Bulldozers and Blinks – Navigating Change

Bulldozers and Blinks – Navigating Change

It’s lovely now. Though, for weeks, I navigated a gauntlet of large machinery every time I left my home – enduring clamorous noise at times necessitating zooming from a tiny remote closet, all while feeling more sensitive than usual due to my mother’s passing. I...
No Phone – Brought Me Home!

No Phone – Brought Me Home!

Fifteen days without my phone, most of it in foreign countries, was eye-opening. Literally. Conflict doesn’t always happen with another person; it often happens with events or things. Realizing my phone was gone, and after I secured and shut it down, I admit I cried a...
The  Conflict of Choice

The Conflict of Choice

How often do you experience a conflict of choice? As a business owner, even with clarity of purpose and budget constraints, the conflict of choosing still exists. This or That? In my life, it goes beyond business decisions; even 30 years ago, there weren’t so...
Not Knowing and the Fear that Ensues

Not Knowing and the Fear that Ensues

Early Saturday morning, a sound radiating from the wall abruptly broke my slumber. Confused, my heart seemed to stop for a moment. The sound was unfamiliar. It was something alive but had to be bigger than a mouse. I imagined something bigger, like a squirrel, as...
Five conflict desires and habits

Five conflict desires and habits

We humans are fascinating creatures. I love to study the way people interact, myself included. It’s pleasant when everything goes seamlessly, but when tension and conflict come up, it becomes intriguing. The entertainment industry knows this well! The potential...