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Keeping a Journal Helps You Create a Life You Love

vaughn_bass

“Writing in a journal reminds you of your goals and of your learning in life. It offers a place where you can hold a deliberate, thoughtful conversation with yourself.” –Robin S. Sharma When I read Little Women, I knew that I wanted to create like Jo March. That year, I asked for a diary for […]

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Isn’t It Time to Clear the Bird Poop from Your Brain?

Emmanuel Garant Window gazing

A couple of years ago, I took my first trip to Europe. JB and I spent a couple of weeks in the Netherlands while he worked and then we took some vacation time to explore. We traveled by train – first from Amsterdam to Brussels and then (through the Chunnel!) to London. After seeing the […]

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What I’ve Learned About Boundaries By Living
On a Golf Course

lessons about boundaries from living on a golf course

There are a lot of things I love about living on the golf course. It’s beautifully maintained and often peaceful. The neighbors take immaculate care of their flower gardens. I love sitting on the deck with my morning coffee as the birds have their breakfast and the early golfers get in a round. It’s a […]

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On a Golf Course

‘Cause Life Isn’t Certain: 9 Traits to Cultivate

Gypsy by Gene Pressler

We make decisions each and every day. We choose what to put in our cup in the morning (tea or coffee? Lemon? Sugar? Cream? Caffeinated? Decaf? Herbal?) and what shoes to put on our feet before we walk out the door. We make bigger decisions, too. Like where to invest for retirement, what car to […]

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Love Your Life: Clear Clutter from the Path

Clear Clutter from Your Path

Darling, what do you want? What gifts and talents do you want to share with the world?  What do you need to lean into in order to fall head over heels in love with your life? If you’re like many, the answer to this question is “I don’t know.” What if I shared with you […]

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The Power of the Weekly Review

The Power of the Weekly Review

Life in the fast lane is…fast, isn’t it?  We live in a society where the expectations all revolve around immediacy:  reply to email within the hour, return texts within seconds, and process all your social media feeds in a single bound. And I get it.  We all feel the pressure to be more efficient and […]

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Midsummer: Dreams & Discomfort

Midsummer: Dreams & Discomfort

I know the typical theme for summer is “the lazy days of summer,” but in feeling the pulse of the world around me, it’s not what I’m witnessing or hearing from friends and clients.  Instead,  I’m seeing packed weekends, fast-paced vacations, and the push to do more.   I’m certainly not immune from getting caught up […]

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How to Clear Brain Clutter

How to Clear Brain Clutter

I’m a huge fan of clearing physical clutter as a path forward to gaining clarity.  Disorder, clutter, and undone spaces in your home stall you from creating, sabotage your productivity, and keep you from moving forward. I am so passionate about clearing physical clutter to gain clarity that I created an eCourse designed to help […]

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Make Life Blossom by De-Cluttering & Spring Cleaning

Make Life Blossom by De-Cluttering & Spring Cleaning

20 Spectacular Reasons to Get Organized, Toss Clutter & Spring Clean Spring has officially arrived. I’m hearing tales from friends all over the US that daffodils have begun to poke their heads up and that spring showers (and storms) have begun to bring needed moisture for the growth of later spring blooms.  In the first […]

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Swing Into a Life You Love

Swing Into a Life You Love

I have spent the bulk of this past week virtually unplugged.   I’ve also been in bed before 9:30 almost every night this week, had a long lunch with a good friend, and lingered over a glass of wine while listening to work stories from my partner and his colleagues. At the same time, I’ve worked […]

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