I am a recovering perfectionist. While some perfectionists feel pushed toward their goals, my inner critic kept me paralyzed in the land of ‘someday’. Someday, I will achieve mastery and be able to deliver a flawless performance. I embraced the saying, ‘practice makes perfect’, and was frozen in endless learning and rehearsal. After years of working with people I realized that I am not the only member of this club. Continue reading
Archives for March 2013
The Exhausting Pursuit of Perfection
How to Make Family Mealtime a Reality
Is family mealtime a burden or a blessing in your home? Most families today, pressed for time, struggle to make family mealtime a priority, and some, have simply given up.
The Cost of Incivility
The cry for civility is sweeping our land—due in part to acts of incivility played out hourly on television, in sports, online, and in our government. These uncivil acts spread like wildfire through social media, repeated again and again until they are seared into our memory. Even when apologies have been delivered and accepted, the tarnished reputation of the offender may never fully recover. Continue reading