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Purpose

Your Life: Passive or on Purpose?

Over the years, I’ve had the delight of teaching children of all ages, and my favorite age to work with are preschoolers. Preschoolers approach life in a way that is innocent, inspiring, and that makes me giggle! They dream big and embrace wild possibilities. Preschoolers dance, sing, or share free of any inhibitions. And with…

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Sustainability – The Key to Avoiding Dashed Dreams

These days, we hear a lot about sustainability and living a green lifestyle. Being wasteful is frowned on while being efficient is celebrated. The driving force behind sustainability is a better future. Sustainability applies to your dreams too! It is a significant factor when it comes to pursuing your purpose, big dream, or giant goals!…

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Have You Given Up Dreaming?

Let’s be honest, when it comes to dreaming, kids don’t dream up wimpy, flimsy dreams. No! They believe that anything is possible, so they dream big! Huge! My children had very imaginative dreams. They dreamed of being things like a party girl, a Christian singer, Winne the Pooh, or hosting a show on the cooking…

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6 Powerful Pulls that Challenge Your Peace

Ever feel like you are pulled in a million different directions? Stretched to the point of breaking? Overwhelmed? That’s how I felt on my first and last water skiing adventure. To be fair, I am not much for water sports. That did not keep me from accepting an invitation to spend the day on a…

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The Perplexing Thing about Purpose

Children have lofty aspirations! They dream big –the world has a plethora of opportunities! Think back – what did you want to be? Perhaps you aspired to being a firefighter, a doctor; maybe a teacher or the president? Whatever you imagined you could be, it was something heroic and significant in your eyes! The older…

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The Unexpected Tipping Point of Your Dream

Everything changed in a moment. Stepping out of the shower on an ordinary day I discovered my two-year-old daughter with a bloody nose. After an hour of trying all the usual tricks to stop a bloody nose and finding myself in a pool of blood, I phoned a dear friend who lived in our neighborhood…

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6 Ways to Brighten Dark Days

The sun was streaming through my office windows with gusto, but my day was dark! At every turn my efforts were halted by obstacles. Everything seemed to be going wrong. I felt boxed in by darkness. I was exhausted. My dark day reminded me that just because I am passionately following my dreams and calling…

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Three Things to Remember in Chaotic Times

We have successfully moved, and I am surrounded by a sea of boxes. They ebb and flow like the tide as we open them to search for things only to discover that whatever we were after was not in that box. A new stack grows. And in some places things can’t be put away at…

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Past the Picket Fence

There was a time when I imagined myself arriving in life and living in a house with a white picket fence. Life would be neat and tidy because my hard efforts would have paid off. Life would be good. So far, that day has not come. I have been blessed in many ways and I…

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