You can turn any insignificant errand into a mindful thing. Today, for example, I had to go to the grocery store. Instead of sitting in a car, I took the time to write down my grocery list, dress appropriately for the cold winter day, and get my shopping trolley. Instead
I used to enjoy Sundays in San Francisco. I’d get up early, somewhere between the Fisherman’s Wharf and 4th down the Market Street. I’d grab a coffee from one of the early-opened Starbucks inhaling the morning breeze from the bay. San Francisco mornings around Market Street aren’
I've got some workers fixing up my place and I'm wondering — what am I really building? This is more than an office, more than an atelier, more than a reading nook and a getaway — I'm building a sanctuary. It even goes beyond that — I'm building a new home for myself.
As I'm pondering my situation, maybe I just need some extra space. Maybe it will help if I get to create my private space where I can work and enjoy distraction-less solitude. I'm imagining how simple life would be there. Getting up early without worrying to wake someone up. Write
I might have been celebrating too fast [https://www.mykaizenway.com/missing-honeymoon/]. As we've been close to taking some days off and travel for vacations, I got into a bad mood. I was nervous about how it's going to look like, and I realized it's going to be like that
I enjoy creating stuff. Mainly written content, something I can share and publish. I have this constant hunger for creation, and I keep wanting to do different, new stuff. Ghost is a wonderful platform for this. It offers an undisturbed space within my Chrome browser when I CMD-Shift-F the toolbar
We saved our marriage in the end, but it was a struggle. I fell in love the moment I saw her. We became friends, hung out a lot, and the day I dumped my ex, we got together. We fell in love, and then she got pregnant. We got married,