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Minor changes, major delight

I’ve been looking for ways to approach personal growth– actually, the whole of my life–with more ease, lightness of being, and self-compassion in the upcoming year. Though I’ll readily state that I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions, the spirit of the season has nonetheless made an impression: Within the last 36 hours, I’ve taken a […]

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we look with uncertainty

Crossing the threshold

We look with uncertainty to the year ahead. But if we wrap our lives around life-giving questions — and live our way into their answers a bit more every day — the better world we want and need is more likely to come into being. – Parker Palmer   I’m so grateful that in 2014 […]

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Gratitude in all things

Something really surprising came to light in my family yesterday. So our Thanksgiving gathering will be very different than originally expected. And it is really going to be ok. Painful, but ok. After all, pain is an inevitable part of life. As are unrealized expectations. As my dad pointed out this morning, I’ve changed a lot. […]

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Neither sleet nor snow

One of the reasons I chose this gorgeous blue paint color and bought the beautiful birds and branches decal to go on the office wall behind my desk (see photo below) is so that when I am working with clients via Skype their view is as lovely as possible. Even in the winter we can […]

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Inhabit

Are you inhabiting your life? Create the life you want. Be the person you seek. Pack in so much clarity, connection and joy that there is absolutely no room for bewilderment, abandonment and melancholy. Does your heart sing when you read this but you don’t know how to get started?  Give me a call. We […]

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Magical

We have this really magical thing happening over here. It’s what we hoped would happen when we started bringing women to the same place at the same time – ♥ women who own businesses and have started non-profits ♥ women who want to own a business, but don’t yet know how or when ♥ women who make creative […]

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Turn around

I have few distinct memories from my very early childhood but I do remember one in particular: My mother looking at me with tears running down her cheeks, with Judy Collins on the record player in the background, singing Turn Around. Did I imagine this?  I don’t think so. Regardless, I know that my mom […]

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