Month: January 2018

Creating a bucket list: It’s Okay to Dream

Creating a bucket list is a popular thing to do.  But I must confess, until a couple of weeks ago, I didn’t have one.  And I hadn’t given the creation of one much thought either, until a comment from a friend let me know that an experience I had recently, was on her bucket list.  It got me thinking; maybe I should create a bucket list.

But first I needed to find out, what exactly was a bucket list and what was the benefit of one?

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How to avoid self-sabotage

Self-sabotage can occur when we are attempting to change a habit or improve ourselves (hello new year’s resolutions!). Just like when we are in a time of transition and are needing and wanting to make changes in our life, we can, unfortunately be our own worst enemy.

This time of year, when we are just a few weeks into the New Year, the resolutions we made a couple of weeks ago can already be starting to feel a little challenging.  Regardless of how deeply we desire to change and feel better, we can find ourselves resisting change, or worse; actively sabotaging our own efforts to either seek support or make positive changes in our lives.

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How to set inspiring goals for the new year: 3 simple tips

Happy New Year!  And welcome to 2018.   Here we are, only a day or so into the New Year, and perhaps, like me, you are using this holiday time to rest, recharge and connect with your loved ones. You may also be taking stock of 2017 and, like many of us, setting some new goals for this year.

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