Tag Archives: Curiosity

Make the commitment to Better Living

Perhaps it was seeing the discrepancy between how you spend your time in your actual day versus your ideal day.  Or, maybe you have found that you are upholding a lifestyle that isn’t serving you.  Or the concept of “navigating … Continue reading

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It’s your life…or is it?

Better Living is about creating your life from the inside – out.  Starting with the essence of YOU.  My intention with this post is to get really clear on whether you are living your life, or trying to maintain a … Continue reading

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What would Better Living look like?

So, how’s it going? Are you living the life you want? I mean, right now? John Lennon observed that “life is what is happens to you while you’re busy making other plans.” Good for a wry laugh. However, I prefer … Continue reading

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Curiosity as a Navigational Device

One of the best ways to stay stuck, to be fussy, and to feel frustrated is to see life as a problem to be solved. An either/or or a right/wrong paradigm of perspective is quite limiting, and it guarantees stress. … Continue reading

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