Month: April 2017

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Commitment

missed sending the newsletter last week due to a bad case of salmonella. Those of us who live in Mexico can understand! All week I thought about the missed newsletter. I wanted to write it, I didn’t feel well enough, I wanted to write it, I tried to write it, I didn’t feel well enough. It really bothered me (a lot). So, I reflected about this and realized that why I was bothered so much was because I had made commitment, long ago, to making a difference in the world through my healing profession and the newsletter has become an important part of that.

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Re-Birth!

n a matter of a little over two years, my whole life has changed. Three of my best friends died. I married Michael, the man of my dreams. I was blessed with 4 new children and 6 grandchildren. I moved to the country from living “in town” and we created a beautiful home together. There was a complete change of staff at LifePath due to unforeseen circumstances. My daughter, Alli, moved from Oregon to San Miguel de Allende to become General Manager of LifePath. I began the process of changing my role in a company I have loved for over 17 years including retiring from my therapy practice. I faced serious health challenges and have recovered. And, Michael and I have begun a new personal growth business combining our skills and talents. Whew!

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Risk Taking!

Risk taking! There is a lot written about this subject and, yet, many still fear taking risks. It’s stepping out of our comfort zones, it’s accepting the unknown, it’s scary, and it’s exciting and creative at the same time. I guess that’s why it’s called “Risk Taking” and not called “Sure Thing Taking”!

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Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Share: “Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.” Dr. Seuss  I’ve been thinking a lot lately about fun and what it is that fills me with joy and laughter. When I was growing up, my mother and my sister and I used to laugh so hard that I couldn’t catch my breath. And, with tears of joy streaming down my face, we’d start laughing again over the most ridiculous things.

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Commitment

missed sending the newsletter last week due to a bad case of salmonella. Those of us who live in Mexico can understand! All week I thought about the missed newsletter. I wanted to write it, I didn’t feel well enough, I wanted to write it, I tried to write it, I didn’t feel well enough. It really bothered me (a lot). So, I reflected about this and realized that why I was bothered so much was because I had made commitment, long ago, to making a difference in the world through my healing profession and the newsletter has become an important part of that.

Read More »

Re-Birth!

n a matter of a little over two years, my whole life has changed. Three of my best friends died. I married Michael, the man of my dreams. I was blessed with 4 new children and 6 grandchildren. I moved to the country from living “in town” and we created a beautiful home together. There was a complete change of staff at LifePath due to unforeseen circumstances. My daughter, Alli, moved from Oregon to San Miguel de Allende to become General Manager of LifePath. I began the process of changing my role in a company I have loved for over 17 years including retiring from my therapy practice. I faced serious health challenges and have recovered. And, Michael and I have begun a new personal growth business combining our skills and talents. Whew!

Read More »

Risk Taking!

Risk taking! There is a lot written about this subject and, yet, many still fear taking risks. It’s stepping out of our comfort zones, it’s accepting the unknown, it’s scary, and it’s exciting and creative at the same time. I guess that’s why it’s called “Risk Taking” and not called “Sure Thing Taking”!

Read More »

Girls Just Wanna Have Fun

Share: “Today was good. Today was fun. Tomorrow is another one.” Dr. Seuss  I’ve been thinking a lot lately about fun and what it is that fills me with joy and laughter. When I was growing up, my mother and my sister and I used to laugh so hard that I couldn’t catch my breath. And, with tears of joy streaming down my face, we’d start laughing again over the most ridiculous things.

Read More »

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