Day 2508: Flow

Two days ago, I drew this flow chart on my office white board for somebody who was trying to decide what action to take in a very difficult family situation.


Then, in a flow of  synchronicity, somebody who used to participate in my Coping and Healing groups sent me this flowchart in an email:


I love the way that flow chart keeps flowing into the same conclusion.

Are you ready for the flow of lots of other photos?


Last night, my dear friend Jeanette flowed into town from Philadelphia and shared our dinner, flowing conversations, photos of a Nailed It! cake and her trick-or-treating dog Gidget, and also this:


It looks like that kitty has some opinions.  Go with the flow and don’t worry about it!

Here‘s a review of the book Flow by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi:


Here’s “Flow” by Shawn James:


I look forward to the flow of comments below, because


Are you ready for the flow of gratitude for all who help me create these daily posts, including YOU?




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23 thoughts on “Day 2508: Flow

  1. Luis Del Castillo

    The flow chart has a spelling mistake, but I’m going to let it flow and not worry about it. 😉

  2. All of life is ebb and flow

  3. Most of the time I’m happy to go with the flow because it can let things around me flower.

  4. If I accidentally hurt someone, I feel bad and wish I had chosen different words. Sometimes I worry about whether I hurt someone’s feelings long after they have probably forgotten my careless comment . But I rarely worry about other people’s opinions of me, except for that. Which is probably lucky.

  5. I named someone’s experience in very similar circumstances “survivor guilt” this very day. (Not as a professional). How’s that for synchronicity.

  6. puella33

    Sometimes, it’s not always that easy..

  7. I love the effortless flow of this post.

  8. I just go with the flow of life

  9. always finding
    which way to go,
    with the flow!
    thanks, Ann 🙂

  10. I am so glad you help my chart my day, Ann.

  11. I needed that flow chart tonight, Ann. Thank you!! My flow was seriously stressed. This helped. 🙂

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