The benefits of planning spontaneity

Planning spontaneity ? What sorcery is this? Yeah, it sounds crazy, but it’s a game changer. Recently, I wrote about a piece about the toxicity of busyness  and the idea that pretending (or perhaps having the delusion) that we don’t have time to unplug isn’t a badge of honor to be worn, rather, it’s a red flag! Plenty of research cites the mind and body … Continue reading The benefits of planning spontaneity

Stop Telling Me You’re Busy

When was the last time you said to someone, some variation of, “I’ve been so busy, I haven’t gotten around to it.” How often does that someone nod emphatically and respond, “Yeah, I’m SO (with a clear, over dramatization of the so) busy”! Ugh. I’m sliding down the back of my chair covering my face in embarrassment as I raise my hand. I’ve been a … Continue reading Stop Telling Me You’re Busy