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Better Than Perfect

If you’ve been following my blog, you may be aware that I haven’t been feeling my best this past week. I’ve been bedridden for the better part of the past three days. Each day, more “mess” has accumulated in my house. My brain defaults to

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When It Rains, It Pours

When it rains, it pours. I’ve been thinking about this saying a lot today. The meaning behind it? When something good or bad occurs, it usually occurs more than once and often within a short period of time. (Thanks Dictionary.com!) I’ve been “under the weather”

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When History Repeats Itself

I have a problem with my ears that repeats itself every 2-3 years since my early 20s. This past weekend I had to deal with it again, and when I checked in at the Urgent Care, the guy helping me commented that it was the

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Check Your Reason

There’s a lot of talk in the self-help world about “finding your why” and having a “compelling reason.” This is something that used to hang me up, because I felt like my “why” and my “compelling reasons” were pretty important to me, and yet, they

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It’s Never Working Until the Moment It Is

This isn’t working. It’s never going to work. What’s the point? (AKA, There’s no point.) This is hopeless. I can’t do this. Do you ever have apathetic or hopeless feeling thoughts such as these when it comes to your current goals? I sure have. And

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To the Night Owl

Do you identify as a night owl? According to my Google search, a night owl is “a person who is habitually active or wakeful at night.” Someone who “keeps late hours at night” or who “tends to stay up late into the night.” This has

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What Do You Have Time For?

So many of us get caught in feeling like we don’t have enough time. Then we spend time thinking about all the things we don’t have time to do. We procrastinate doing the important things and we distract ourselves from getting those those things done.

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Complimenting Others Without Putting Ourselves Down

Something I’ve been hyper aware of lately (probably because it’s something I’ve been working on within myself), is when we offer a complement to someone that includes a comparison to ourselves. It might sound something like this… My husband is so much more confident than

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Better Than Perfect

If you’ve been following my blog, you may be aware that I haven’t been feeling my best this past week. I’ve been bedridden for the better part of the past three days. Each day, more “mess” has accumulated in my house. My brain defaults to

Read More »

When It Rains, It Pours

When it rains, it pours. I’ve been thinking about this saying a lot today. The meaning behind it? When something good or bad occurs, it usually occurs more than once and often within a short period of time. (Thanks Dictionary.com!) I’ve been “under the weather”

Read More »

When History Repeats Itself

I have a problem with my ears that repeats itself every 2-3 years since my early 20s. This past weekend I had to deal with it again, and when I checked in at the Urgent Care, the guy helping me commented that it was the

Read More »

Check Your Reason

There’s a lot of talk in the self-help world about “finding your why” and having a “compelling reason.” This is something that used to hang me up, because I felt like my “why” and my “compelling reasons” were pretty important to me, and yet, they

Read More »

It’s Never Working Until the Moment It Is

This isn’t working. It’s never going to work. What’s the point? (AKA, There’s no point.) This is hopeless. I can’t do this. Do you ever have apathetic or hopeless feeling thoughts such as these when it comes to your current goals? I sure have. And

Read More »

To the Night Owl

Do you identify as a night owl? According to my Google search, a night owl is “a person who is habitually active or wakeful at night.” Someone who “keeps late hours at night” or who “tends to stay up late into the night.” This has

Read More »

What Do You Have Time For?

So many of us get caught in feeling like we don’t have enough time. Then we spend time thinking about all the things we don’t have time to do. We procrastinate doing the important things and we distract ourselves from getting those those things done.

Read More »

Complimenting Others Without Putting Ourselves Down

Something I’ve been hyper aware of lately (probably because it’s something I’ve been working on within myself), is when we offer a complement to someone that includes a comparison to ourselves. It might sound something like this… My husband is so much more confident than

Read More »