Posts Tagged "Perfectionism"


Hello Readers!   Today’s post is the first in a new series I am doing called Letters to Myself. I was inspired to do this series, after listening to one of my favorite podcasts, Magic Lessons with Elizabeth Gilbert.     In episode 8 of season 2, she charges one of her students to write herself a letter, but to do it creatively in the voices of both her ancestors in the past and then another from her grandchildren...

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My Latest Untold Stories…

My Latest Untold Stories…


Posted By on Jan 29, 2016

  Just say what you want to say, then, and say it with all your heart. Share whatever you are driven to share. If it is authentic enough, believe me–it will feel original. ~ Liz Gilbert   Dear Readers, I know that I have long been absent here on the blog, with little to nothing said about why or what has been going on.   Life has taken a turn down a new road for me, and with that turn came an insanely busy season...

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  You learn far more from negative leadership than from positive leadership. Because you learn how not to do it. And, therefore, you learn how to do it. Norman Schwarzkopf   Today marks the first installment of my series on the Harmful, Moral Leadership of Bill Gothard. This series is taken from a research paper I wrote for one of my recent graduate classes on Leadership Studies. Given its academic nature and length, I have...

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Last month, I started a series on the roles women carry, what I learned about them growing up, and what I am learning about them now. It started with a post on lessons I learned from my Mama. You can check it out here. This post is a continuation of that series.      Sometimes I don’t know which haunts me more — the dissonance between my present and past views of what my primary role as a woman should be or my...

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  Welcome Back Readers, I hope this Tuesday afternoon finds you all well. Feel free to grab a cup of coffee or a glass of tea and enjoy these great finds I have for you. On Authors Whose Words Changed My Life There are a few authors in this world, who I can say that their words truly changed my life. Books have always reached me in a way that little else could since I was a little girl. I have always been the girl with her nose...

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