Tag Archives: taking action

Belonging – our place

Posted on 18. Nov, 2010 by .


I’m a non-fiction reader and suppose that comes to no surprise given the focus of my interest and work. Recently, my husband pulled a familiar line to our son, “Why don’t you read something?” – gosh I heard that before, when I was young (his age) I wasn’t really an avid reader. My world existed […]

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The birthday hangover – take action

Posted on 10. Sep, 2010 by .


Yesterday I turned a page and started another chapter in my life, so why don’t I feel like I’ve started yet? I would rather linger in the retrospective, eat cake, and dream about my dreams – oh, that’s where I’m caught. I’m stuck in the dreaming, the playing with ideas and the fun that comes […]

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W-RIGHT iDEAS September Newsletter

Posted on 31. Aug, 2010 by .


September 2010 Dear Friends and Clients: I’m having a nostalgic feeling as I sit down to write this. It’s been several years since I wrote my first September newsletter and it’s with great gratitude that I can land on the page again in a familiar sort of way although the method has changed. The way […]

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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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