2012 – A year of discomfort

I found this delightful poem that sums up my year of No Comfort Weekly Challenges. It’s a reminder of WHY it’s good to get uncomfortable. In setting this challenge for myself, I looked for things that took me down different roads (figuratively and literally), made me expose a bit more of myself, encouraged me to look… Read More

No Comfort Zone Update – September 2012

Hello everyone, It’s been too long since I offered an update on the NO Comfort Zone activities I’ve been up so I will now try to recall and share them with you. June was totally out of my comfort zone as I was asked to be editor of a monthly newsletter. In addition to editing… Read More

No Comfort Zone (Week 8!)

It’s time to point the finger again and direct your attention to yet another blogger who’s accepted the NO Comfort Zone Weekly Challenge and jumped in with 2 tasks that took her out of her everyday ho-hum comfort zone and put her in a place where she rarely visits. Take a few minutes and visit… Read More

This post from Mirth and Motivation is a great reminder that all those things we seek will eventually turn up! Related articles No CZ Anxiety (crowingcrone.wordpress.com) Allow the Unexpected (jackielrobinson.com) After the comfort zone (http://newpillowbook.wordpress.com) Inspiration: What Am I Thankful For Tonight? (eof737.wordpress.com) On Music: The Shorthand of Emotion… (viviankirkfield.wordpress.com) Life too mirthful . .… Read More

A Small Act: Documentary Review

I watched a documentary this past weekend titled, A Small Act. It’s a story about a woman who donated $15 on a quarterly basis to a young Kenyan boy named Chris Mburu.  That money helped to pay for Chris to attend grammar and secondary school, eventually leave his village and attend Harvard Law. His role… Read More

Things are happening here… NoCZ–12

My focus this week is to break my pattern of coming home from work and eating whatever happens to be within my reach. Instead I decided to spend the first hour in my basement. Because of this decision the whole feel of my week has changed. I’ll find more words and let you know what’s… Read More