Reader Challenge: Write Your Creed

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  “We don’t see the world as it is, we see it as we are.” —Anaïs Nin   You will live out what you believe I’ve said it before on this blog (in fact, the very last blog post) and I’m saying it again because I promise you that it’s true: you will live out […]

Make The Whole Beautiful

Why You Need To Make The Whole Beautiful

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  She could never go back Once upon a time, there was a girl who fell in love. She thought he was the one, even though sometimes a little voice inside her told her that there was something not quite right about him. She said yes when he asked her to marry him, not knowing […]

The Best Advice I Ever Got

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  In his amazing book, The Big Leap (read it, you won’t be disappointed), Gay Hendricks writes that each of us is 100% of a person so each of us is 100% responsible for our own lives. The best advice I ever got Well, sometimes we all just need a kick in the pants. So I’m […]

10 Things To Do Instead Of Worrying

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So last week’s post was about why you need to stop worrying. You know, we all need a day off. That includes a day off from worrying. Here’s a list (inspired by another lovely blogger, Amy Young Miller) of some things you could choose to do instead.   Practical: 1. Make a list. Write down […]

Why You Need To Quit Worrying

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  “WORRY: a. to assail with rough or aggressive attack or treatment: torment; b. to subject to persistent or nagging attention or effort; c. to afflict with mental distress or agitation: make anxious, strangle, choke; d. to move, proceed, or progress by unceasing or difficult effort: struggle.” ~Merriam-Webster Dictionary Well, I’m a big believer in […]

One Wild Life ~ 21 Random Acts Of Kindness

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  Okay, well maybe not so random (because I knew everybody involved), but another lovely blogger, Dawn Mena, gave a challenge to her readers to handwrite notes to people because it’s so much more meaningful & personal to the recipient. The challenge was to do 5. So I started, did my 5, & had such […]