Posts Tagged as dream

Do You Suffer from L.I.P.S.?

WHEN I THINK ABOUT taking a big trip somewhere (big = flying), I get caught up in the daydreaming, investigating, and planning. I love to check out different places to stay, what sights there are to see, and any adventures that await me. I get butterflies in my stomach and can't ...

Are You Foolish Enough to Chase Your Dreams?

How much weight do you put on other people's opinions? When you're making decisions, are you wondering what others will think? Are you paralyzed at the thought of judgy comments you'll have to handle or dodge? This mental clutter can be powerful enough to stop you in your tracks as ...

When Daydreaming Is No Longer Enough

Do you dream about doing something and quickly dismiss it with a "Yeah, right. That'll never happen?" Whether it's taking a trip around the world, telling someone you love him or her, moving to a new country, or taking a day off from work every week, I bet you have a ...

Choose Good Fuel To Get Back on Track

This past weekend, I got together with a group of high school friends for an early St. Patrick's Day celebration. Kristen welcomed us into her beautiful home, all decked out with shamrocks and streamers, lined up a fun craft for us to do -- painting wine glasses -- and put ...

Let’s Make Some Sweet Lemonade

A couple weeks back, I wrote about a conversation we had with the contractor working on our tiny house. We were unsatisfied with some of his work and he agreed to come back to fix everything to our liking. We were pretty pleased with how well he responded. Unfortunately, things didn't ...

What’s Your “Yeah, but…”?

Is there something you dream of doing that you've convinced yourself isn't possible? What if you're wrong? Two of my clients were recently featured in a New York Times column about going after their dream of a living location independent lifestyle despite owning a business that needs running and responsibilities that ...

How To Spend the Holidays with Loved Ones Who Have Passed

While driving home from a Christmas party last weekend, I pass an exit on the highway off which an ex-coworker lived. Sandy passed away several years ago, and as I continue my ride, I think about the time we worked together. Admittedly, she often drove me nuts. She was a "wake-up-talking" ...

Don’t Wait for a Diagnosis

Twenty-nine-year-old Brittany Maynard had planned to take her last breath on Saturday, November 1, 2014 -- two days after her husband's 30th birthday. However, just today she decided she's still feeling good enough to stick around a bit longer. (11/3/14 Update: Brittany did end her life on November 1. 2014. May ...

A New Approach to Deal with Change

We did it! We sold the house and are settling into our downsized space. Phase 1 on the journey to the new American dream is in the books, but it hasn't come without its challenges. Change often isn't easy. That which feels unfamiliar can sometimes be terrifying. While packing, Little Kerri would take ...

Ya Gotta Do You

Melissa and I are in the process of finalizing a move that many people in our lives are baffled by. We own a lovely home, in a great neighborhood, in a highly-coveted seacoast town. And we're selling it. So we can get an RV. To live in full-time and travel ...

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