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Develop Your Year: Beginning Now


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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9 Ways to Preserve Your New Year’s Focus

New Year

Happy First Week of January, my darling.  How are you? We are officially past the holidays, and the task at hand is to settle back into the normal rhythm of life after the excitement of the holiday season. Some of you may welcome the return to routines.  Some of you may be giddy with the […]

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Love Your Life: 17 Ways to Ditch a Funk

Love Your Life: 17 Ways to Ditch a Funk

It’s the holiday season. Our stockings have been hung by the chimney with care. We have decked our halls. My holiday linens and dishes have been pulled from storage to grace my table, and my porcelain nativity has been placed under one of the Christmas trees.  There is something about this time of year that […]

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When You’re Feeling Burned Out: Play

when youre feeling burned out play

I have a confession: I’m feeling burned out these days. Please don’t get me wrong or think I’m complaining. It’s just a big dash of vulnerability and honesty. See, I adore my clients from the depths of my toes to the top of my head.  My time with them feels like play.  I’ve always been […]

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The Art of Play

The Art of Play

I spent a chunk of last week wallowing in crankiness.  I wanted to pick fights and complain.  Deep down, I knew what the problem was, but I came up with all kinds of excuses, mostly surrounding the need to work harder and get back into the swing of non-travel routine.  What was my problem?  I […]

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