Archive | June, 2013

Ditch Summertime Blues for Summer Love

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Hello, darling.  How is the summer treating you?  If you’re like many folks, summertime brings around thoughts of vacations, ditching routines, and longings for bikini-ready bodies.    Personally, I’ve been awash with sensory memories. The early morning cooing of the doves and the smell of rain on hot concrete remind me of summers with my […]

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Lather. Rinse. Repeat.

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Once upon a time, I rushed from one moment to the next. The years were marked by milestones.   First Day of School.  Christmas. Vacation. My next business trip. Birthdays.  Attending a Wedding. A romantic weekend in a B&B. A trip to Europe. A concert. But over the last couple of years, I’ve learned  to […]

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The Voice of Logic is Sometimes Fear

Second Thoughts by Gil Elvgren

I would love to tell you that I am always the “Courage Whisperer”.  It isn’t that I’m fearless.  Or that I’ve completely mastered all my fears.  Or so sure of myself that I am no longer feel uncertain or vulnerable. Or any kind of mastery of fear. It’s just that, over the years, I’ve many […]

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My Secret Sauce for a Life You Love

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Darling, are you tired of colliding thoughts? Do you feel as if your passions have been buried under layers and layers of existing? Are you so overwhelmed with “to-dos” that you don’t have time to acknowledge what you really desire? Are you channeling Scarlett O’Hara and vowing to think about what you really want tomorrow? […]

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