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How to Love Your Life Again After Making
a Major Life Change

How to Love Your Life Again After Feeling Lost

After my divorce, I started dating again. I was surprised to find love again, but the problem was he was a player. We’d dated on and off for seven years.  I had begun working on my life coaching certification. The question each lesson seemed to answer was how to love your life again after a […]

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a Major Life Change

When I Create a Life I Love, Will It Be Perfect?

By Jon Whitcomb

There seems to be this undercurrent of belief that once you create a life you love, each and every day is going to be picture-perfect. Here’s daily life:  You will rise in the morning alert and ready to face the coming day.  You will serenely meditate, get some exercise, and eat a delicious, hand-crafted breakfast. […]

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Create a Life You Love: Decide to Change

By Jim Schaeffing

Sometimes, darling, I know that life feels impossible, immovable and unchangeable. We believe that we are stuck within a circumstance of life. We buy into the belief that you cannot teach an old dog new tricks. And because we see the nubile young bodies and faces on TV shows and in magazines, we believe that […]

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There’s More to the Cup Than Just Coffee

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“…to the soul, the most minute details and the most ordinary activities, carried out with mindfulness and art, have an effect far beyond their apparent insignificance.” –Thomas Moore If you are a friend on Facebook or follower on Instagram, you can’t help but notice that the most often shared part of my life is The […]

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Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

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Once upon a time, I rushed from one moment to the next. The years were marked by milestones.   First Day of School.  Christmas. Vacation. My next business trip. Birthdays.  Attending a Wedding. A romantic weekend in a B&B. A trip to Europe. A concert. But over the last couple of years, I’ve learned  to […]

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45 in 45: A Lifetime of Lessons

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I turned forty-five years old this past week.  This website saw its second birthday, though I’ve been coaching as the main focus of my business life for three years now.  There is something super celebratory in using my own birth-date as the beginning point.  It’s like having my very own fiscal year. My first post […]

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Develop Your Year: Beginning Now

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When 2010 began, I believed it would end up being my worst year ever: my personal life was in shambles, work was stressful, and my mom had been diagnosed with cancer.  Even though I had a several-years-old practice of choosing a word of the year as my focus, with all of the stress in my […]

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Break Your Optional Rules

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In the not-so-distant past, I believed that in order to be loved and to belong in my social world, I needed to twist and contort myself into what people expected me to be. I wore the right clothes (ones that were seasonal and neutral).  I drove the right car in the 90’s (a 4-Door Oldsmobile […]

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Burn Like a Phoenix

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When I was a little girl, I was taught to never play with fire. But what if I told you that I made the biggest leaps in my life by making the decision to walk through fire? Though I’ve talked about the demise of my marriage and how much I love my day-to-day life, I […]

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Your Heart’s Desires: How You Want to Feel

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Let me ask you a question, darling:  do you want to just bounce around in life or do you want to achieve or create something?  I’ll be honest and tell you that nothing is wrong with simply being, but I am guessing that if you were to push aside the fears and the sometimes-mean voice […]

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