Tag: quit

  • This Post was Supposed to be about Letting Go

    This Post was Supposed to be about Letting Go

    Letting go sure ain’t easy. I’ve wanted to write about it for a while, but, frankly, haven’t quite been able to figure out how to do it. Recently, though, I thought I was getting close. It all came to a head when a buddy of mine finally got me to give rock climbing a try.…

  • How to Stop Sinking Yourself

    How to Stop Sinking Yourself

    I begin today’s post with a brief tale involving a friend of mine. His situation may sound pretty familiar to you. He decided to read a book. A very, very popular one. He eagerly began the first page, then got a bit further in and realized he wasn’t quiiiiiite loving it. By page 30 or…

  • The One Blog Post You Should Read Today

    The One Blog Post You Should Read Today

    I have a confession to make. I begin by admitting that last week I told a friend of mine she should get a new accountant. I told another friend she should read a certain book during her vacation. And I told another he should quit a board he’s sat on for years. Oh, and I…

  • The Incredibly Surprisingly Simple Way to Do the Thing You Can’t Get Yourself to Do

    The Incredibly Surprisingly Simple Way to Do the Thing You Can’t Get Yourself to Do

    So it was time to do the bills again this week. If you know anything about me – or you’ve read a few of my posts on the subject – you know that I hate doing bills. Really hate doing them. Maybe even more than you do. Why? Because doing bills isn’t just about paying…

  • A Sincere Letter from Me to You

    A Sincere Letter from Me to You

    Dear You: I hope you are doing well. No…scratch that. I hope you are doing wonderfully. In fact, I hope you are as happy as you can possibly be. Are you? My guess is you’re not. You might be somewhat happy, or you might be pretty happy some of the time…but as happy as you…

  • The Problem with Life’s Pop-Tarts

    The Problem with Life’s Pop-Tarts

    I’ve noticed a troubling personal trend lately. Here’s just one example. See if you can relate… I’m on social media and see a news headline, likely about whatever daily debate is going on. I read the article. Despite feeling my blood pressure rise a scooch, I click on links within the article to get more…

  • The Truth About Your Guts

    The Truth About Your Guts

    Guess what? I’m a quitter. Yep, Deirdre’s a quitter. A QUITTTT…TER! Why the proud proclamation? Because I am proud. And because lots of people wouldn’t be. Or think I shouldn’t be. Because lots of people believe that quitting says something terrible about us.  It means we can’t hack it. It means we’re weak. You’ve heard…