Until five years ago, I told people that I didn’t like the heat and that I was not a summer person. Now, for some reason that I still don’t understand, summer is my favorite time of the year, and the hotter, the better.
In the summer, my work doesn’t change as much as my office changes. (Shutterstock/Anastasiia Novikova)
blogging only once per month
My goal has always been to present my perspective on how the world of work can change to as many people as possible. But in the summer, many people go on vacation and disconnect from social media and my readership dips a little. This is a good opportunity for me to focus my time elsewhere, too. After today, blogs will only be published on July 16th., August 13th., and September 17th. Weekly blogs will start again on October 5th.
finishing a book, subscribe for previews
Although I’ll be blogging less, I’ll be writing more. Whether I’m at home or in Europe—I spend a few weeks in Spain every summer—I try to get up early and write until mid-day. I’ll be using that time to complete my first book about the world of work and how we can courageously pursue a joyful working life. I’ll be sending alerts and excerpts to my blog subscribers. If you’d like to be the first to read and provide feedback, please subscribe to this blog at WorkFeelsGood.com or at the bottom of this page.
my deepest gratitude
I am so grateful to everyone who has liked, shared and commented on my articles and postings on LinkedIn and Twitter. I’d also like to thank the brilliant people who help me with technology, marketing, communications and all the administrative and management work that no one ever sees, but that makes my work better and my life easier.
more change for me and WorkFeelsGood.com
Over this summer and into the fall, you’ll see more improvements to WorkFeelsGood.com and other platforms. You’ll also see me speaking more and reaching out to an ever-increasing, wonderful audience.
May you enjoy your days—spring, summer, fall or winter—in your own way. I’ll think of you while I’m humming Stevie Wonder’s, A Place in the Sun.
Like a long lonely stream
I keep runnin’ towards a dream
Movin’ on, movin’ on
Like a branch on a tree
I keep reachin’ to be free
Movin’ on, movin’ on
‘Cause there’s a place in the sun
Where there’s hope for ev’ryone
Where my poor restless heart’s gotta run
There’s a place in the sun
And before my life is done
Got to find me a place in the sun