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Latest Posts from the Blog
World Change Wednesdays: Fill In the Blank
I'm trying something a little different this week. I want to inspire you to perhaps think a little bit bigger or a little bit brighter.
I give you permission to read on and take some time to meditate, journal, think, whatever it is you'd love to do in response to this prompt. Maybe grab a nice cup of coffee with a window seat and give yourself some space and continue reading.
World Change Wednesdays: Transforming the Dreaded To-Do List
I seem to live in a cycle of going from feeling like I control my to-do list to feeling like my to-do list controls me. Every few months, I feel completely overwhelmed and become like this cat... just wanting to take a nap already! I never, ever can accomplish everything on my list. Yes, I can prioritize, cut, delegate, etc. but there has to be a better way to accomplish goals than using a to-do list.
So I gave up. I stopped keeping a to-do list. I transformed my to-do list into something inspiring... Keep reading to see what I'm doing now.
World Change Wednesdays: 5 Things I Learned About Social Change from 10 Years of Marriage
On July 1, Brandon and I celebrate being married for 10 years. It both feels like yesterday and forever ago. Time is weird like that.
As you might expect, we're being a little reflective over the past 10 years - both the 5 B.O. (before Overflow) and the 5 since Overflow opened. One constant through all 10 years and even before is my activist nature. Since I was a kid, I've been trying to make the world a better place in whatever ways I can. So, when I reflect over the past 10 years, my mind automatically leans toward what I've learned about social change.
Here are 5 things I've learned about social change from being married. I hope they inspire you in your activism, in your marriage, or both!