How a Book Idea Became a Non-Profit. The Friendship Lab Story So Far
Something special is brewing - a new calling that's been years in the making and will take years to complete. And you're a part of it.
A Simple Tool to Help You Make Sense of Life
According to the experts, writing in a journal can help you reduce stress, increase creativity, solve problems, and manage conflict. I’ve also found it to be an incredibly helpful tool for making sense of our personal histories. In this season of New-Year reflection, here are four key themes a journal can help you track to
Why You Should Keep a Journal (But NOT Every Day)
If you’re a journal-keeper from way back, you’ll probably nod in sage agreement at these 7 great benefits of journaling. But if you’re thinking “Oh, journaling? I tried that once but couldn't keep it up”—then here are the reasons to give it another try. There's also 8 tips to get you started, and a sneak
How to Write a Book in 7 Simple Steps (My Highly Inefficient Process in Pictures)
Well-written books on important topics can change lives, if not the world. But where do you start? Well, for all you budding authors, I now offer you my step-by-step, pictorial guide. At least, it’s a guide to how I do it. I’m the first to admit my process is messy and highly inefficient. But hey,