and sometimes there is overwhelm

and sometimes there is overwhelm

Overwhelm feels a little different these days. Our normal responses and coping mechanisms may not be effective – nor even possible. In normal times, I define overwhelm as a pile of decisions to be made. In these times – pandemic, economic unrest, social...
I’ve got the Isolation Blues

I’ve got the Isolation Blues

I sat down to write today’s blog in Color Thinking. I decided on the topic, because I did kind of feel today like I have the Isolation Blues. Then I got just a little distracted. I opened an email that had a link to a video clip from a Consort Chorale trip to...
The Shadow Side of Color Thinking

The Shadow Side of Color Thinking

There is a lot of talk about love and light. Sometimes the phrase is dismissed as woo-woo or airy-fairy (as if that makes it meaningless.) That makes me just a touch angry, because I believe that there is so much power in love and light. Wishing people love and light...
Color + Thinking = Color Thinking

Color + Thinking = Color Thinking

My Book, The Rainbow Onion, is now available on Amazon (here).  It’s about the Transformative Power of Color Thinking. This is the third in a series of blog posts that dive into what color thinking actually means, using excerpts from the book. This comes from...
The Thinking in Color Thinking

The Thinking in Color Thinking

My Book, The Rainbow Onion, is now available in eBook and paperback.It’s about the Transformative Power of Color Thinking. This is the second in a series of blog posts that dive into what color thinking actually means, using excerpts from the book. This comes...