Space

What are you doing today? Wake up. Eat. Brush your teeth. Get the kids ready. Work out. Shower. Get dressed. Go to work. Take the kids to school. Try the new Snapchat filter. Work. Meetings. Phone calls. Emails. Lunch. Haircut. Grocery shopping. Where’s your                                        space? Buy a birthday gift. Call you mom. Pay some bills. Check…

Embracing the Void: Allowing Quiet

My wife and I went to a play last weekend. At intermission I was leaning over the balcony looking at the crowd below. Like lights on a Christmas tree cell phones lit up the room. Couples in tandem checking the latest updates on social media. Others, like myself, feel the temptation when left alone to…

Prioritization: One Thing

I’m reading Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown. It’s a phenomenal read advocating a disciplined approach to creating space in order to be at one’s best, foster creativity and develop meaningful relationships. McKeown suggests that we need to develop the skill of saying no in order to create room in our environments…