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My personal prayer to you.

I’ve always looked at July 1st as the beginning of Summer and the halfway point of the year.  So to me, it’s the perfect day to reflect and remember these truths: life is good, we have everything we need, and to give thanks.  Gratitude is a spark.  It can and will create goodness in your […]

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Use this gift of time to go higher.

These are challenging and scary times.  And yet, this circumstance also brings opportunity for more love, creativity, and personal growth.  You can decide to watch the news all day and start the inevitable tumble down the rabbit hole, or you can choose to stand up and do something helpful for your soul, well being, and […]

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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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Failure is a good thing.

How many times have you walked away from something for fear of failure?  But what if….just if, that failure is your next step?  The step to your next chapter.  Your next success?  Failure happens to anyone who tries.  Who puts themselves out there.  Who is LIVING LIFE.  Failure can be the best thing to ever […]

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Is life going by too fast?

My husband just celebrated a milestone birthday yesterday which lead us into a discussion about time.  Time is the only thing you can’t buy.  No matter how big your bank account, you get 24 hours just like everyone else.  And as we age, it seems like time goes by faster.  So how do we slow […]

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Are you brave?

Katie Couric posted this on LinkedIn yesterday.  Isn’t a great saying?  It reminds us to lighten up and not expect perfection.  As adults we tend to stay away from new things. We’re too concerned with failure or embarrassment.  But we can’t grow if we don’t try something new.  Playing small to be comfortable and “safe” […]

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