Author Archives: Lee-Anne Ragan
More poignant words were never spoken. Out of the mouths of Destination Life Lenses™ – via Elizabeth Gilbert – just get it done, ship, check that puppy off the list.
Love this image. It speaks proverbial volumes. Here’s to perspective busting. ‘nuf said.
The other day I overheard someone talking about ‘fomo.’ Another new acronym? My ears perked up. The urban dictionary defines fomo as: “fear of missing out”. The fear that if you miss a party or event you will miss out … Continue reading
Yummy goodness in this excellent ‘how to be an ally’ video. It’s funny & incisive – a great combo. It’s about impact not intent…. It may remove some blinders & give you a new perspective. Just sayin’ I originally saw … Continue reading
Great article- 30 lessons in 30 years from feminism from the Huffington Post. Check it out. It’s a wonderful lens to look at life – yours & others – & enhance your perspective. 1. There is no choice without access. … Continue reading
This column will change your life: random decisions ‘What if random results are sometimes exactly what you need?’
Below is an article via my dear friend Jean DuPlessis, which is written by Oliver Burkeman, of the Guardian. Jean always makes me think. So do his recommended reads. Thought you might like this too. No matter how much time … Continue reading
“I like to turn things upside down, to watch pictures and situations from a another perspective.” – Ursus Wehrli
“I like to turn things upside down, to watch pictures and situations from a another perspective.” – Ursus Wehrli It’s a new year. A fresh start. A blank page. Time for a new perspective. Image source.
Happy holidays dear reader. Wherever this finds you, in whatever state, whatever weather & whatever form of celebration is yours this month. Tis’ a day to chuckle, keep your head up & celebrate. From the Carrot Life Lens™ I wish … Continue reading
This is good. Really good. Source.
Oh boy do I relate to this. Not as a student. As a mama of my kid who’ll be off to university in less than a year (how can that be when I changed his diaper just last week?!). Like … Continue reading