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Brain Bleach


I took a short vacay from writing over the holidays and decided to totally immerse myself in the reasons for the season and to be totally present for the people I love most in the world.   578 more words

All Kinds Of Advice

Set boundaries for self care

Why are boundaries important for self care?

  • Boundaries are a signal that you are choosing to be deliberate about your plans and goals. When you do not have or honor your boundaries, you risk being pulled in random directions.
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Revolutionary Self Care

Are You Living Your Life on Your Terms?

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To me this powerful message is not about Christmas, it is about evaluating if you are really living your life on your terms and feel satisfied with your decisions and your life. 164 more words

Finding Peace

'Tis the Season

Yesterday I went out for a Thanksgiving dinner to a very nice restaurant (there were a great many open, but this was the only one that said a cancelled reservation would allow them to seat our party of three), where every table was filled with happy patrons, and an excellent chef and kitchen staff prepared some wonderful food, a delightful waitstaff brought out our meals quickly and pleasantly, the service staff kept tables cleared and dishes clean, and the managers oversaw everything with efficiency, good humor, and a warm and welcoming attitude. 862 more words


The Power of "No"

Do you ever feel a knot of resentment building inside of you when someone asks you to do something and you feel you have no choice but to say yes? 832 more words

Personal Growth

Remove Your Label

This is beautiful and true. So very well done. 

If you want help removing your label consider buying my book on Amazon, Me and My Shadow, move from Fear and Control to Love and Freedom… 121 more words


It is 10 o'clock in the morning, on October the 24th, if you want to know.

There’s this adage about how when you ask God for patience, he puts a bunch of annoying stuff in your life to test your patience. I guess the general idea is that virtues don’t magically plop down from the sky so much as grow, sometimes slowly and painfully, through experience. 803 more words