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Because #465

Published on November 27, 2020 Written by

I am strong  because I know my weaknesses  I am beautiful  because I am aware of my flaws  I am brave  because I separate ego from spirit  I am wise  because I’ve learned from my mistakes  I love  because I have felt hate  I can laugh  because I have cried  I have hope  because I have faith  I… View Article

Today, I’ll Start With Gratitude (part 2) #464

Published on November 26, 2020 Written by

When I think of the holidays, I like to imagine that the experience I am having today is a possibility for all.  It’s simple really – Thanks + Giving.  What can you be truly thankful for? Not just quickly thanking someone with a passing platitude but the depth of gratitude that erases all doubt, fear and concern…. View Article

Pondering Travel #462

Published on November 24, 2020 Written by

Like most people, I’ve traveled far less this year than ever in my adult life.   Having been in an airport at a time in history when it’s a secluded space, it’s interesting to experience people’s reactions. They range from “you’re traveling?” to “how is it?” and the tone is variable from dismay to curiosity. Some people ask their question with a… View Article

Refocusing Yourself #461

Published on November 23, 2020 Written by

On the wall above my desk I have a question to focus my attention and remind me of what’s important.  Some days, I’m very present to it and it guides my thinking and actions.   Other days, I seem to be oblivious to it…until something causes me to “see” it again and refocus.  It works 100% of the time and I… View Article

Are You Tired? #460

Published on November 20, 2020 Written by

“You often feel tired, not because you’ve done too much, but because you’ve done too little of what sparks a light in you.”  This was sent during an EOS session as we discussed Delegate and Elevate.® Thanks @ginathorson.  Coincidental? I think not.   If you’re going through the motions, the days are blurred, you’re not finding joy in your work… View Article

Gaining Perspective On 2020 #459

Published on November 19, 2020 Written by

Do you have perspective on your thinking?  One of the most effective ways to gain clarity is to journal. When you do so, you pour your thinking onto a piece of paper and have the ability to observe yourself and your thinking in a way no other practice offers.   There are all kinds of roadblocks that arise… View Article

Suffering Is a Choice #458

Published on November 18, 2020 Written by

How are you thinking of this holiday season? Is it better, worse or the same?  As many of you know, I’m focused and intent on making this year special regardless of circumstance. What I’ve determined is I need to be different with regard to what our traditions mean. It can’t and won’t look the same for our family.   That is not… View Article

Finish Strong, Begin Again #457

Published on November 17, 2020 Written by

It’s amazing to recognize stress leaving your body. When it’s visceral, and when shared with others it’s as if there’s a collective sense of relief, as if you’ve been waiting to exhale.  Following an experience like this, there is space.   Space to create, realign, envision the future and heal.  2020 has been a challenging year to say the least.  … View Article

Who Are They Working For? #456

Published on November 16, 2020 Written by

Think about it. As our world has evolved, we have to be better in new ways.  Working in a more delivery-based world, what I’ve found is service and follow through are at the top of my list.  One of my favorite places to purchase clothing recently sent my purchase to an old address…twice. I’ve ordered from them and fixed my address… View Article

Celebrating The Good Days #455

Published on November 13, 2020 Written by

Do you ever have sleepless nights? Me too, only not all of them are bad.  I awoke early one day last week and decided I should arise rather than try to return to sleep, it just wasn’t working. I wasn’t terribly restless, just done sleeping.   It happens that way when you get the right amounts of what you need,… View Article

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