Are you feeling them – the first effects of spring? The tingles of excitement as the northern parts of the world explode with new growth? How are you dealing with this reality while in lockdown?
In these times of social distancing, we need connection and play more than ever. Clowns are the biggest bringers of hope! So, I’m hoping to see you tonight.
This episode details – in a slightly disorganized and convoluted way – how we dropped out of the rat race of life in a large city.
In doing so, we’ve made some sacrifices and, had some losses. In doing so however, our lives have become enriched by less pressure to perform and more connection with the people and activities we care about.
The good enough network exists for and has been created by people who are good enough. We are perfectly imperfect, certainly uncertain and exceptionally mediocre.
Are you tired of the rat race? Have you had enough with debit? Finished with heavy traffic? Do you need more time to figure out how to live? We were there. And we dropped out. The next few posts will detail our journey.
Frequently we expect our lives to be different than they are. We ‘should’ be further along in our careers. We ‘should’ get our financials in order. We ‘should’ take better care of our health. People ‘should’ treat us better. Reality check? ‘Shoulds’ are a fantasy. ‘Shoulds’ are not real.
How much patience do you have with yourself when you are trying to change your life?
Want to get more of what you want from life? Maybe you need to ask.
I used to be a wedding DJ. At my best, I did nothing but take requests. I learned sooooo much by simply listening to the crowds. I developed a feeling for what ‘worked’. When a crowd responded well, I learned how to keep that going. And if a song flopped? I could adjust on theContinue reading “A little help please”
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