“There are the saints of every day, the ‘hidden’ saints, a sort of ‘middle class of holiness’….to which we all belong.”
– A little All Saints Day inspiration with a quote attributed to Pope Frances
This one will cost you a little (7.50) but it is a twenty-four page self help guide to creating a self-care strategy for yourself.
Despite the renovated hallways and determinedly cheerful lobby pianist playing “Wind Beneath My Wings,” the hospital is not always the place I want to be. The best way to comfort someone in the hospital is (spoiler alert) not a teddy bear from the gift shop with HUGS embroidered on its fuzzy abdomen.
Spending days in a hospital bed can be uncomfortable and downright miserable. Little gestures that make me feel more human and connected to the outside world go a long way to making the experience a little easier.
Want to be an Awesome Hospital VisitorFriend™? Sneak one of these ten things through security.
Even if you’re not a freelancer or a “creative,” you’ll probably benefit from a page that lays out your accomplishments, and not just your work history. If you ever want to give a talk, get quoted in an article, work a side hustle, start your own business, or just get a job offer, then you need a public portfolio.
Address the Bare Minimum
Try this experiment. Ask a friend to do a quick Google search for your greatest work accomplishments, and your contact info, from scratch. If they can’t find both in thirty seconds, you have a problem to fix.
In the golden age of TV we’re currently in, no topic is too taboo to tackle and to dramatize.
That includes religion.
Here’s a look at four different times television shows offered thoughtful commentary about the church and the state of Christian—and two times they completely missed the mark.