Relationships

Why I chose to forgive the woman who wronged me

About a year ago, I got one of the nastiest messages of my life. I’d actually never met this woman before – let’s call her Courtney. She was, however, good friends with a mutual acquaintance of mine with whom I’d had an incredibly rocky relationship. Apparently Courtney had heard a lot of one-sided angry comments… Read More Why I chose to forgive the woman who wronged me

Cross-Cultural Interaction, Relationships

3 things I learned from telling stories with my friends

Today’s post is the second of a 2-part series from guest writer Andy Terbovich.  He shares with us some of the lessons he learned from creatively connecting with long-distance friends.  To read part 1 of the series, click here. I came up with this story-telling idea because building and maintaining relationships is hard, especially today.… Read More 3 things I learned from telling stories with my friends

Cross-Cultural Interaction, Relationships

A new way to connect with friends

Today’s post is part 1 of a 2-part series from guest writer Andy Terbovich.  He shares how he creatively connects with long-distance friends, and what he’s doing to help you do the same.  Enjoy!   About a year ago, I started to really think about how I maintain my relationships with friends and family. Eventually I… Read More A new way to connect with friends

Relationships

A gentle reminder when you’re tempted to hoard your time

It’s easy to talk about the idea of incorporating Minga into your daily life.  It feels great to say you value spending your time on others.  It’s a lot harder, however, to actually do it. Since I quit my job last year, my life has changed drastically.  For one thing, I’ve been challenged to create… Read More A gentle reminder when you’re tempted to hoard your time