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Getting Your Life on Track

How do porcupines make love?

You know the punchline: Very carefully.

And yet, they obviously are committed to the task.

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Do you suppress certain emotions and in so doing, fail to experience life fully? If so, you are not being true to yourself.

What about you? Is that how you live your life? Are you so careful in how you love and live so that you don’t experience emotional pain that you also don’t feel joy?

If that’s your solution, is it really keeping you from feeling pain, or is it keeping you mired in pain and unable to feel joy?

Are you ready to commit to a better relationship with yourself and with others? Are you ready to get your life on track? Continue reading


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Flyin’ High

We have to be mindful of all of the details of our lives – the schedules that must be juggled, competing deadlines and

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Keep an eye what is happening around you, but keep your focus on your long-term goals.

priorities that must be met, previously made commitments that are now hard to keep. It’s easy to get caught up in the everyday minutiae and lose sight of the horizon Continue reading


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Has Anyone Seen My Toothbrush?

Apart from the birth of a child, I can think of no voluntary action more disruptive than moving. Nothing throws you out of your routine faster than having to search for every

When our expectations are disrupted, our way of seeing things can change.

When our expectations are disrupted, our way of seeing things can change.

single item you want, or having to remember in what cupboard, drawer or closet you have put it.

You know exactly what it is like.

Have you ever thought about how moving represents a total break in your routine, and as such, it is more than disruptive, it is also  invigorating? Continue reading

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