One puzzle of being a regular blogger is considering what the collection of essays adds up to over time. I’ve written before about why I write, my writing habits and how important it is to me to show up to the process. I’ve written consistently 3-4 times a month for nearly seven years, with a few breaks here and there. As it stands now, this site has nearly 500 different essays, posts, and drawings.
The problem is that this can become unwieldy to organize and categorize and it becomes in need of blog organization.
I decided to go through and re-categorize the essays anew, based on my understanding of the questions I was exploring, and the way that my mind has meandered over the years. Here’s a new map to my website, and it is, as always, a work in progress (click each link to see the essays in the category):
What makes a life worth living? What will you do with your one “wild and precious life”? How will you design the arc of your time here on the planet? Let’s ask big questions.
Oh, the glamour of startup life. What makes businesses work, and entrepreneurs thrive? What are some of the less-known stories about making it as a business owner?
How do you craft a conscious community that you want to be a part of? How do you connect with great people, join a mastermind group, and build a brain trust to elevate your work further? Join me in studying how to connect deeply with others, build trust, make friends (as adults!) and find peers who resonate deeply with you. Read the series.
In the new world of work, you have to take responsibility for designing the arc of your own body of work. What will your career look like? What projects will you be a part of? In crafting your career, what’s most important to you about what you do?
Making decisions is hard. But not making them is even harder. When you learn how to make decisions quickly, effectively, and in the face of uncertain information, you stay fast. The secret to getting ahead is getting started: the secret to getting started lies in the art of decision making.
In my time as a college swimmer, yoga teacher, and longtime athlete, I look at both physical and mental health as critical to our overall well being. These stories come from athleticism, sport, triumph, food, energy, and spirituality perspectives.
Why do we do the things we do? This series of essays looks at human behavior, habits, psychology, and the weird ways that people act, behave, and think.
When we consciously choose to live with less, designing our lives around simplicity, minimalism, and intention, we learn, paradoxically, that less is more.
Living a life of mindfulness involves a gentle inquiry into gratitude, simplicity, meditation, awareness, and using your curiosity and wonder to guide you.
The journey through pregnancy, postpartum, motherhood, and becoming a parent: what it’s like to start a family and raise kids.
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