Tag: The Decision To CHANGE

How move toward abundance.

Making Good Decisions: Separating Your Future From Your Past “And the best way to predict your future, is to create it.” – Abraham Lincoln Are you happy, satisfied, fulfilled with where you are in life right now? Do you feel like you are living life abundantly, or are you living in a state of scarcity?…
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New Year, New You/ Hot Mess or Class Act

It’s New Year’s Eve!  I know, I’m stating the obvious, but I do so for a reason. The occasion can bring up some strong emotions for people. Among them: Happiness about accomplishments Regret for things undone Sadness for those no longer with us Anticipation for a great year ahead Hopelessness thinking nothing will get better…
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Actions Speak Louder Than Words

I bet you know someone who is often talking about what they are going to do – and yet… they aren’t doing it.  We all know people like this.  The person who talks about Wanting to lose weight – yet, they sit on the couch eating candy Wanting to save money or be debt free…
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Emotional Rollercoasters

I know several people who seem to be up and down, emotionally, throughout the course of a single day – and in any given week, they run the full gamut of emotions and are just all over the board. It seems that these folks are responding to every situation in their lives. The way they…
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I can’t do it

There are many people with issues I would like to help them with. But ya know what? I can’t. Oh, coming from a life coach, that doesn’t sound very encouraging, does it? Let me explain… As a life coach, friend, mom, et al, I can suggest, encourage, direct, and even give someone the stink-eye, but…
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People Watching

Sitting in an airport after visiting my parents in Florida. I must admit, it was tough to leave the beautiful sunshine at the beach. I told my dad, “I could do this all day,” as we were walking the beach one last time before heading to the airport. When I’m walking the beach, I am…
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In the out door

Do you ever try to exit a building, through the exit door, only to have to wait for people coming IN the out door to clear the doorway? I actually watched someone walk past the entrance to go in the out door. What is up with that? I’ll admit, I have been accused of being…
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Music and emotion

People enjoy all different kinds of music. Many of us change our preferred music as we go through the changes of life. Personally, I was into Rock & Roll, then Disco, then Pop, then Country, and now Contemporary Christian music. I never had any interest in Grunge, Punk, Rap, or Heavy Metal. I know there…
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April is always my passion month

It seems like every month highlights at least a dozen different causes. I have four things I am passionate about. • Military Families • Autism Early Education • Hurting Teens/Twenty-somethings • Encouraging others The month of April has (among others)… • Autism Awareness • Month of the Military Child • Child Abuse Prevention The month…
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Don’t Bend Over

I recently had some skin cancer removed from my forehead. It was small on the surface and I am fine, but it left a pretty big hole. They stitched it up and told me, “Don’t bend over, exercise, or lift anything heavier than 10 pounds, for a week.” WHAT? Have you ever realized how many…
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