I was panicking because 180s are tumultuous. There are ebbs and flows of everything, especially cash flow. Most recently I had chosen a stream of creativity-inducing experiences that hit hard on my wallet and at the same time, I let myself turn down several consulting projects in order to fully let go into these experiences. My gut knew I needed to make those choices, but there was one thing I hadn’t done that would’ve put out my panic before it had a chance to creep in.Read More
Want to 180 that nasty cold without the drugs that make you groggy? Read on to see how I did it.
Tuesday night, about three hours into my sleep, I woke up with migraine, stuffiness and tightness in my chest. It was a cold that wanted to King all other colds. The Bubonic Plague of colds, the just-got-kicked-in-the-face then the head then the chest of colds. The pain unbearable that first night, I even strapped an icepack to my head using athletic tape.Read More
As I play out my own adventures in going 180, I invite you to step into your own. I've come up with 100 challenges to try, from massive globe-trotting adventures to the adjustments you could make daily. 180 doesn’t happen all at once. It’s a progression as you move with grace toward your highest creative potential and truest expression of self.Read More
I have been overwhelmed for a decade. Like many undercurrents in nature, charted and understood by meteorologists, my overwhelm is known to me and therefore I’ve been able to scheme up ways to bury this overwhelm below my surface. In some ways, it’s fueled me to keep going, flowing in unison with my surface current, moving forward. At other times, my undercurrent of overwhelm is more like an undertow: without proper technique, breaking away is nearly impossible.Read More