Be Resourceful (an Explore & Play Class)

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You’ve been there before, those situations when you feel triggered and have tunnel vision.

We all have.

It seems that the possibilities have narrowed down to fight, flight or dissolve in a puddle of tears. Afterwards you see all the different ways you could have handled it, the different things you could have said or . . . → keep reading

Happy Changes for Happy Writing

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One of the secrets of making changes that stick, is starting so small that you don’t wake up the Chicken Little part of your brain. It’s that idea of setting yourself up for success, because even the tiniest of successes are encouraging.

Yes I know, there’s also the hard part of starting small. You want . . . → keep reading

Happy Changes for Happy Inboxes

One of the secrets of making changes that stick, is starting so small that you don’t wake up the Chicken Little part of your brain. It’s that idea of setting yourself up for success, because even the tiniest of successes are encouraging.

Yes I know, there’s also the hard part of starting small. You want . . . → keep reading

Happy Changes for Happy Moving

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One of the secrets of making changes that stick, is starting so small that you don’t wake up the Chicken Little part of your brain. It’s that idea of setting yourself up for success, because even the tiniest of successes are encouraging.

Yes I know, there’s also the hard part of starting small. You want . . . → keep reading

Happy Changes for Happy Sleeps

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One of the secrets of making changes that stick, is starting so small that you don’t wake up the Chicken Little part of your brain. It’s that idea of setting yourself up for success, because even the tiniest of successes are encouraging.

Yes I know, there’s also the hard part of starting small. You want . . . → keep reading

Back Up to Move Forward

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Let’s say you have a habit, a pattern that isn’t working for you. Maybe it’s frustrating, or starts a torrent of mean chatter in your head, or you just don’t plain enjoy it.

Maybe your habit is starting out your morning by getting online right away. You start by checking email then moving on to . . . → keep reading