Choice, Change and Control It’s All Up To You

Today was a day of changing my mind, of making choices, and acknowledging where I have control. A lot can happen in one day if we choose to keep a nimble and open mind. It can keep things fresh, gives us unexpected choices  and keep us moving forward. When I awoke...

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A Year Of Writing And Learning

As we approach the end of 2016 I can proudly say that I have successfully completed my first year of writing for the blog,and achieved a whole lot of learning. Enough writing to generate a top 10 list and more importantly the chance to learn how to give you...

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Why Your Version of Life Matters

In this thing we call life, each of us is meant to create our own version.  What we pull out of it, what we express and put into the world is different because we are different. Inspiration, admiration and motivation can find us just about anywhere. Recently I found...

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How To Use Failure As A Teacher

Of the many things I wish I had learned younger and better is how to use failure as a teacher, instead of considering it a personal weakness. Let's face it, from the moment we enter school, and sometimes before, the last thing we want to do is “fail” . “Fear,...

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Your Life As A Movie

If you pictured your life as a movie, would it be easier to see the patterns and decide exactly what you needed to do to get to the best, most satisfying resolution? When we watch a movie, we expect conflict. In fact without it, the movie would be boring with no real...

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Making Way For Changing Traditions

One of the hardest parts of any change is making peace with traditions. Traditions are a wonderful way to mark the various holidays and occasions. But often, people forget that as their lives change, it is reasonable to expect that the traditions will too. Traditions...

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How To Live An Inspired Life

Spencer West, Maria P. and you, living inspired lives, or at the least, the potential to do so. Rarely do we link our life stories with those who have gained international, or even local attention. We see our lives as separate and with nothing in common to those...

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