Who Do You Want to Be in 2015?

With 2015 just a few days away I started to think about Resolutions.  What I want to stop or start doing in the coming year… ignoring the fact that I’ve never been able to keep one for 365 days.


I can hear my mom’s voice in my head “Doing the same thing over and over again, and expecting a different outcome is the definition of crazy.”

…so this year I’m doing something differently.

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4 Steps to Trusting……


What would change if you truly trusted in this?

I recently received a beautiful gift from a dear friend of mine of 20+ years, Sylvia.  It’s a simple journal called Live In Wonder with quotes and thought provoking questions.

Today’s quote prompted this post.

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Create A “Not Doing” List

This time of year I feel a lot of pressure on my time.

I know I’m not alone based on yesterday’s Globe and Mail article by Adriana Braton called The 70% Solution.

It’s a crazy time of year. 

We are living our already full regular day-to-day lives then loading on the holiday traditions, commitments, responsibilities, etc….: decorating, hanging lights, parties, gingerbread houses, planning for, buying and mailing presents…….

Do you have more to add? 


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Thinking of Others Fuels Your Success

Last week was challenging.  Filled with highs and lows. 

Highs from the different events and great groups of women I spoke to, to lows from feeling frustrated by the pace at which I am moving towards my goals.

I find it’s so easy to feel like you are in a rut. 

Feeling sorry for ourselves, frustrated, anxious, angry, etc…. The feelings that don’t add any value to help us get to where we want to go.

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What are you tolerating?

No matter who I speak with, at work or in life, the common consensus is “Life is BUSY!”  Children or no children, we seem to fill our time.

My days are full with to dos but what I’m noticing is all of the wasted time.

I’m talking about the things that are consuming my time because I haven’t been bothered to deal with them.

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