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A History of Happiness

In response to Claudette’s Writing Challenge #13:¬† It’s In The Details http://claudetteellinger.wordpress.com/ ¬†Someone recently told me that she wanted happiness in her future. I replied that I get a bit fudgy when it comes to that word. It means so … Continue reading

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Letting It All Go

¬† Have you ever noticed how easy it is to let go of some things? Yet, almost impossible to let go of others? Take personal disciplines, for example. If you’ve been doing it for years and the discipline has become … Continue reading

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Applying The Psychic Brakes

I had never heard of psychic brakes until I read Julia Cameron’s The Artist’s Way. In it, she talks about how we get a bit frightened when things begin to fall into place, move smoothly toward our chosen destination. It … Continue reading

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