Mirrors Don’t Just Hang on the Wall

It’s a rare day when we don’t see our reflection, either in a mirror or a random window as we walk by. We see who we are physically and sometimes we like what we see and think to ourselves...nice, I nailed it today! Other days we look and talk negatively...bad hair...

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Why Growth Hurts So Good

I recently posted on social media about my growth and after a discussion with a friend, I decided to elaborate on it...original post in italics. Growth is a beautiful thing to witness, but it's not an easy process because oftentimes, our biggest growth spurts stem...

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What’s a Tribe and Why You Need One

You know that saying...You are the average of the five people you most associate with? That is why it is SO important to find your tribe. For so long, you’ve been pondering what to do with yourself because you’ve known that you want a change...a new...

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A Few Reasons It’s Important to Have a Coach

So you’ve been hearing everywhere that having a life coach is the hot new thing to do but you’re unsure if you understand why. Maybe that sounds a little bit “woo woo” or you’ve always thought that coaches were just for sports teams and celebrities. So did I...until I...

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Stop Thinking So Much!

Don’t overthink it! I tend to overthink things (and procrastinate), so a few months ago, I listened to the audio version of the book, The 5 Second Rule, by Mel Robbins. She says…. “Hesitation is the kiss of death. You might hesitate for a just nanosecond, but that’s...

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Dayton Marriott to Imogene Pass

I mentioned one of the highlights from my Colorado Trip...the Imogene Pass adventure. It’s a run that goes from the town of Ouray, up over the pass, ending in Telluride. I’ve wanted to traverse this terrain ever since I learned of it, over 15 years ago, while living...

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Solar Eclipse or Eklutz?

Ok...this one’s a little longer, but it’s not a heavy topic...it’s fun, so enjoy! Monday was all about the solar eclipse, in fact it’s been about the solar eclipse for quite some time, right? Lots of hype and preparation as people traveled to be in the right spot on...

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Hit the Road

So often I sit waiting for that perfect time to go somewhere or do something, only to watch the calendar year flip over and over. I try to coordinate with the chaos of others’ schedules, resulting in no plan and settling for that hope of some day. I’ve even gone so...

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What Light?

I’ve alluded to this before, but it’s taken me a long time to feel fully able to be who I am, without the constraints of what others think. It’s sometimes been a struggle because we go through stages in life when inclusion seems so important for whatever reason....

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Changing Course

Around Christmas, I wrote a blog about not having kids. Although similar, this is more like a follow-up or a progress report because I’m in a much better place now. If you haven’t read it, the gist is that after chasing family through my twenties and thirties, I’ve...

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Just Decide

In my last blog, I talked about distractions, keeping it simple, downsizing and living a more minimalist life. I discussed mostly, physical clutter and having too much stuff, but what about our mental clutter? At some point, I would say we’ve all had those periods of...

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Less Please

How in the world is it April? How has it been almost 3 months since I brought home my puppy...Miss Kylie Fay. Needless to say, she’s been occupying a great deal of my time, but has been a most adorable distraction! Distractions tend to be my nemesis. It's not like I...

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