Monthly Archives: May 2014

The Day It All Changed

This week I was reminded when I was working with a group of clients of how small changes in our lives seem difficult and we resist and push them away. We say to ourselves that it is uncomfortable and we’re … Continue reading

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The Oh So Comfy Shoes

(An allegory for change by Deborah Cripps) I have a pair of comfy shoes, they have been with me for a couple of years. They are looking very sorry for themselves. The heels have worn away and the soles are … Continue reading

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The Walk

One of the things that constantly reinvigorates me physically and emotionally is getting outside for a walk. In some ways it is easy for me because we have two dogs and no matter what the weather, we are obliged (or … Continue reading

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Proud – Heather Small

This is definitely my anthem for change, turn up the volume and enjoy!

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As the old adage goes: You can please some of the people some of the time, all of the people some of the time but you can never please all of the people all of the time. So just stop … Continue reading

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What kind of air are you breathing in? (how to actively avoid the negative)

Originally posted on betweenfearandlove:
I’ve talked a lot about maintaining focus when there are voices of negativity all around. But sometimes it’s really hard to figure out how to actively do that. So today, I thought I would take a…

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It’s A Matter Of Perspective

How you see your problems, depends on how you look at them. (Thanks to the original artist of the cartoon – I love it!)

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