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If a swan comes across your path, it is said to herald the development of awareness, intuition, grace, healing, and transformation. Swans, as a totem represent the awakening of one’s inner beauty, the ability to bridge it to the outer world, and the power to accept change. The swan in my logo just came across your path…click below so I can help you make the most of it!
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When I recently became ill with a wicked, virus, I was determined it would not develop into bronchitis then an asthma attack, which is what usually happens when I get sick. I was so determined, I actually found myself developing a dual personality. One was that of a...read more
In a society, that spends so much more time, money, and energy on what we do than on who we are, we're often rendered outwardly successful but internally unfulfilled and unhappy. HINT: career titles, family titles, community positions, and most of the ways we define...read more
I attended a retreat several years ago. During one session, we were assigned the task of sticking little gold stars on all of the dates in our calendars where we'd done something just for ourselves. Like I said, this was a few years ago and before we used our phones...read more
I just finished watching a webinar about the best use of social media to send out information to large email lists. I learned a lot and it was useful, but they lost me when they taught how to compare my results with the results of others in my industry. When will we...read more
We’ve all heard the saying, “Opposites attract.” It’s also said, “Like attracts like.” Okay, so…which is it? Take the example of a married couple where one is a tightwad and the other a spendthrift. On the surface they are extreme opposites. One spends their last...read more
I was raised to believe it was beyond rude to be late. It was disrespectful of other people’s time, and therefore disrespectful of them. Respect was big in my family. Consequently, I saw to it I was always on time, usually JUST on time, but on time. One day I slid...read more