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Confessions About Clutter

2017 has already brought me positive change. I started a new job on January 3 (more about that in an upcoming post), I am continuing to work with my fabulous life and career coaching clients, I am back at the … Continue reading

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What is CIMO?

Many articles have been written about FOMO: the Fear Of Missing Out. I recently read a piece on JOMO: the Joy of Missing Out. That one was written for Introverts like me. While I don’t suffer from FOMO, I don’t … Continue reading

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How I’m curing myself of “all or nothing” thinking

I suffer from “all or nothing” thinking, which I believe to be a form of perfectionism. If I don’t have time to clean the entire house in one session, I’ll not clean at all. If a day full of meetings … Continue reading

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Thou Shalt Not Should

I have this thing about the word should. I hate it. When I tell myself I should do something, I’m guilting myself. And I rarely respond favorably to guilt. I’m better at doing things I want to do because those … Continue reading

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My 2015: A Year of Hits and…

I was going to title this post “A Year of Hits and Misses,” but I think it was actually a year of hits and a few pretty good swings that didn’t quite connect with the ball. I like to spend … Continue reading

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Why I’m Group Coaching about Holiday Stress

As I mentioned in an earlier post, I’ve designed a group coaching class for people who want to reclaim their holiday joy and reduce the stress. This three-week class was inspired by one of my coaching clients. Last year she … Continue reading

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A Mini-release

Last week hubs was a speaker at a conference in Phoenix and I got to tag along. I had many interesting experiences and I’ll share some of them in upcoming posts. For today, I’d like to tell you about landing … Continue reading

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Pomp and Circumstance

Last month I submitted documents requesting graduate status from my advanced coaching program. Earlier this month I learned I had successfully completed all of the requirements. I graduated! Today happens to be my 54th birthday. One of my first thoughts … Continue reading

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My 9/11 Remembrance

Considering today is an anniversary of horror and sadness, my morning gave me so much joy. I am a member of the American Rose Society. The society encourages its members to give away roses on September 11 and to decorate … Continue reading

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August Break 2015: Day 1

I’m taking a break. I learned of August Break 2015 this morning from my friend, Brian who blogs over at Simple Us. He in turned learned about it here.  In short, bloggers who need to take a break will simply … Continue reading

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