The Disease of Being Busy

At #CNMAC14, Rachel Jordan encouraged us to think about transforming our lives, including removing the ‘idol’ of being busy’, so interesting to come across this piece: Tell me you remember you are still a human being, not just a human doing. Tell me you’re more than just a machine, checking off items from your to-do list. Have that conversation, that glance, that touch. Be a healing conversation, one filled with grace and presence. Put your Continue Reading →

“Ready, Set, Work” (Evening Standard Article)

Well, am seeking to understand how much of this I am, but hoping very much that I’m not quite there (I, have, for example, not really looked at my phone since Friday afternoon, and just getting back into it this evening): Have you joined the super- working classes — those alpha-hours Stakhanovites whose idea of the ordinary office day is a 12-hour slog, with the iPad always charged to ensure that a couple of emails Continue Reading →