Author: Sheila

It’s all about the narrative

  22.07.2016   Intention, Narrative, Politics   No comments

We’re in the midst of political high drama in the U.S., and while I don’t discuss or write about political views on this site, the whole process serves as a

New wisdom: writing priorities

This is the third post in a series of three on the challenges of managing time and priorities. Links here to posts 1 http://storyrevisioned.com/2016/07/08/take-another-look-finding-new-wisdom/ and 2 http://storyrevisioned.com/2016/07/10/new-wisdom-the-struggle-of-time-management-the-power-of-limitations/ Finally, I need

Three things to do when your work schedule goes off track

  14.07.2016   Uncategorized   No comments

So this week did not go as expected! I expected to be working all week at one of the clinics where I have a part time presence, but that didn’t happen.

New wisdom: the struggle of time management, the power of limitations

Life is busy, I don’t care who you are, how old you are, where you are. I’m learning that acknowledging my limitations is really a gift when I’m struggling to

Take another look: finding new wisdom

I’ve noticed a trend in books and articles in the past few years. It seems a popular approach to creating a best-seller book or a viral post is to identify

I get to…

Some days I need a re-set. Most of the time I’m on the up side of life, and I feel it. I have a smile, and a spring in my

From sea to shining sea

There is some good in this world, and it’s worth fighting for.   ~ J.R.R. Tolkien June 2016. This is a crazy time…US politics are surreal, international politics are turned

Stories I tell myself

Funny how pride can trip you up. Funny how it can blind you to reality, especially when part of what you’re proud of is that you always live in reality.

Life Rules

We’ve finished the season of graduations, endings, ceremony, commencement speeches. I was not asked to give any speeches. But this is what I would say to kids in their first

Authentic vs intentional

I’m learning to live without defenses. I’ll probably still be learning this when I’m 80, or 100, or 53…doesn’t matter the age I ultimately achieve, the lesson will be ongoing,

Good advice!

A few favorites… My advice to you is not to inquire why or whither, but just enjoy your ice cream while it’s on your plate. – Thornton Wilder If you

Same food every day? No thanks! Simplify life? Yes, please!

I read a blog post a few days ago promoting the practice of eating the same food every day. The author described his diet, foods he chooses for each meal, and