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Why *six* reasons to never give up? Good question! Honestly, the title just came to me and I followed it. I am an intuitive, it’s what I do. 😉 Why “crazy?” Because each one requires at least a little stretching … Continue reading
Over the course of this year, it seems like every time I begin to think about writing a new post, some new and ever more dreadful catastrophe occurs…. Throwing everything into a tilt-a-whirl of chaos, pain, and confusion — leaving … Continue reading
I dislike conflict. I avoid drama. Historically, my goal has been to keep everyone as happy as possible in order to maintain harmony. I used to be called “Switzerland” by my friends because I was so good at staying neutral. … Continue reading
I know it’s holiday season and we’re all mad busy so I’ll make this short. Today is the Winter Solstice. The day where the darkness over-powers the light. Many of us may feel extra tired or worn down; perhaps feeling … Continue reading
I am not about politics. I am about people. Though in the end politics comes down to people. So I guess you could say that I am about the politics of what makes people tick. Particularly what makes us tick so that we can attain and maintain peace and harmony. Continue reading
I don’t think I’ll ever be finished figuring out how to improve my life.
And at 47, I still don’t think I’ve “peaked” yet… I still feel have time to get it right.
I know this could either be cute or ridiculous (or both) but it’s true.
Of course, “improve” is a relative and strictly personal assessment.