It’s end of a challenging year with high numbers of new Covid-19 cases every day and expected to go even higher through the holiday season as so many folks struggle with isolation and indulge in “just a small gathering” of family and/or friends. Covid-positives are getting closer and closer with a few close friends’ family … Continue reading Looking Ahead to 2021
Goal Setting is one of the elements of putting Positive Psychology to work. (Blog link here) While I’ve not been that intentional on life goals (yet), I have set and tracked yearly goals in some of my activity areas. BLOG POSTS – My personal goal is 1 blog/week, which I tend to post on Sunday … Continue reading Goal Setting in 2020 – So-So Results
I am a strong believer in having a WOTY (Word of the Year) to help drive a yearly personal growth intention. I’ve added this tool into my Retirement Transition Toolbox. Some of my past year's picks have been very helpful (see my previous post on Joy, Soar – link here). As I look ahead to … Continue reading 2020 WOTY – A Review
Often, “Finding Flow” is touted to be the holy grail of finding life happiness. It's claimed that when you engage in your passion or utilize your signature strengths, you find a sense of flow - you lose track of time and get into the “zone”. It’s a highly positive feeling and one I’ve been wondering … Continue reading Is it Flow or a Rabbit Hole?