A chat about embracing Monday

Something about Monday gets a person questioning the whole deal. Ostensibly it’s the start of another new work week; ideally you’ve taken a couple of days to rest and recharge so you can dive with enthusiasm back into the tasks you’ve chosen for your livelihood.

So why does Monday have its reputation? You know what I’m talking about.

Maybe it’s time to wake up and embrace this life that you’ve been sleeping through.

The other day Wally Conger and I spent a fun hour talking about the whys and wherefores of my new book, A Scream of Consciousness: Wake Up and Embrace the Present Moment. You know, the one I’ve been mentioning here with the cover photo of Willow embracing a sunny winter’s morning.

We talked about the book, zombies, creativity, happiness and following through on the promise of being alive moment by moment. He also had some nice words to say about my previous project, Refuse to be Afraid, which seems to be more timely day by day. And Wally – who has a big new project of his own about to break out this week – has made our conversation available for free to his friends, and now mine.

I’ll let Wally take it from there. I hope you’ll click in the right places, enjoy the conversation, and sample the book(s) over there on the right rail.

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WarrenBluhm

Wordsmith, journalist and podcaster, Warren is a reporter, editor and storyteller who lives near the shores of Green Bay with his wife, two golden retrievers, and a couple of cats.

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