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Discovering Your Purpose leads to Discovering Your Principles

John Stuart Mill was a 19th century British philosopher and economist who championed the importance of creating and living a purposeful life. He came upon his meaningful life from astonishing circumstances. 397 more words

Purposeful Life

2.9.2016 ~ Bahahaha! You want MY advice????

I find it absolutely hilarious at times that anyone would intentionally seek advice from me. Sure, at first glance, I’ve got myself pretty together. I live in the beautiful state of California in my own place (a feat, in and of itself, my friends!), I travel extensively, I spend an exorbitant amount of time with the people that I love and who love me, and I have an excellent career that affords me the ability to have the kind of lifestyle that I enjoy. 631 more words

Curves 101

Edit-The Path to Consistency

2016 is about consistency.  Purposing to be “unchanging in achievement or effect over a period of time.”  It is a struggle.  I so often know the things to do, yet do not do them. 574 more words

Planning

It's Not an Overnight Transition

I’ve been thinking about my retirement transition a bit lately to understand if I’m done transitioning.   I like being able to check things off as being done. 371 more words

Means of living, desire to live.

Nothing like an eight-hour working shift in a government institution to remind me of what most people consider “a real job.”

Being in Watercolor class — it really makes me want to work with this medium, more.  1,198 more words

Art

Moving From Stuck in Life to Taking Action Using LifeMap

“Stop setting goals. Goals are pure fantasy unless you have a specific plan to achieve them.”
– Stephen Covey

If you’ve ever tried to change your life plans or to create some direction in life it can be really frustrating. 179 more words

LifeMap

Schedules, Daily Habits & White Space

Does the above set of pictures make you cringe?  Do feel the tension in your body building?  For so many of us, the idea of living by a schedule, sitting down to determine when we will do what, feels confining, makes us uncomfortable.   724 more words

Living The Full Life