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Stepping Outside of My Comfort Zone

Stepping Outside of My Comfort Zone

All my life the path forward has felt unclear. To be honest, I’ve always felt a little lost. 
But somehow I land safely. 
And most of the time I land in the most unexpected, most beautiful, and spectacular of places, with the most AMAZING people. 

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A Letter to my Saboteurs:

A Letter to my Saboteurs:

My dear beleaguered saboteurs,

First and foremost,  I wish to say thank you.  I know that this letter finds you in fine fettle.  I apologize for not writing to you individually, but as I know that you share everything,  I thought this would be beneficial.  I promise you that I will address you all in turn, as we move forward.   

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Grief and the Holidays

Grief and the Holidays

While the holidays can be a cause for reunion and celebration, they may also be a reminder that those, who were close to you, are no longer present. While it is normal and natural to miss their absence, here are a few suggestions to help you cope with your grief during the holiday season.

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IT’S THE HAP-HAPPIEST SEASON OF ALL

IT’S THE HAP-HAPPIEST SEASON OF ALL

Christmas begins when I hear the carols blasting in the stores and the seasonal decorations arrive on the shelves in mid-November.

You’re either the one who rolls their eyes and mumbles distaste under your breath or you’re the one clapping a yippee in anticipation.

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My Always Empty Bucket List

My Always Empty Bucket List

As we slid down the steep, narrow streets of Funchal on the island of Madeira in a wicker basket, I thought for a moment about my bucket list.

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Finding Centre

Finding Centre

Oddly enough, it sometimes takes all of these symptoms working in unison to get me to recognize that I need to stop. It’s time! I have to put away my computer AND my cell phone. Turn off that latest course and shut down my ongoing Sudoku game.

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Overcoming Overwhelm

Overcoming Overwhelm

Today is a day when I feel like things are out of control. 
I’m overwhelmed.
I know exactly when this is happening. 
I get butterflies in my stomach, tense muscles, swirling thoughts, a headache (or brain ache as I like to call it), and often I have a fear of impending doom.

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The Power of ‘What If’?

The Power of ‘What If’?

Where does your mind go when someone asks you to contemplate “What if?” I’m guessing you went to “what if I had taken that job?”, “What if I hadn’t left my partner?” or some other similar past decisions. As humans we often turn to the past, unpacking our regrets, large and small, turning them over and over, going down the rabbit hole reliving our past choices, grieving, being stuck in the past, and having a challenge with moving on.

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The Science of Manifestation

The Science of Manifestation

As humans in the 21st century, we are regularly bombarded with millions of bits of information that are biological, sensory, cognitive, or emotional in nature. Our brain is pretty good at parsing out those few pieces of information that are of particular value to us. It first looks to ensure our bodies are safe.

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How Being Invisible Made Me More Visible

How Being Invisible Made Me More Visible

It seems like an oxymoron; being invisible to become more visible.

In a culture where FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) runs rampant and digital marketing seems to be teaching that more is better … more emails, more posts, focusing on pain points more … it might seem risky and illogical to take a “less is more” approach to visibility.

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