IT’S NOT TOO LATE!!!

As I was re-reading Tuesday’s post about dreaming big and pushing past fear to accomplish our life purposes, I realized that many of us probably think it’s too late for to GO FOR THE GOLD! NO, NO, NO!!!  It’s NEVER too late!  In fact, defeat only comes when we stop trying. Obviously, we all have […]

We Have No Idea

When was the last time you looked around and noticed someone in need?  Today?  Yesterday?  Last month?  Did you do something about it? Uh oh.  I’m not sure I like my answer. The ugly truth is that often we use excuses, judgments and fear to keep us from helping others.  We spend way too much […]

Time is Short

Halloween is over, Thanksgiving is a few weeks away, Christmas is around the corner, 2014 is getting closer and life is passing us by…quickly.  WHOA…slow down, Nelly!!! H. Jackson Brown, Jr., a New York Times bestseller said, “Don’t say you don’t have enough time. You have exactly the same number of hours per day that […]

Skeletons

Halloween seems like a perfect time to pull out the skeletons from the closet, dust them off and go bury them in the backyard where they belong…with lots of prayers that Rover won’t go dig them out and prance around the neighborhood with them!!  Yikes! That would SO be my luck!  Thank God I don’t […]

Candy Corn is Evil

This past weekend I had a love/hate relationship with candy corn. It was an affair that started out making me feel decadent, but ended up controlling me and compelling me do things I wouldn’t normally do…like want to lie to my husband about who was eating the candy corn! (I didn’t lie, but I sure […]

Extravagant Giving

This past Sunday, my church finished a sermon series called Extravagant Generosity by observing Consecration Sunday, which in the Methodist church means that members estimate the amount of money, time and service they are going to provide their local church over the next year.  In typical Methodist fashion, the celebration is closed with a feast! […]

Resolution Strategy

Middle of December is about the time of year when I start thinking about New Year’s resolutions.  Goals are thought of, written down, and plans are put into place to have a successful new year. Clearly, I am not alone in this endeavor.  Corporations, small-business boutiques and people alike want the incoming year to be […]