Archive | July, 2014

Stalled? Change one thing

Stalled, stuck, and procrastinating? Take heart, there is always a new day. There is always a new door to try. We, humans, want to be our better selves, we really do, but sometimes we get in our own way. Or we are just too comfy to let go of the old patterns. Or, like shiny […]

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Midsummer musings

Like everyone else in the world, I have more than enough to do. In fact, I have two very big projects staring me in the face. Both require some tenacity and creativity. And this makes my current state of s-l-o-w more than interesting. My RPM’s keep decelerating. I could even say I am a bit […]

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In defense of hope

I love research professor and scholar Brené Brown, Ph.D., LMSW, for all of her important and excellent work around vulnerability, shame, and perfectionism. She is smart, funny, a great presenter (check out her TED talk) and a fellow Texan, but this small quote, attributed to Brown, bugs me: “Hope is a function of struggle.” ~Brené […]

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