Month: December 2014

  • what exercise looks like in december.

    A few days ago I started a new 5-week training program. (See my training journal for more details.) After I finish a program, my husband and I sit at the dining table and discuss my progress and my goals.  We talk about how the program felt, physically and mentally (which can be very different), and what I want to […]

  • 3: process is more important than outcome.

    A late post…I will keep this prompt going until Dec 22…I think it’s a good one and I have a few posts to say something about this one. 3. Process is more important than outcome. When the outcome drives the process we will only ever go to where we’ve already been. If process drives outcome we […]

  • handwriting – a love story.

    For 24 days in December, I write a note to each of my kids.  I write tiny handwritten notes. 120 of them.  (Actually, I write 115/120.  Ever-Patient does 5.) I write letters to them when they are away from home.  I write letters to them when I am away from home.  I write on our […]

  • 19: work the metaphor.

    19. Work the metaphor. Every object has the capacity to stand for something other than what is apparent. Work on what it stands for. – Bruce Mau, An Incomplete Manifesto for Growth (For a recap of what I am doing, read this post.) “A metaphor is not language, it is an idea expressed by language, […]