One-Inch Picture Frame

One-Inch Picture Frame

A Tool for Navigating Overwhelm The idiom “can’t see the forest for the trees” refers to the anxiety we experience when we get caught up in minutia at the expense of seeing the larger picture. But what about the inverse, when we feel overwhelmed by the vastness of the...
Building Writing Habits

Building Writing Habits

What Are Habits? Behaviors become habits when we no longer have to rely upon our willpower to do them. According to Psychology Today, “the behavioral patterns we repeat most often are literally etched into our neural pathways,” which results in behaviors becoming...
Mind & Concept Mapping

Mind & Concept Mapping

The Difference Between Mind & Concept Mapping Mind Mapping Developed in the 1960s by Tony Buzan, mind mapping is method for organizing information visually in “a simple hierarchical radial diagram.” Here’s a mind map by Buzan about mind mapping, so you can see...