Tag Archives: mindful

Plain vanilla please.

Posted on 05. Aug, 2010 by .


What are you doing to keep life simple? Summer keeps it real easy; like a blanket laid out on the grass with a few items – a pen, notebook, and a deck of cards. As I write this blog post, my son and I are sitting under a huge tree and thankfully the shade and […]

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Key elements to support in a time of change

Posted on 01. Apr, 2010 by .


I’m writing outside today and it’s absolutely perfect; clear blue sky, moderate temperature, and the surrounding landscape is coming alive. In my last blog post I wrote about listening, observing, and paying attention to the signs of change and the positive effect that results in taking care and connecting most intimately with our own landscape. […]

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Consciously frustrated – the perks of having it all.

Posted on 09. Feb, 2010 by .


I was on a roll, gaining momentum, and doing the things necessary to create the connections and leads for future opportunities, and then, there it was, my bag dropped at the front door as stagnant and urgent as my life can sometimes be. It sits there, untouched as family life took over minutes of walking […]

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What’s your mindset?

Posted on 15. Dec, 2009 by .


Do you vacillate between extremes? Do you go full out with high expectations and burn out after a day? Do you achieve very little, giving in to the mood of the day? Do you find yourself immobilized by rigid demands? These are just a few of the questions that speak to a condition I call: […]

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