Joshua and I met at the table and recorded a conversation about the "why" of our personal lives and how it intersects with TableThink.  We hope you will hear how much we enjoy working together, despite the differences in...
It's the weekend! Take a breath.  Slow down.  Think. Thinking is crucial to who we are and what we do. Take some time to think about how your life is lived.   Own what's going well and what's not in your day-to-day...
Listen . . .  Think On This . . .  John 20 tells the story . . . in the early morning Mary . . . went to the tomb.  But.  The stone, which had sealed the tomb, had been moved.   What...
March 2019 March is the month of transition. In the northern hemisphere spring officially begins on March 20th. And. TableThink is ready for it. The transition from winter to spring can seem slow.  Even so, making the transition into the season of spring reflects...
Worry.  Anxiety.  Stress. It's real. It's often with us. It's an obstacle to peace, our well-being. First Things First Intentionally identify worry, anxiety, and stress within you.  Review how many times you say or think: I'm worried.  I'm anxious.  I'm stressed.  These statements...
It's the weekend! Taking a breath on the weekend, slowing down, and stepping back from the busyness of the week is smart living.   It takes effort and practice to make the weekend slow-down routine a part of life.  The thing...
I joined the TableThink team at the table and shared some stories about my childhood, my struggles learning to read, and some of my thoughts on how to make reading an important part of life. You can listen here as...
My first boss repeatedly said, "Make it happen."  I found these three words tiring and lacking encouragement.  At the time, I did not think about how hard my first boss' job might be.  The thing is . . ....
We are so glad to introduce you to TableThink's newest author and partner, Anne Miller.   Anne is writing monthly articles, under the column, Your Tribe.   This month’s article is about hospitality and tacos at the table. We are excited for you...
As far as my memory can take me, I have loved friendships.  Mom used to tell me that as a three or four year old, I used to hang on the garden gate waiting for Karen, the little girl...