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  2. Hey there!

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  5. we stick it out with miserable circumstances sometimes because we need courage and imagination to explore avenues that merge our dreams and a profitable profession. I wish schools taught a little better that there is scope to be successful in lots of ways

    • I agree MOL! The problem is the incentive for schools to teach this. Unfortunate, but it is those like you who elect to craft their dream consistently rather than leave it behind, that give others hope. Keep up the good work over there and thanks for the comment!

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  7. Ha, Jerry, good one. I, too, can’t wait for my kids to do their own laundry.

    On the protectiveness of mothers: yes, we are ingrained with that instinct to protect our kiddos from anything. I’ve tried to let my kids make their own mistakes and not help them with everything because one day they will be on their own. But I can’t not coddle them sometimes, because who doesn’t love a little mothering once in a while?

    My 6-yr-old has taken to telling me that I’m too overprotective, but that’s usually because she’s not getting to do whatever her little heart desires. Where did she learn that term anyway? That’s what I’d like to know. lol

    It’s definitely a delicate balance in how you raise your kids, but you’re always terrified you’re going to ruin them in one way or another. Here’s hoping they turn out well! πŸ˜›

    • Ha! Gotta good laugh on that one. You just hope they know that you’re doing your best, but only know they won’t realize it till they have their own. lol!

      I’m sure you’re kids will be awesome, cuz their mom is awesome πŸ˜‰ Have a good one Amy!

      • Aw, thank you! So are you. πŸ™‚

        I tell my son all the time that he’ll never know how much I love him until he has his own kids. The love is immeasurable. <3

        Have a great day!

    • Great!!! That’s what I hope to inspire others to do with this and other posts about living the “good life” Thank you so much for commenting Amy and feel free to share this thought with your audience!

  8. What do you mean “white girl in a scary movie?” OK, you’re right. πŸ˜€

    I think what you’re doing here is a very good thing. It’s not all about chicken and broccoli anymore. And that’s how it should be.

    • It’s in there, it first starts with looking at least one good thing you’ve done every day and start from there. Thank you for your comment!

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  11. Along with the balance being different for everyone else, the path to success and goals is different for each person. I LOVE this short clip from Gary Vaynerchuk that nails it and gets right to that point. https://youtu.be/ujelaQqeGgw If you’re a bird with short wings, then you might need to make sure you’re the one getting up earliest.

    • I LOVE Gary V!!! One of 5 people I listen to and read consistently. So true. I think that’s why people get so confused, because they get caught up trying to live someone else’s life.

  12. Haa i do this too! Although I haven’t tried it for weight loss…yet πŸ˜‰ I changed mine to Arizona2015 since I’ve always wanted to go there, and that year, in September, I went! I thought I’d never get there, not anytime that year anyway. Best trip of my life, so far ☺

  13. I always loved doing that Stuart Smalley affirmation for people because it’s positive and adds humor at the same time! I also love your notation of the Oxford comma. Haha did you see the lawsuit that was won a couple months ago due to the lack of an Oxford comma?

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  16. I remember visiting when you were laid up and recovering from that crazy catastrophic incident. Our environment definitely can impact our lives in good and bad ways but then hopefully with effort we come to a point of self awareness and wisdom (wisdom in the sense of recognizing that we can never know everything and need to keep learning every day). When we reach that point, it’s all about controlling our own internal reactions to what happens and what may be out of our control each day. We can choose each day to focus on gratitude no matter what life throws our way. We can choose to focus on growth and goals and self improvement. We can choose to repel negative attitudes and be a beacon of light and hope and help others to realize the power within themselves. No matter what Tump is tweeting or how awful traffic is or how crappy the weather is we can cchoose to find the positives. See you tomorrow night buddy! Looking forward to it!

  17. Awesome!! Great info! I am a sneaker lover!! I get excited about new sneaks, I really do! My ex asked me once what I wanted for my birthday, i said sneakers, he said ‘you have enough sneakers!’ So, I bought them myself.

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