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Nov 24, 2022

Got pesky household members?  

Last week, we applied the three choices you always have to things you don’t like about your house. But what if the thing you don’t like is a pesky household member? Let’s face it. It’s hard to live with other people! Heck, sometimes I find it hard to live with myself!

So, let’s...


Nov 17, 2022

Do you have so much to do that you have no idea what to do?

I often feel like I have way too much to do. If you’re overwhelmed too, here’s a simple cure for the, “I’ve got too much to do” blues. It starts with the belief that there’s always enough time to do everything your soul wants you to do. Think about...


Nov 10, 2022

Can your troubles help you find purpose in life? 

Last week, we talked about focusing on your soul’s purpose in order to stay balanced during life’s ups and downs. But what if you don’t know what your purpose is? Likely, you’ll find it in your troubles.  

Let’s transcend your troubles by leveraging them to...


Nov 3, 2022

What’s Your Point? 

What do I mean by “What’s your point?” It’s a lesson I learned from spinning ballerinas and balancing yogis.  To spin without falling, a dancer “spots” by focusing on a fixed object as her body turns and whips her head around to see the object each time she rotates....


Oct 27, 2022

Where are you on Maslow’s Hierarchy of needs?   

Maslow believed that people are motivated to act on their needs in priority order: Physiological, Safety, Love/ Belonging, Esteem and Self-Actualization. So, if you don’t have food and water, you’ll seek it even at the expense of your safety. Once you have food...