Always Starting…The Art of Never Giving Up

Journal of a journey through life, true love and lessons learned along the way.

Overwhelmed without a plan to decide everything! Here is how I am overcoming “overwhelmed”. Wow, I pulled up this my treasured blog and realizing that it has been two months since I wrote anything and then realized that the final blog post was on my mom’s anniversary of her passing, more than two months ago. …

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And just like that it occurs to me. That I have indeed manifested this, the life I always dreamed of without realizing I was heading right for it. It just occurred to me this morning as I was finishing a 12-week program via the “The Artist’s Way”, that everything that I have done for the …

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Silence. The word elicits a response regardless of the emotion. When said out loud in exclamation it will quiet a room. When said in a whisper it will quiet the brain. It is something we long for and in other times something we run from. It is a word, a state of being, an emotion, …

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Day 21 prompt: Michelle Obama said, “I was checking the boxes defining who I was supposed to be.” Are you checking boxes or living or striving or standing still? My answer: I am definitely checking the boxes because I have created a purpose-driven life that is defined by planning and then doing. In the last …

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Day 12 prompt: If we agree that there are variations of normal, than the normal we seek is one variation of many; is it content normal, happy normal, young normal…how many “normal’s” do you have”? My answer: I think there are two ways to answer this and one is about the current situation we are …

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Day 9 prompt: People talk about the “new” normal. What was the “old” normal? Did that label ever fit you? My answer: Well once again I could not have known when I wrote this prompt that I would one day be answering it in a world where the “new” normal is a daily condition. My …

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Day 5 prompt: Why is normal even a “thing”? Does “normal” really exist? In what context have you used it in your life? My answer: Normal is how we describe life as it is agreed upon. Normal life is sleeping at night, working during the day, having a job, weekday, weekends, grocery shopping, cleaning, going …

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It will come in time, if you give it time… This is a reminder that all things worth having are worth waiting for but more importantly they are also worth time. While we are setting our intentions it is not enough to “set it and forget it”. To state the intention is the first step …

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