Monthly Archives: December 2013

9 #Books I Really Enjoyed in 2013

Last year’s reading recap was largely a complaint that I didn’t find many books to recommend with enthusiasm. I’m happy to report and share about the books I read and enjoyed in 2013–definitely a good reading year for me! I … Continue reading

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The Year of the #BostonStrong Bounce Back

We were enjoying a rare couples weekend away, online to peruse our dinner options in Saratoga, when we started seeing social media references to the horrible Boston Marathon bombing. We were quickly able to determine that our son had gone … Continue reading

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Twitter Tip of the Day: Engage with the Engagers

Want to get more engagement on Twitter? Make sure you’re connecting with those that already engage with your tweets. It’s easy to get caught up thinking about how to get noticed by some influential user we’d like to have share … Continue reading

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Adding a Second Mini-Habit

I’m ten days into my new mini-habit of writing at least 50 words per day.  Happy to report that I’ve easily hit this goal, and enjoyed the process. As anticipated by Stephen’s post on Tiny Buddha, this very easy to reach … Continue reading

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10 Books That Have Influenced Me

My wheels have been turning all week since I read Peter Levine’s list of ten books that influenced him. I like the exercise of putting together such lists to help consider things that have been meaningful to us. It was … Continue reading

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My New Simple Mini-Habit: 50 Words Per Day

50 words a day. I can do that! I was struck by the beautiful simplicity of Stephen’s concept on Tiny Buddha of establishing mini-habits as a way to foster change and improvement. In general, I tend to be on the … Continue reading

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10 Ideas For Finding Your Own Walden in a Digital Age

Thoreau famously retreated to Walden Pond to spend a two years living deliberately, “to front only the essential facts of life”.  The popular image seems to be one of a reclusive Thoreau, far removed from any signs of civilization. Yet … Continue reading

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