The Journey


Journey from Low Self-Esteem

Woman Having Metal Chain Around NeckThere is always so much going on, and if we’re not careful our esteem can take a hit – whether it’s the media, naysayers, self-sabotage or unhealthy relationships. What do you believe about yourself? Have you allowed someone to tell you who you are and who you are not? Continue reading

Stress & the Stoic

Release StressMy normal personality is cool, calm, collected – nothing really gets to me.

Well, in a recent doctor’s visit, I found out this is not always good.

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Appreciating Your Professional Circle

Professional CircleMany of you probably have professionals assisting you in accomplishing various tasks – whether it’s legal, real estate, accounting, insurance – personal or business. It’s great to have people who are experts in their field as a part of your life team.

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Don’t Forget to Have Fun!

img_0033Have you taken time to have fun lately?

Personally, I’m in serious mode a lot.  And right now, school is taking a lot of my time. But I’ve decided it’s important to make sure I continue to have time to relax — to make sure I’m not unduly stressed.

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Old Thinking vs ‘New’ Doors

IMG_20160229_153212Earlier this year, I was checking out a venue and this was on the bathroom door.

Without even checking the door, I went to reception to ask for the code to get in.  Guest what?  There was no code; it was already unlocked.

Things are not always as they appear.

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Don’t Be A Clone

Many times people run after the next shiny thing — copying what everyone else is doing . . .from standing in long lines overnight for the next greatest product to self-injury chasing Pokemon.  Apparently, the answer to the age-old question: ‘if Billy jumps off a 20-story building would you do it to’ is a resounding yes.

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Get Rid of the Holes . . . Void the Voids

Being a “yes” woman, repeated unhealthy relationships, workaholic tendencies . . .   These can be hardly noticeable patterns, and most times they develop because there’s something missing – a void.  However, the solution is almost never external.

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