I don’t always blog, but when I do…
… I like to mention a bunch of stuff I’m doing!
Work and Life are pretty much all one and the same; here’s a bunch of things I’m doing right now:
Two teenagers – awesome, they are! My son (18), a stand-up comedian met his idol this week:
Billy is now 72 and still brull-yintly funny! He more or less “blessed” my son, Madison, with “you’ve got a great voice [it’s true, he has], don’t give up!”
Ruby (16) is rebelling against the forces of school rules – this is her progression of hair colours over the last two months; the pink got her sent home, which annoyed our whole family. We’re loving watching Ruby experiment, and deal with her frustrations with seemingly inane school restrictions with great humour in particular.
I spend 20 hours a week working with a group of profoundly intellectually disabled men and women, managing two residential care homes in the community I live in. I’m over-run with audit-driven paperwork which drives me to despair but our clients and their caregivers are very beautiful people. I wish I could post a photo of them, but that would be inappropriate for a whole bunch of reasons.
Coming up I’ve got these online events; I hope you’ll join me.
On Friday, 23rd May at 9pm EST/6pm PT (US time) [Saturday, 24th May at 1pm NZ time],
Sarah McCrum is hosting me in a FREE webinar, talking more on the topic of purpose,
this time talking about obstacles to achieving your purpose.
Click on my pic below to go to the sign-up page:
On Tuesday, 27th May at 8pm EST/5pm PT (US time) [Wednesday, 28th May at Noon NZ time],
I’m talking to Kathryn Yarborough about her programme “Getting Present with Money”.
I’m doing this course right now myself; click on the photo below to go to the sign-up page
for Kathryn’s FREE webinar:
(By the way, that’s Kathryn and me in Washington D.C. on a VERY hot day last year, at the sculpture garden at the Smithsonian.)
And last but by no means least, I spend at least 3 hours a day here: