– by Rhonda Fleming
Today’s blog post is about the word “settle.”
It’s a simple word with multiple meanings.
But I just want to briefly look at three of those meanings . . . and see if any of them remind you (more…)
– by Sara Lewis
The snow had fallen to mid-calf level, unusual for the Delmarva’s Eastern Shore. It was a frosty night to tuck in, giving in to the barricade of unplowed streets. I was newly divorced and had moved into town to a small gray rancher on a quiet street near the community college where I taught. I was feeling so (more…)
It’s an adorable conversation to have with a 6-year old. They dream of being astronauts, doctors, princesses and pilots….
When you ask a 16-year old “What do you want to be when you’re grow up?” you’ll often get a shrug accompanied by a mumbled “Dunno”.
When you ask a 26-year old, they are (more…)
I knew I was frustrated.
Two things gave it away. First, I was clenching my teeth. Second, I was procrastinating. The worst part was I couldn’t seem to do anything about it. Essentially, I was on vacation and I was miserable.
Some things we do so often, or at least often enough, that we can (more…)
How can “hope” keep someone focused on the next day?
This a question that I think about when I hear or read that someone has taken their own life. Families are left trying to understand what happened, what they could have done. They wonder if it was their fault and have many other unanswered questions—questions that will never be answered.
When I was writing Leadership Lessons from the HART, I would find myself reflecting on lessons I learned about hope. Like most people, I (more…)