I’m coming off of a couple of very busy days, full of client work. It’s work that has rooted its way into my brain and is, if I’m honest, getting in the way of my relaxing for the night, reading a wonderful book1.

Sitting here and struggling to stop the spinning, I’m reminded of the importance of creating — and maintaining — inner-space. Meditation is, of course, a primary approach to that. And, you might guess, something that has slipped off the forefront in recent weeks.

A good reminder.

  1. Underland by Robert MacFarlane. Highly recommended.

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