Go behind the scenes with best-selling author Gabby Bernstein as she talks about her new book and how to fear less and live more.
Tips to keep from feeling defeated by life or scared about the future.
As a 5K newbie, I felt really lucky to have my coworkers join me in walking the Commitment Day event on New Year’s Day. It was extremely cold at the Minneapolis location (nearly 30 5K races happened across the country), but we bundle up and smiled as we walked the route. I think I even... Read more »
Yesterday, our new office manager, Brandi, decorated the office with festive, sparkly decorations. It was a simple thing, but every time I walked around the corner and saw a wreath or snowflake or glittery garland, I smiled. Somehow, that made everything brighter, so that I noticed a stranger holding the door open for me and... Read more »
Today my friend celebrated his birthday, and at his party, I was introduced to his network of friends that I had heard about for over a year. As I spoke about how my husband and I met in Florida through mutual friends, I realized the power of connections, and how we’ve been fortunate enough to... Read more »
From my journal entry last night: Hooray for pomegranate seeds at the salad bar! Thankful for newish tires on my car. While several cars were spinning on the icy roads, my Subaru trekked on, slipping only in the ruts of frozen snow on the streets. This lead me to conclude that, frugal as I may... Read more »
I love a beautiful snowfall. Today I was outside watching our dog Chloe race around in the fresh powder, stuffing her face into snow banks like it was the first time she had been in snow. She’s 7 now, but still acts like a puppy outside, always ready to play. She made my day.
One of my favorite lessons from a seminar with Maryanne O’Brien of Live Dynamite was to keep a gratitude log. You can do this in a journal, on cards or Post-its that you keep in plain sight, in a mental record, or with various online sites and social media. Generally, I note my appreciation in... Read more »
After 18 years of playing professional soccer, Tony Sanneh retired from the sport in 2010. But “retired” is hardly a word that describes this world soccer great. A native of St. Paul, Minn., he established The Sanneh Foundation, a nonprofit organization, in 2003; its purpose is to provide positive environments - including soccer clinics and camps - for urban youth in America. We caught up with Sanneh by phone to find out more about his projects and passions.