Jeffe Kennedy
Fantasy. Power. Passion

Certain Social Standards and Choosing the Happy

Posted Feb 6 2019 in , , , , , , , , ,

My two boys, enjoying the new recliners and the lovely sunlight of a winter afternoon. I feel sure if Jackson could make his recline, too, he would.    The recliners were a Christmas gift for David. The family all pitched in and we replaced the couch with them. There’s the Before and After. We actually […]

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Getting Past Negativity Bias – the Beachy Way

Posted Aug 31 2014 in , , , ,

I’m over at Word Whores discussing this week’s topic Measuring Success (and Failures): How, When, and Then What? Okay – I’m mainly talking about boogie boarding and why it’s more important to choose happiness, because success and failure are meaningless metrics.

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How to Have the Happy

Posted May 20 2012 in ,

First things first – I’m in the newspaper today! The local paper, The Santa Fe New Mexican, asked if they could do a feature on me. I checked my very busy schedule and managed to squeeze in an interview. Then, I’m over at Word Whores and LERA today (same post in both places), on the […]

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Making Marketing Decisions

Posted Feb 29 2012 in , , ,

An oft-lamented part of being a writer is the promotions end. Some writers are good at it, but for the most part, the majority of us are writers because we don’t like to sell stuff. Otherwise we’d have fabulous careers doing that. But we know that’s part of the gig. Even the big, traditionally published […]

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Choosing the Happy

Posted Feb 17 2012 in ,

This hawk was in the tree across the road. Love my new telephoto lens! David and I were talking yesterday about the value of happiness and making choices to be happy. Now, not everyone really values happiness as a top priority. Sure – people say they want to be happy, but often they value other […]

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