HOW FULL IS YOUR GLASS?

HOW FULL IS YOUR GLASS?

We all know the adage about optimists seeing the glass half full versus pessimists seeing the glass half empty, but does your perspective of the world really make a difference in your everyday life? Not only is the answer YES, but pessimism is a sure fire way of...

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PRESENT NOW IS YOUR “PRESENT” LATER

PRESENT NOW IS YOUR “PRESENT” LATER

You know that feeling when you have more things to do than you have time? Sure, you take a deep breath and charge forward. But sadly, many of us have become accustomed to plowing through our day and to-do lists in this way, with a heaviness and exhaustion to it. Or...

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APRIL BOOK REVIEW

APRIL BOOK REVIEW

The Myths of Happiness: What Should Make You Happy, but Doesn’t, What Shouldn’t Make You Happy, but Does By Sonja Lyubomirsky   As the title so aptly implies we search for happiness in all the wrong ways and places, believing it is a fixed state, just ahead, if...

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OUR WEB OF CONNECTION

OUR WEB OF CONNECTION

Our non-digital network Last weekend my dear friend Rita asked if I would help her move into her new apartment. We have been friends for over 30 years so this was not the first time she has requested my help with moving. The difference this time was that it was not an...

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PERMISSION TO BE HUMAN

PERMISSION TO BE HUMAN

Practicing self-compassion I thought it might be a good idea to write about self-compassion as a follow-up to last month’s blog about change. Maybe you had set some goals or intentions for yourself and now you are not quite where you envisioned yourself to be by now....

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IT’S A CINCH BY THE INCH

IT’S A CINCH BY THE INCH

Reaching your goals one step at a time  In January, it’s natural to look back over the past year, reflecting on what went well and what areas of life need some attention.  At this time many strive toward self-improvement, feeling the hope of a clean slate as we...

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