Posts tagged with: goal setting

Almost 10 years ago, I got the Kanji symbol for ‘Gentleness’ tattooed on my right thigh. This morning we’re fishing and I’m drinking coffee and I have to have a little chuckle and a head shake at the irony. Oh…it’s...
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In The Pleasured Life Membership, this month our theme is Empower. Empower yourself and others to reach with kindness. Empowerment is a big word. Try it. Say the word. Say Empowered. To be empowered, to say empowered, brings up feelings...
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I’m doing it!! Actually doing it! I sort of don’t want to say that I’m doing it. Or share it with very many, because then it gets weird and given my history there’s a pressure. A expectation. I just puked...
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Over the course of the last couple of weeks, I can’t believe how many times I have heard this, “I saw myself in a picture and I was horrified!” “My arms were huge. My gut looked large. I’m never wearing...
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There’s a part of me that wishes this personality trait would have been more developed about 30 years ago, but then I have come to understand that things happen for me when they are supposed to and so, I try...
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When I move my feet and do so in a consistent manner… I get ideas and I recover memories. I have epiphanies! Thursday, March 31 First Worm Run of 2016. After the rain last night, those slimy little suckers covered...
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  Not every day feels full of pleasure. Just over two weeks ago now,  I had my right hip replaced. The surgery went well but I encountered some awful recovery nursing care. I was left feeling anything but pleasured. Part...
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I just finished reading Gay Hendricks book The Big Leap. Hendricks says that people live out of one of four zones at any given time. Although, we can make a visit into each and any at any point in our...
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