March 6, 2010

On a whim, I brought my son into NYC, & went to TKTS, where you can get discount B’way tickets. We got two for Hair, and are sittin here in the 7th row on the aisle for only $68 each!!! Unheard of! Poz thought for the day? Take a chance and do something on the…

February 19, 2010

Cuz we get to chill at Chili’s, have a glass of chard and nibble the kids’ fries. And this, btw, from a person that never and I mean na-ever can bring myself to go to restaurant chains. I just love the indies on all levels, what can I say?

February 14, 2010

This was my Positive Visualization Board from 2009. Two things I hoped for came to pass so I am making my bigger and better 2010 board now. The two things that came true were an unexpected trip to see my brother all the way across the country and the sale to Simon and Schuster/McElderry of…

February 13, 2010

Apolo Ohno said, “every day before you go to sleep, ask yourself one question: did you do every single thing you could today to make sure you did your best?”

February 11, 2010

Here is an assignment I used recently with the women I teach in prison. I asked them to think of words that described their children. What emerged were what sounded more like poetry than lists. Now your turn. I want you to think of someone or something you love. Pick anything, anywhere, or anyone. Then…

February 10, 2010

Lazy blizzard blogging! After a lovely day playing Monopoly with the family in front of the fire (instead of flying to Rochester for my school visit…sniff), I’ve decided to let Louis CK do my positive thinking for me. Thanks to Shaun Glazier for the link!

February 5, 2010

I love Serge Bloch’s illustration for this New York Time’s article from Feb.1. The article, by Tara Parker-Pope, was entitled The Real Body Language. It was all about how our body listens to our mind, whether we know it or not. So when you say, “Oh, my back is killing me,” you are sending your…

February 4, 2010

You may wonder what one has to do with the other but if you saw my half-full laundry basket, you’d know.