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Packing, Leaving, And New Adventures

I'm packing. Yes, still. I feel that all I do anymore is pack. Well, that and talk about packing. This weekend, I am leaving this place I've called home for most of the last twenty-five years and the …


Old Habits Die Hard

I grabbed "Kundalini Rising" and went downstairs to read while my family slept in. The morning sun poured into the back of the house for the first time in days. I tended the cats, …


Are You Living The Dream?

In my world, it's the little things that remind me that I am, in fact, living the dream. It is the movie marathons and late night Scrabble games with my wife, making vegan pesto with basil from our hu…


Dig Deeper To Resolve Conflict

It is easy for a conversation to get out of hand. One person reacts to another, and then that person reacts to the first. It's a predictable cycle with a toxic nature and almost always declines in qua…


When Is It Time To Make A Change?

Several years ago, I ended a very rocky off again/on again relationship. I quit eating meat. A couple of years later, my daughter decided she didn't want to eat meat anymore either. My wife, who never…


Perfectionism Sucks (The Life Out Of You)

Years ago, back before I was obsessed with helping other people change their lives, I was pretty much a big fat mess myself. What is now my professional playground used to be my personal hell, but I k…


Active Being

It's sort of a funny thing for me to write about rest because I spend so much time writing about taking action. That doesn't necessarily mean strenuous physical action; I'm talking about making decisi…


Life Sucks. Now What?

Haven't we watched enough spy movies to know that living a double life is exhausting? My Life-Answers daily forecast for today is this: Turn your attention to personal interests. An aspect of livin…


A Barefoot Journey Back To Me

As a little girl, I could not be tamed, at least when it came to shoes. I loved to run around with my feet bare. It was more than love, actually. It was a need. I felt like I could barely breathe when…


Pet Loss: Matters Of Love and Death

Warning: If anyone says 'kitten' to my wife, she's likely to punch you in the nose. Consider yourselves warned. Fancy, my wife's cat of 15 years, died yesterday morning. She was at least 17 years …


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