Posts Tagged ‘Connection’
Adults step aside: Look to children for a lead
As adults, we wake each morning to the thought of another long and busy day. We may dread what lies ahead and hope we can get through it without major hiccups. This is in contrast..
Letter to my daughters – a basic toolkit for an enriching life
My Dear Daughters, At the tender ages of eight and 10, I expect you’ll roll your eyes and ignore my words of wisdom, gleaned as they are, from years of personal experience. I imagine you’re..
Part 1- Pre-pandemic, life was so simple
As each day in COVID-19 lockdown passes, it’s harder to remember what a day looked and felt like before the first stay-at-home orders, in early 2020. My memory of life is becoming increasingly vague as..
How writing has equipped me with my very own set of superpowers
Resilience is a good friend of the word, Connection. Together they work to encourage wellness. Resilience, much like Connection, is among those critical, meaningful and highly relevant words that have risen in status as we..
Connection — a powerful lesson from the pandemic
9.30 pm on a Wednesday. I’m exhausted from another relentless day of remote learning with my two young children. I could say I’m looking forward to the upcoming weekend, but that would be a lie...