Tag Archives: Decision-Making
Life Goes On
“In three words I can sum up everything I’ve learned about life: it goes on.” Robert Frost Poet Robert Frost contemplated the complexity, and yet, the simplicity, of life in the profound quote above. No matter what happens, he surmised, we continue moving through life. I see a parallel between this quote and my favorite […]
Caregiver, Be Brave
When can we no longer leave our loved one alone? When do we take away the car keys? When do we prohibit the use of power tools – or any tools? When do we install security or tracking? And when, or if, do we move our loved one to an assisted living home for memory […]
What to Do?
From our flavor of coffee to accepting a demanding but rewarding job, we are bombarded with decisions 24/7. Most decisions are minor. Others are life-changing and will effect us and our families from this point on. There are 3 steps to decision-making. These steps sound simple but actually can be stressful. When making the greater decisions, writing […]