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Your future is waiting for you.

It’s easy to be blinded by Covid and completely forget to see what a good life you have. Turn on any news broadcast and the world is falling apart.  And it’s easy to believe, just look around you: no restaurants, concerts, sporting events, or real social interaction.  It can feel down right lonely and depressing. […]

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How to move through fear.

Faith is needed when you make the decision to move forward.  This is regardless of the direction you’re headed.  Because the future is unknown.  And that can be very scary…so much so it can hold us back.  So what do you do when you’re paralyzed in fear?  You take a step forward.  That’s it.  Trust […]

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Our future is now.

We only have now.  Our past is gone and our future has not yet arrived.  So to improve ourselves and our life, we must start right where we are.  Your choices today are creating your future, so be wise, be awake and aware of the path you are walking.  You hold the power to create […]

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Grab hold of your life…

I really thought I would have this thing called life all figured out by now.  I mean, I’m half way through my lifetime….you think I’d have learned it all.  But no.  In some ways, I feel like a child again readying myself for more of life’s lessons.  But now, having the full sense of unknowing, […]

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Choose to be bold.

In high school, I did everything I could to fit in.  The idea of walking my own path was just too foreign and too frightening to even consider.  But now as an adult standing perched on the ledge looking at my future, I am clear that fitting in is not going to take me to […]

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Here’s how to make your life easier.

Lately, I’ve lost my focus.  It’s actually worse than that…my life seems completely chaotic and out of control. Have I mentioned I hate not being in control? So, it’s been an uncomfortable few weeks.  But thankfully, I found my cure.  I came across the new and improved Franklin planner.  (Remember those?  Oh how I used […]

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