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Headphones are simultaneously one of the most antisocial and social things! Antisocial because they say, "shut up and leave me alone" but also social as they don't let my conversations and entertainment bother others. I love and loathe to in equal parts 👌🏼

Daylight savings bothers me. It is disruptive and doesn't actually give us a extra. If we think we have to move our clocks to by an hour twice a year, could it be that werew half an hour wrong constantly?

Really enjoying creating a podcast for my sons each week. Rediscovering music is an incredible journey as it transports me back to the age I was when I was listening to it first. The same feelings, opinionso and emotions bubble back up and it becomes clear how little we comprehend without the experience of life!

Probably need to spend a little more time refining it into a clear, flowing, conversation, but have taken the view doing something is better than nothing! Maybe over time they will improve...

Listen to this episode of my podcast, My 3 Sons, ep10, Gotta Be Strong https://anchor.fm/my3sons/episodes/ep10--Gotta-Be-Strong-e2cp2u

Feedback is incredibly important, both constructive criticism and positive reinforcement. We are quick and frequent with what we consider constructive criticism which would be acceptable if we weren't so slow and stingy with the positive messages.

All too often we have a phone in our hand while we're trying to do other things and end up distracted from both activities! Is it that were easily, and constantly distracted? Or are we incapable of self-managing?

We make time for things and people we love.

It is alarming how much of America is disposable, plastic, and packaged. Single servings carefully sealed in plastic containers. Plates and cutlery that are disposable. Even in the hotel the cups in my room are throwaway. Worse, the creamer us wrapped in plastic with single serve sugar sachets that I don't use and am told can't be used by the next guest!

We quickly project how we would feel in a situation onto others without considering their personality, story, and ambition.

It is tough being an introvert in a world that seems very extroverted.

Our lives are constantly telling our kids what is important, what they should value, and how to live their lives. I'm hopeful that what I talk to them about is consistent with my actions.