Tag Archives: authenticity

When is it Good to be Sad?

I woke up feeling sad today. Now, if you’ve read any of my posts, you know I stand for happiness. You know I believe that happiness is not only beneficial to you, but to everyone around you and the world … Continue reading

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Writing is Easy for Me — Except Writing for My Own Benefit

Writing’s always been easy for me, at least since I was a teenager. Yes, I admit it – I was one of those geeks in the sixth grade who adored diagramming sentences.  (I actually remember someone telling me how much he … Continue reading

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Second-Guessing Yourself

I remember being a little girl, and a grownup man asked me, “What do you like to do?” And I said, “I like to have fun.” He didn’t say any words back to me, but made a sound and his … Continue reading

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National Grouch Day!

I don’t know how I let this get by me, but yesterday was National Grouch Day!  How could I have missed such a momentous occasion!? Maybe it’s because I’ve been pretty hard on myself the last few weeks, turning myself … Continue reading

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My Own Focus Wheel

The day after I did my Focus Wheel with Susan (FW with Susan),  I tried to do one for myself.  You may remember that the purpose of the Focus Wheel is to shift one’s belief from a negative, self-defeating one to … Continue reading

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