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Re-learning how to work, how to focus, and how to monotask. Two computer monitors and a sunny desk with a fan, coffee, and a glass of water. Books are visible in the foreground.

Re-Learning How to Work: Montasking to Regain Focus

Have you lost your ability to focus and monotask? This is the story about how I've re-learned how to work. This post contains affiliate links, meaning that I get a commission if you take advantage of the offer (thank you!).

What a Snowy Week! SO Much Snow

What a Wonderful Week recaps the week in post and tidbits and previews the coming week. This post may contain affiliate links, meaning that I get a commission if you take advantage of the offer (thank you!).
Morning Rituals

Summer Morning Rituals: How to Start or Strengthen Your Practice

Take advantage of summer’s long days to begin or strengthen your Summer Morning Rituals practice. Taking time for yourself to do the things you love and will ground you first thing in the morning will improve your day and can change your life. Tips for how to start a practice, ideas for what to focus on, and a free tracker for you to track your progress. This post may contain affiliate links, meaning that I get a commission if you take advantage of the offer (thank you!).
Choices: Cherry Blossom on the ground

What a Week: Choices

What a Wonderful Week is a weekly Wonder & Sundry feature with tidbits from the week that was. It's hard to celebrate some weeks, especially ones that threaten our choices. This post may contain affiliate links, meaning that I get a commission if you take advantage of the offer.
Lowell, Massachusetts

Buttermilk Graffiti: Reading about Eating in Lowell, Massachusetts

What are you reading these days? My reading of late has focused on travel and culture, and I'm currently reading Buttermilk Graffiti, by Edward Lee. Lee focuses on the influences of immigrant culture on American food. He has a chapter on Lowell, Massachusetts, which has me thinking about what it means to be an American. This post contains affiliate links with Bookshop.org. Purchases made with this link support local bookstores, and I earn a small commission.