I’ve picked my Word for the Year, and it’s FOCUS And that’s all well and good, but exactly what steps am I taking to facilitate this? It’s not enough to say, “This year, I’m going to focus,” or even to establish on what you’re focusing, but what am I doing to ensure that this actuallyContinue reading “So How DO I Actually Focus?”
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Reflections on Summer Goals
June 1! Officially two weeks till my birthday. When I was younger, everything after May 15 and before June 30 was related to how close it was to my birthday. That’s less of a big deal now. But I do see June 1 as the unofficial beginning of summer and a new year (forContinue reading “Reflections on Summer Goals”
Things Change, Jo….
As we examine our goals in 2021, it’s important to see how things have evolved from when you set them in the first place. Both within yourself and in the world. The goals I set in early 2020 included: expanding the Curiously Strong Performing series at Roland Park Community Center beyond just my studio writingContinue reading “Things Change, Jo….”
What’s Your Intention?
As I recently wrote in an earlier blogpost, I’ve set up a fall practice challenge. Beginning this Sunday through December 15, my students (hopefully) will submit an online practice record regarding their practice habits for the week. (Please note that I’ve amended the form to correspond to the practice challenge.) The person who submits the most amountContinue reading “What’s Your Intention?”