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Anxiety, Insecurity, and Procrastination

I recently wrote about the root causes of procrastination.  Many of us procrastinate at one time or another.  We also try to find ways to overcome that particular challenge.  It seems like it should be easy.  After all, there are certainly enough books out there telling us exactly what we need to do to get […]

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Mid-life Crisis or Crisis of Meaning?

We’ve all heard the jokes about that painful period known as the mid-life crisis.  That time when middle-aged men trade in the practical sedan for the convertible, take up sports they couldn’t really play in their twenties, and even quit their jobs looking for the meaning of life.  It’s a quintessential stereotype and the plot […]

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How to Get Your Resolutions Back on Track

We are just finishing up the first week in January.  And if you are like a lot of people, getting back into the swing of daily life is harder than you anticipated.  After all, the holidays are a great time for celebrating life and thinking about things you would like to improve.  Everyone talks about making […]

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Get On With It–Overcoming Procrastination

I’ve been meaning to write this article for a while, but I just haven’t gotten around to it.  Something else always comes up, or like the proverbial squirrel I see that shiny object.  Like many people, I tend to procrastinate.  Even if I know something needs to be done, I seem to be a master […]

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Creating a Mindful, Healthy, and Flourishing Life

Creating A Mindful, Healthy, and Flourishing Life Eight Weeks to a Clearer, Stronger, Happier You Join me for  an eight-week online course for women who want to make their own health and happiness a priority but haven’t allowed themselves  the freedom to do it.  We explore why  we end up at the end of our list, and […]

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