You Gotta Want It

As a naturally introspective person, I’m continually drawn to personality indicators, and anything that will help me gain more insight into the way I’m wired. The Myers-Brigs Type Indicator was literally a lifesaver. I didn’t discover I was an introvert until my early thirties. Knowing I wasn’t crazy, just an introvert in a world pushing…

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No Excuses Needed, It’s Nap Season

We’re not yet two weeks into the new year, and I’m already seeing posts of people shaming themselves with confessions of failing miserably to follow through on resolutions. This is why I don’t make resolutions. We don’t stick to them. Then we feel like failures. It’s good that we can be open about our lack…

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Simplify

  Simplify. To slow down, pare down, calm down. I often feel overwhelmed with all the “stuff.” Too much information on the web. I want to stay informed and educated, but I can’t read every article, every post, every tweet. Too many things. I enjoy my books, clothes, travel mementos, but sometimes I feel suffocated…

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To Begin . . .

  As I stand at the threshold of a new year, I contemplate what it represents – the portal to an open road of fresh starts, a chance to “get it right” this time. Resolutions seem to have fallen out of fashion, being replaced with intentions. Perhaps we’re making intentions now because we’ve tried and…

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