Archive | July, 2013

Seven Tips to Get Things Done


(When Your Motivation Got Up and Left) “People often say that motivation doesn’t last. Well, neither does bathing – that’s why we recommend it daily.” –Zig Ziglar When I first made the decision to have a blog associated with my coaching practice, I made a commitment to myself and anyone visiting that I would have […]

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Re-Frame Your World to Create Your Flow


I have this amazing modular closet, with racks and shelves and a built in clothes hamper.  And I love it.  When we moved in, I immediately found a flow for my stuff: dresses on the left, pants on the bottom right, shirts on the top right, folded clothes on the shelves to the left, and shoes […]

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Sixty Kinds of Clutter You Can Ditch Now


Once upon a time, I made the mistake of believing that if I surrounded myself with enough stuff, it would make me feel loved, safe or worthy. I couldn’t make myself ditch anything! I had grown up with the lesson that a new book or a new outfit was the solution to sadness.  I tried […]

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5 Steps to Hopping Off the Merry-Go-Round

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Since I know that confession is (often) good for the soul, here goes:  I haven’t been writing much lately. Yes, I’m still writing a weekly piece for this space.  Yes, I’m still sending a weekly love note to those on my list. But I’ve been telling myself I don’t have time to really dive into […]

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Declare Your Personal Freedom


The Fourth of July holiday in the US always brings to my mind thoughts about freedom. As often tends to happen, my mind tends to connect the dots around those concepts in the big sense of the world and how it applies to us as individuals. Declaration of Independence.  Freedom from persecution. Life, Liberty and […]

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