Recently, on Facebook, a couple people I know posted this question on their Timelines: “What’s something you have done that you’re reasonably confident you’re the only person on my Friends list who has done it?’ After a few minutes of wracking my brain for proof of my own unique adventures, I still couldn’t think of any. So, I decided to read some of the comments.
You changed, and so should your dreams! When you recognize that it’s time to reinvent – whether it’s your own choice or it’s forced upon you – you’ll inevitably need to make some shifts in the way you view success, contentment, and life dreams. When my husband and I decided to divorce, our dream house no longer matched our reality. This is my story about
I’m a realistic person. I’d rather focus on staving off midlife weight gain than try to whittle down to a 25-year-old’s physique. Not that I’m completely past the body insecurities that have followed me around since I was a child, but I’m finally wise enough to realize I’m not supposed to look like the young moms I see at the community pool. I’m not sure
If the idea of Personal Reflection (capital P, capital R) sounds New-Age-y and cliched to you, you may want to stop rolling your eyes for a moment and hear me out. I’m 52 years old, soon to be 53. For nearly all of those years, I led a passive life. Or maybe a more apt description is an unconscious life. Day by day, moving forward
Do you sometimes doubt the authenticity of your accomplishments and attribute your success to good luck or timing? If so, you may be acting as your own worst bully, and you need to cut that out! I was guilty of beating myself up for many years, so I decided it was time for payback. The bully made her way into my life very early. She