Tag Archives: happiness

What Age 30 Deadline?

What, you’re almost 30 and not married?  No kids, house or full time job? We are no longer alone. What used to be the natural progression in life (college, job, marriage, baby) is becoming, it appears, a thing of the past. And the Generation Y-ers (those born from 1980-1995) don’t seem to be worried about […]

Make the World Happy

It’s hard to accept how small you and your life are.  It’s a strange feeling to look at the world and realize how much bigger it is than anything you can even begin to conceive.  There are millions of hierarchies, tons of groups and cliques, and over seven billion people in the world. 7,000,000,000 people.  […]

Can We Do Everything if We Want to?

Barbara Sher, author of I Could Do Anything… writes, “Scanners want to taste everything.  They love to learn about the structure of a flower, and they love to learn about the theory of music.  And the adventures of travel.  And the tangle of politics.  To scanners, the universe is a treasure house full of a […]

More or Less: The Difference a Year Makes

I woke up on December 1st and it was just another day.  Ya, cool, it’s December, “didn’t November just fly by?” yada, yada, yada.  But last year.  Wow.  December 1st was something I very much looked forward to.  December 1st meant I could say, “I’m going home this month!!”  The sentiment of a normal December […]

Summeritis

Senioritis really kicks in for everyone.  Let’s be honest.  Teachers, fourth graders, administrators, they all are touched by it.  It’s really more like summeritis.  Today is my last full day of class and I couldn’t be more excited.  Actually, I was probably more excited for summer about two weeks ago when my seniors started getting […]