Category Archives: being introspective

What I learned during Seattle’s Snowmageddon

Last week I wrote a post about the ‘Snowmageddon’ we had in Seattle this month. And I complained about it, a lot. I must admit, though… There were some perks of being stuck at home for so long: Tim worked … Continue reading

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Being an Enneagram Type 7!

One of my obsessions of 2018 was the Enneagram. Anything and everything related to the Enneagram. I first came across the Enneagram in high school, when we did a mini-study of the nine types. Back then I enjoyed it, but it … Continue reading

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What if I thought about my to-do list differently…

The other week I was talking to my counselor about my to-do list and how miserable it was making me. I told him that my list felt like it was never-ending, and I felt a lot of pressure because it seemed … Continue reading

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What I Learned in Jan/Feb

I’m a little late on this (what else is new?!) but I wanted to share a few things I learned in January and February. January One word: SLEEP I learned how to do it. Guys, this sounds crazy, I know. … Continue reading

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What I did well in 2017

Yikes, we’re almost midway through January and I’m still in major New Years mode. The self-reflection is out of control over here, and I am loving every second of it. It’s daunting, but I’m learning so much about myself and … Continue reading

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