Community – Engage Blog

Community – Engage Blog

Having stated my intention to be curious rather than judgemental, I find myself in a dilemma about what I am sensing and observing. I am concluding that in our western culture, at least the rendition of it that is my world, Darwin’s theory of “survival of the fittest”...
Be Curious – Engage Blog

Be Curious – Engage Blog

The other night at the dinner table the conversation pivoted from benign sharing to a discussion about judgment. I thought she’d put on a few pounds, uttered in the isolation bubble of our festive table, about an actress, triggered a dive into body shaming and sexism....
Finding My Own Way – Engage Blog

Finding My Own Way – Engage Blog

Decorating for the Christmas season has been a different experience for me this year. Slower, simpler and later. Much closer to the holidays than is usual for me. The urgency to fill the house with red and gold, to light every flat surface and shred of greenery with...
Bodily Truths – Engage Blog

Bodily Truths – Engage Blog

I am not retired. I am a sole practitioner in my coaching business, therefore the CEO, CFO and service provider. I also control my calendar so I can ensure time for my writing, volunteering, adventures in nature, and other pastimes that I deem critical to living...
Forgiveness – Engage Blog

Forgiveness – Engage Blog

One of the many gifts of being a writer is that I can ponder out loud, without anyone hearing. I can utter deep reflections, secret vulnerabilities and unspoken notions through my fingertips as they dance across the keyboard. I have the option of deleting, editing or...
Pandemic Reverberations – Blog Oct. 20/21

Pandemic Reverberations – Blog Oct. 20/21

I am known to write with palpable bias about the perils of social media and extended screen time. About the brainwashing perfectionism and bragging in the narcissistic posts. About the pros and cons of virtual meetings and remote work. Now it’s time to examine the...