While I wasn’t quite prepared to talk about Cultivated Living then, the workshop was the push I needed to start talking about it. There’s plenty more that I learned from reading Escape from Cubicle Nation and attending the workshop, but this has made a huge difference.
Archives for October 2009
This weekend is one of the craziest weekends in Dallas every year. It’s the last weekend of the Texas State Fair and TX-OU weekend – when the fans of the Texas Longhorns and the Oklahoma Sooners descend on Dallas for the Red River Shootout!
“[W]e can’t change the world ‘out there.’ And fortunately we don’t have to; we can begin much closer to home. We can begin ‘in here.’ In fact, if we’re to succeed, we must. Because the chaos isn’t ‘out there’ in everyone else. It’s not ‘out there’ in the world. The chaos is ‘in here’ in you and me.”
The intent of this post is to get you to do something… To create your own compass. Sometimes even very intelligent people confuse knowing how to do something, or reading about something, with actually doing it. I count myself in the ranks of this group from time to time…
Here are my 15 tips for adding a little beauty to your life inexpensively. Enjoy!
Finding Flow is the kind of non-fiction I love to read – informative and ACTIONABLE! It’s easy to make real changes in your life based on the overarching idea of increasing the number of flow experiences by increasing the amount of active v. passive leisure activities you pursue