Everyone needs a ‘thinking chair’. A place to plop and ponder. Not just the kiddos who embraced the popular children’s show “Blues Clues” where a comfy chair became a plot line – the landing spot to decipher clues and solve mysteries.
Daily life is complex, no? This morning I was struck by a wave of gratitude as I gravitated to my spot. My ‘thinking chair’:
It’s unassuming. A little worse-for-wear, like many things that I love, but it’s also comfy and familiar, especially welcome as I sort out questions – large and small – and craft the game plan for each day.
I hope you have a spot, too. It doesn’t need to be grand but it needs to be yours. Lessons from the little ones. Thinking chairs.