Posts tagged Reflection
Two Words for 2012 - Comfortable Boldness

There are many bloggers who name a word for their year. When I created my 12 Intentions for 2012, I was seeking something similar — a focus, a thread, a theme, to weave in and out and through my year. In 2010, my word was nurture. It was serendipity in 2011. As I started reading Style Statement, I came upon two words: my foundation and my creative edge...

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Good Eats & Gratitude – #WLActionPlan Week 4

It can be awkward or downright scary to break free from comfort zones, but it can also be energizing to try something new. Making sweeping changes or small alterations to our lives lifts us out of ruts. New experiences have the potential to reveal pieces of ourselves that would otherwise go unnoticed. This how I feel about my experience with Whole Living's 2012 Action Plan...

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Shimmering Possibility

I recently attended a goal setting session at my local lululemon. I went with my friend and an open mind, hoping to learn something new. The event began with introductions, then a brief visualization of where we hope to find ourselves 10 years from now. I'm trying not to judge myself too harshly, but it kinda seems like I want it all...

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Good Eats & Gratitude – #WLActionPlan Week 2

Since starting the Whole Living Action Plan last week, I've noticed how seldom I acknowledge daily victories. Small, quiet steps go ignored while I look towards the finish line and hold off on uncorking the metaphoric bubbly. Do you struggle with the same? Tiny triumphs are critical building blocks—each one a glittering, golden brick worth celebrating...

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12 Intentions for 2012

This fall, I will be celebrating my blog's 3-year anniversary. Three years of showing up, sharing inspiration and connecting with more creative souls than I ever imagined possible. The keys to a happy blogger? Make a plan, set realistic expectations, write as often as you can, and believe in a little magic. Then wait to see what happens next. I'm quite fond of outlines and lists...

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