Monthly Archives: January 2011

When are we teachable?

When are we teachable?  When are we in a place to absorb a life lesson or take a suggestion and use it to our advantage or for our growth? Given that change is rare and likely the hardest work a … Continue reading

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Grateful by default

Life changed amazingly when gratitude increasingly became my default thinking, feeling, and behaving. While I am still growing in this area, I am more often grateful today than I was months ago and years ago. One small but powerful strategy I … Continue reading

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It’s a “THROUGH” thing…

Even if we have been victorious in many challenges in the past, it is not uncommon for us to have some thoughts or feeling while in a new challenge whisper to us that this one is the big deal-buster!  Our head may suggest, “We’ve … Continue reading

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When we leave the past, but it doesn’t leave us.

How about those feelings of the past not leaving us alone?  We try and try to leave the past behind, focus on today, and move forward.  But the instant we close our eyes, or drop our guard, there’s the past … Continue reading

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Welcome

This is a brand new blog focusing on making the most of life in the here and now. Yesterday is gone. As far as today is concerned, much of yesterday never happened. The best thing we can do for our … Continue reading

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