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Rushing Through Your Life Won’t Help You Love It

Rushing to Next Flight

So many of the women (and men) I talk to regularly confess to feeling depleted, overwhelmed, and just flat exhausted. Like they’re living in the spin cycle of the washing machine or a good old hamster wheel. When we dig into how they’re living their daily life, one of the most common challenges experienced is […]

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Devotion is a Key Ingredient to Achieve Your Goals

9 Early Spring by Pal Fried Goals

Nature forever inspires me, especially when spring is in the air. All the bulbs I planted in the autumn begin to push their way out of the earth, reminding me that sometimes it takes time, faith, and pushing through our resistance for things to blossom. The budding trees remind me that even when things seem […]

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Self-Care for the Holidays (and Beyond)

Self-Care is Essential !

If the song tells us that this is the “most wonderful time of the year,” then why are so many folks so stressed out? In all the attempts to create the Best Holiday Yet, every bit of self-care gets thrown out the window. Even for those of us who work in the self-help industry, nourishing […]

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Writing By Hand Cultivates a Life I Love

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When it comes to creating a life I love, there is one change in my habits that has allowed me to shift the way I think: I’m writing by hand more often. As most of you like do also, I have a plethora of electronics and apps that help me manage my work and my […]

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Process or Product? How to Love Your Life

Love the Process and the Journey (Art by Fiona Stephenson)

Just because the old adage tells us that life is about the journey doesn’t mean most folks reflect that bit of wisdom.  Instead, we focus on the end result of what we desire rather than honoring the process. We look to big dates on our calendar – the vacation, the high school reunion, the family […]

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Keeping a Journal Helps You Create a Life You Love

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“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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Paradise Isn’t The Answer: Gain Clarity on Your Heart’s Desire

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Towards the end of 2014, I was blessed to spend almost two weeks in paradise (aka Hawaii). Though JB had to work, we did some exploring together and I woke daily to seeing the ocean outside our hotel window. Paradise is a glorious place. The air is warm and the landscape is lush. The ocean […]

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If You’re Feeling Lost, Unsure or Amiss

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Want to create a life you love? Then, darling, you need to get clear around what you need and what you want. Truth is, I know that’s easier said than done. Because, time after time, I hear folks say things like: “I feel lost. Just, well, directionless,” she lamented.  “I don’t know what I want,” […]

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14 Tricks for Getting Back in the Saddle

Sitting Pretty by Elvgren

Oh, darling, let me be honest with you. The last year has been made up of me sitting at my desk on the computer and a heck of lot less time on my feet moving my body. What this has translated to is what you’d expect: less flexibility and a few extra pounds. While I […]

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