The twentieth of May 2019


Everything has to come to an end sometimes. The closing of one chapter, or the end of a beloved television series just opens up the world to new, and probably better possibilities.


Be kind, you can share your enthusiasm without giving away the end. 

The fourteenth of March 2019


Pi is the ratio of a circle’s circumference to its diameter. Its value is usually abbreviated to 3.14159; however, as an irrational number, Pi goes on infinitely. An irrational number is a number that cannot be made into a fraction. Pi is irrational, but without it we would have no idea how to calculate things like the size of the world or how much flour should be used to make a perfect twelve-inch pizza. If an idea seems irrational to you, perhaps it might still be possible. Perhaps, like Pi, the world is full of infinite seemingly irrational possibilities. What is irrational today may revolutionize tomorrow.


Enjoy some delicious pie and contemplate the infinite possibilities, happy Pi Day! (3.14)


The third of January 2019


Sometimes, it is easy to be overwhelmed with worry about all the things that could go wrong. What if, the next time you feel bogged down by negative possibilities you stop and ask yourself – what if everything goes right? What if my plan succeeds in the best possible way? What is the best possible outcome? If you don’t go for it, you will probably avoid the worst case scenario – but you also deny yourself the possibility for the best case scenario. So, go for it, and envision what will happen if everything works out!


What is the best case scenario, rather than the worst?