Posts Tagged ‘theme’

Life at Forty

If you had asked me, as a child, what my life would look like at 40, I would have had absolutely no clue. That was too far away for me to visualize. If you had asked me at 20, I would have been 100% sure that I would be married with children and a solid…

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Laying the foundation for 2015

Each year, as I review the previous 12 months, I identify what didn’t work. My theme for the coming year often reflects this as I aim to correct the issues and fill in the gaps. As I have said, 2014 was, for me, directionless. I had no theme, no goals, no real plan – and…

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Happy New Year to Me!

[Confession: I sat down and wrote this post a week ago and WordPress ate it. No explanation, it just vanished into cyberspace without me being able to publish it. It took me a week to work up the energy to write it again, and it has lost something. Still worth a read, though.] As I…

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The end is near

I don’t even know how it’s possible that 2014 is nearly over. I won’t pretend that I’m not happy. 2014 has been a ridiculously difficult year. But now there’s only 3 months left. So what’s a girl to do besides figure out how to get through the next 3 months. For several years, I have…

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All the nuts and bolts

So if you’d visited my site in the past, then you know that it is quite different. I decided I needed a whole new re-do to help invigorate my return to blogging. The biggest difference is not even one that’s very visible as it has to do with the underlying infrastructure. The more astute may…

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What’s the plan for 2013? (Part 2)

So having sorted out the direction for this year, the Year of Abundance, I have decided to bring a bit more specificity to my efforts. This year I want to focus on specific areas of my life, and outline beforehand the kind of improvement I want to create. While all areas are important, there is…

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What’s the plan for 2013? (Part 1)

2013 is my Year of ABUNDANCE. What’s that about? Well, for several years, instead of setting myself resolutions which would inevitably fail, I would choose as aspect of personal development to focus on. So the progression was something like (I wasn’t really documenting them back then) honesty with myself, openness and honesty with others, trusting…

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