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How to Make Change

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Last week, we talked about how to identify the source of our need for change.  This week, let’s talk about the hardest part: actually changing our lives for the better! Obviously, we need to spend some time planning for a major change.  We want to consider every factor, from financial to emotional, and be honest about the things that might come up during the transition.  Once we’ve planned it, we want to put the plan in motion immediately, even if it’s the tiniest action.  Transfer $20 to savings for that move, eat just one extra vegetable or fruit or start looking at new jobs TODAY (not at work, lol).  It will get the ball rolling and make us feel like we’re moving toward our goals.  And once we’re moving, there’s no turning back.  Here’s how to survive a major transition: Read the rest of this entry »

Change – Identifying our Blind Spots

Continuing our series on Change

Two posts ago, I wrote about our tendency when we are feeling stuck in our lives to make a small, temporary change instead of facing the bigger issue.  This week, let’s talk about what makes us feel stuck. Read the rest of this entry »

The Interim Post

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So: I didn’t really want to point this out, but it’s been awhile since I posted; over two months.  I want to thank those of you who wrote asking me when I would be writing again; it means a lot to me that you actually read these things!  It has been an amazing, difficult, beautiful, frustrating, exciting, exhausting couple of months.  So in the words of one of my favorite movie characters, Indigo Montoya, “Let me e‘splain.  No, there is too much; let me sum up.” Read the rest of this entry »

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