Posts Tagged ‘goal-setting’

Currently, I am on a train between Haifa and Tel Aviv, Israel, while writing this post. (Writing on my phone, too; usually I’m much too old-fashioned for that, and I insist on writing on my laptop. Hooray for my adoption of technology!) In a few minutes, at least in this time zone, it will be […]


As you know, I don’t always write about MS, here. I am a college educator (I still have trouble using the word “professor”, since that implies a one-way relationship, as I had with my faculty back in the early ’90’s) and improving the system for our students is a big priority for me. I work […]


(happy november!) I recently read an article about a couple who was satisfied with their life with their child, in a comfortable neighborhood, with jobs that they like, just down the street from work. And I was a little jealous. Because I can never sit still like that. I always want more. You see, I […]


Recently I’ve talked about setting quests–finding big goals in life and pursuing them. This is all inspired by Chris Guillebeau’s recent book. The few people who haven’t pushed me away, thinking I’m an evangelical preacher, when I talk about setting life-quests, have told me that they don’t have any idea of the quests to pursue. […]