For three months now, I’ve meditated for twenty minutes every day. Personally this is a big deal, as I’ve struggled to maintain a regular meditation practice for decades. I’ve resolved countless times to meditate daily, and fallen off the mindfulness […]
Three ways to minimize embarrassment when meeting people you might have met before.
The people of the world could learn some good lessons in how to live their lives from the people of the tiny island of Anguilla.
On my daily vacation walk to Island Harbour, I hear singing. As I turn the corner onto Rose Hill Road, the sound swells. It’s 7:30 am, but the morning service at St. Andrew’s Anglican Church is in full swing and, as […]
Daddy’s First Son’s dogs made me do it. Every day of my annual visits to Anguilla, right after waking up, I’ve taken a 25-minute walk (red line below). I’ve written about the importance of my morning route. It’s a feast of the senses. Warm air […]
Recently I wrote about my joy in the simple moments of connection that take place during my morning walks in Anguilla. Why do moments like this bring us joy? Because, as social neuroscientist Matthew Lieberman explains, human beings are wired to be […]
I’m back in Anguilla. I’ve written before about my morning walk here. Out of bed, a little sleepy, I throw on swim-trunks, shirt, socks and shoes, perch my white Tilly on my head, and I’m off before the sun gets […]
Three years have flown by since, excited by my immediate purchase of the original iPad, I shared 13 great iPad, iPhone, and iPod touch apps for event planners. I am still a big fan of five of these apps (Simplenote, […]