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Workweek Slobs: Ten Ways to Kick That Habit

Kurt Ard for Saturday Evening Post 1956

I just told a client that confession was good for the soul, so here goes: I’m often a workweek slob. You could walk into my home any Saturday afternoon or Monday morning and you’d find a home that is neat and tidy. But drop by on a Wednesday afternoon, and you’d color yourself surprised at […]

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Routines are Essential to Achieving Your Desires

New Morning Routines Help Acheive Your Goals

We’re firmly into 2016 and I’ve already heard the laments about the loss of excitement for resolutions and discouragement from others that the goals they made a few short weeks ago feel incredibly out of reach. The first place to look before you give up on those goals is your routines, especially your morning routines. […]

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Discover Your Magic Pixie Dust

Magic by Walt Otto

The transition from 2013 to 2014 was different for me. I had evolved light-years from where I was a decade ago, yet knew that there would still be many more miles to go before I took my final sleep. I wanted to more fully occupy who I am on a daily basis. I wanted to […]

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There’s More to the Cup Than Just Coffee


“…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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Seven Tips to Get Things Done


(When Your Motivation Got Up and Left) “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.” –Zig Ziglar When I first made the decision to have a blog associated with my coaching practice, I made a commitment to myself and anyone visiting that I would have […]

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Gypsy Writing, Congruency, and You


I believe that confession is good for the soul, so here’s a personal confession: I have some big goals this year around my writing, yet the first quarter of 2013 was spent with me being a gypsy. Now, while I have a gypsy soul when it comes to the exploration of my deepest desires via […]

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Harnessing the Power of Routines

Harnessing the Power of Routines

Have you been feeling a little stuck?  Are you finding yourself feeling overwhelmed?    I’m going to share with you a great tool for getting unstuck and combating overwhelm: harness the power of nourishing routines. I know, I know.   Just the word “routine” sounds incredibly stiff and inflexible. And the mere suggestion that creating a routine […]

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