No problem.

Welcome to a new week, good people!   First, a couple of words for you to consider:   problem: n. ~ a matter or situation regarded as unwelcome or harmful and needing to be dealt with and overcome   process: n. ~ a series of actions or steps taken in order to achieve a particular, [...]

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I volunteer as tribute.

Thanks for joining me on my 49th birthday! Wearing fancy dresses since July 19th, 1971. To hear this week’s blogcast, click the pink icon: Until earlier this month, I hadn’t given much thought to turning 49 and how I wanted to show up for the last year of my 40s. I kind of handed it [...]

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Do the things you wish would happen.

It’s always a good day to be a guest on Great Day Live! with host Angie Fenton.   I am grateful I can be a source of information and inspiration for my community; and, I have to admit I get a Laura-lift when I get to have a conversation (that’s not a text message) with [...]

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Staying in the Miracle

This is my friend, Robert Hartwell.  Look what he did.  I can remember when he sent the first text message that said, “I found my house.” Robert wasn’t just attached to the house; he was committed. Attachment can foster fretfulness or doubt, while commitment is about devotion and purpose. Commitment is the spark for action. [...]

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The empress of your mind

Hey good people –   You can also listen to this week’s blog post (blogcast?) anytime and anywhere by clicking the pink logo: Coaches and counselors (myself included) who do any kind of mindset or thought work often say this:  “You are not your thoughts.”  When I have painful thoughts and feelings and offer myself [...]

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Where do I go from here?

  “No one will be left untouched by the events and experiences of 2020.”   That is one of the only “This I know for sure” thoughts I’ve had this year. A lot of my 2020 new-decade-blast-off! plans had disappeared into the ether by late winter. A lot of y’all probably felt this way from [...]

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Not business as usual.

Welcome back, or if you’re new here, welcome! I’ve stepped away from my usual content and services for the past few weeks.   There was never any consideration there would be “business as usual” since George Floyd was murdered by a Minneapolis police officer on May 25th. The uprising and unrest his murder ignited was the reckoning [...]

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A Quick Guide To Taking Care of Your Mind

Whether you’re still staying at home, or your community has started to remove restrictions and you’re returning to the outside world, many of us are still dealing with feelings like fear, confusion and anxiety about a life event that has affected all of us in some way.  A global public health and economic crisis resulting [...]

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Keep Calm & Derby On

My Kentucky Derby past. Derby Day fashion philosophy: Too much is never enough.   “The Kentucky Derby, whatever it is — a race, an emotion, a turbulence, an explosion — is one of the most beautiful and violent and satisfying things I have ever experienced.” ~ John Steinbeck “The best thing about The Kentucky Derby [...]

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Creating fatalistic, fictional timelines? Do this instead.

Minutes 1 – 8: Life coach vibes: “live your best life … you don’t have to keep calm, but please carry on…” Minute 8:40 to the end: Pandemic hair.   I would skip to minute 8:40 of this video if I were you, too.  Hair is getting really interesting for some of us during this [...]

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