Empathy Lab has recently crossed the 50 question mark! Yay! As part of the Empathy Lab rollout, I’ve recently started inviting more friends and relatives to the empathy experiment. As we’ve been progressing through the questions, I’ve been answering the questions on the side. Here is a rundown on my first 50 answers. Some of them I will break out as individual blog posts and elaborate when I have the time. Continue reading “50 Answers to 50 questions”
Last night’s thought after reading Shel Silverstein’s “Missing Piece Meets the Big O”…
Day in day out, ideas pour from my head,
So many things to explore before I drop dead.
My to-do list is like yours, extensive yet incomplete,
I check one thing off, add four more, zero inbox is quite a feat.
The thing that scares me most can make an above average wave,
I must lead with my heart, lean forward, and be brave.
Question #4 at Empathy Lab asks, what was my favorite book of 2016. It is somewhat embarrassing because it was the last book I read, and looking back on the year, I didn’t read as much as I wanted too. This year will be different. No, not famous last words.
It is hard to answer question #3 from QDQD.me. Are you a night owl or an early bird? I try to be an early bird, but I am convinced that I thrive off of being a night owl. I must like the taste of field mice at night over wiggly worms in the morning. Continue reading “Want to be an Early Bird in Night Owl Feathers”
If I could be any animal, I would be an owl of some type. Most likely a Galapagos Barn Owl.
Owls have always fascinated and scared me. I remember as a kid going on field trips in search of owl droppings only to find them and search through them in order to see what they ate. A bit gross writing that out, yes, but amazing. Continue reading “I want to be a barn owl”
My top New Year’s resolution: Sustain Positive Routines
New Year’s resolutions are difficult! Year in, year out, I make them, and forget about them. Make them and break them. Make them and change them. It’s a routine that I hate come December 31st. This year must be different, thus I am keeping it simple. Create Positive Routines. Continue reading “New Year’s Resolution”