Figuring Out The Art of Re-Invention

It’s really difficult to come back from some of the crazy, curve ball black eyes we get in life sometimes. Throughout most of my life, I was able to bounce back from just about anything. I never worried, I didn’t ever second guess myself. I was always positive that the “next thing”, that proverbial opening […]

Finding Your Childhood Audacity

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Or… Remembering Your Inner 10 Year Old’s Bravery. Do you remember your first lemonade stand? I do. Vividly. Where I grew up, we had well water. An Artesian Well, which to me always sounded so sophisticated. Our runoff went into the creek across the street, while my neighbor’s runoff came out of a pipe at […]

6 Appealing Thoughts on Minimalism

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I will absolutely admit that the idea of switching to a “minimalist” lifestyle does have a strong appeal to me. I spent much of my life living in a home that had all sorts of chotchkies, dishes on display (two to three sets of “fancy” dishes, plus the “everyday” set in the cabinet!), lots of […]

My Not-So-Official, Official Story

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After a recent thread in the ProBlogger Community about a member who was having trouble working his “About Me” page, I decided I need to do some restructuring with my own sections of this site. In doing that, I’m writing this post because where I came from to be where I am today is sort […]

About Letting Go and Making Room in My Life

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Note: This post is inspired by recent events in my own life, but also by Chris Brogan. I adore Chris, and am grateful to watch him do his own letting go in favor of making room in his life. You deserve it, Chris! I’ve had a crazy couple of weeks. I spoke to a room […]