tonight. I waited and watched him practice for his qualifying exams for his black belt. For 90 minutes. Admittedly, I also took some notes that eventually became the article you are currently reading....
Is Your Spouse This Selfish?

Is Your Spouse This Selfish?

Suppose it’s your lucky day, and you win $240. But it’s not just your money, because you are meant to share the prize with your spouse. Fortunately, they do not know about the money, nor that you won in the first place, and you can share it in whichever way you...
Why Some Parents Deal Better With Corona

Why Some Parents Deal Better With Corona

Becoming a parent divides your life into a before and after: The period where you were responsible for just your own health and happiness, and afterwards, where life ceases to be about you, and somebody else is seated in the center of your universe. Being a parent can...
The Secret To Overcoming Life’s Challenges

The Secret To Overcoming Life’s Challenges

  Think of a profoundly difficult issue you are facing. Something that has to do with your inner life, about how you think and feel, or something you want to avoid. It could be the sadness of a loss; anger from a betrayal; anxiety from a challenging situation; or...