How the Seasons Affect our Relationship with Home
Four years ago, I moved to Oklahoma. I had sold my home in Idaho a few months earlier and spent two months on the road touring the south, looking for my next place to live. Oklahoma was not even a remote possibility. That spring,… Continue Reading “A New Lease”
Change happens and it often comes with some discomfort.
The more honest we are with ourselves, the more honest we can be with others. Compassion and kindness starts here.
Enough. Things are not okay.
(Photo by Lucas Metz)
This year and moving forward, what are you doing to show our Mother that you love her?
Wendell Berry’s poetry is more salient this year than ever. In the midst of everything, participate in Spring. Practice resurrection.
Just because you’re got at a job doesn’t mean you’re meant to do that job forever. Living a purposeful life where your work is a calling requires taking chances and starting over.
Whether you’re a power cleaner, a compulsive cleaner, or a daily tidy-upper, cleaning house doesn’t have to be so complicated. But the best cleaning starts with two simple steps.
I discovered mold in my home last week, at first forcing me to let go of some things. But then I had a choice of what to keep and what to release. And choice is hard.
I spent most of my life not feeling comfortable with how I look. The currently popular #10YearChallenge is helping me appreciate my face and find a sense of home in it.
Epiphany is more than a light in the sky or a sudden bright idea. That’s just the beginning.