Lovely Logic

I’ve been busy, busy, busy making plans, finding some clarity…change is coming.   More later but in the meantime, I saw this post on Facebook and had to share it.  SO TRUE!

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Remember Karma

 


Lynne Spreen is on point with this post!  Empowerment; how are YOU going to use it?

Any Shiny Thing

There’s something about turning 50 or being close to it that allows you to benefit from your hard-won experience. This is a time when our life lessons come home.

I remember when I was in my 20s and 30s thinking I had everything figured out. But now at almost 60? No comparison. In our younger years, we’re just gathering data. Then at some point our vision clears, and we’re able to assimilate it. Dr. Christiane Northrup would say that it’s because of our changing levels of hormones.

She believes that these hormones were responsible for keeping us complacent and placid during the years that we’re fertile. Otherwise, we might go crazy and do something bad to our babies or our mate. Then at a certain point your reproductive ability diminishes and the fog clears (again, this is according to her hypothesis).

The woman now has new perspective, and along with it…

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Repeat After Me…

For all those ‘followers’ out there, every morning when you rise,

 REPEAT THESE WORDS. 

Break away!  Let us all become what we are truly meant  to be! 


Getting Started by Mark Twain

“The secret of getting ahead is getting started.  The secret of getting started is breaking your complex overwhelming tasks into small manageable tasks, and then starting on the first one.”

 – Mark Twain

This was this morning’s quote for my Meetup group.  It’s a very simple message yet very powerful.  I have often found myself running in circles when I have a huge task that overwhelms me.  Picture a circling boat without a captain at the helm; round and round we go.   You get the idea.   

How do you break overwhelming tasks down?  Lists!  Ingenious, isn’t it?

This vision I have for my next chapter of my life has so many moving pieces, not only am I impatient to go through the process, I’m really not sure where to begin. 

Thank you Mark Twain!  I’m going to start making some lists. 


Words to Remember


Fly, be free!

This is my new mantra for those pesky inner voices and limiting beliefs that seem to arrive just after I have given some thought to a new and creative idea for my ‘next chapter’.  From now on, as soon as that bugger of an inner voice starts I will proclaim:  

Fly!  Be free!