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Grateful

The last couple of days have been let’s just say a pain. I didn’t have 1 hour to myself to workout or just sit and breath, moved from meeting to meeting, had uuber deliverables to get out to clients, received a phone call that there…


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A little Ditty About The Way of the DIVA…

In continuation of yesterday’s post….We all know that life is not fair. But life does and can surround you with people who care.  I can count on one hand those that care about me and funny…none of them are my “family” members. God knows that…


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She is a wise woman who does not grieve for the things she does not have, but rejoices in what she has ~ Yvette

Ok, this is a take on the Greek Philosopher Epictetus’ quote and diva-fied  by yours truly. The route to finding my personal happiness meant that I had to stop wishing, yearning and grieving for things that just weren’t there — in every aspect of my life.…


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Breaking Through Fear

Fear is insidious, limiting and paralyzing. I believe we have all had that pang — when you break out in a cold sweat, when you are sick to your stomach. Well, if you haven’t had that experience lucky you! From my personal experience, I can…


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Updating Your Love GPS

Well, I actually had to do a hard reset of my love GPS. It wasn’t as easy as holding down a button or finding a small pin and sticking it in the back. My reset was something along the lines of “guuuuuuuuurrrrllllll what the hell…


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Love Yourself First And Everything Else Will Fall Inline

The day you absolutely love the person looking back at you in the mirror things become different. How? Well, first of all since you love the person looking back at you; you will not settle for anything less than loving adoration and compassion you have…


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Knowing Your Must Haves and Non-Negotiables

When I was married, I learned a lot about myself and a hellavu lot about my ex-husband. What I learned is that what I wanted from a partner/husband was a non-negotiable. Unfortunately, but fortunately I found that out AFTER I married the wrong man. Not…


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Dispelling the Fairytale Mystique

Women are pressured so very early on with undermining messages. Think about the most common and prolific fairy tales – Cinderella, Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, Little Red Riding Hood. Now think about the characterization of the women in those fairy tales. Let me help you…


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Responsibility

This is a word that I became very intimate with at a very young age. My childhood was not like most, first let me say that I do not have many memories of it outside of the times where I was playing the role of…


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Gifts in unexpected packages

I’ve talked about this in several posts and this entry is going to be no different. The past several days I’ve had to remind myself and think very hard about the “story/plan” I have running around in my head regarding the ideal person I would…


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