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Do you want to simply relax and enjoy life more, to be more able to live in the moment rather than ruminate about a past experience or worry about the future?

Perhaps you:

  • Notice how the same stories, or stories with similar themes, play over and over and over in your mind?
  • Are your own worst critic, finding fault in yourself and others too?
  • Second-guess yourself and get stuck trying to decide what to do.
  • Are curious and wonder why you sometimes do or think the things you do?
  • Wonder what is limiting you?

Would you like some practical tools to help you enjoy the good, navigate the challenging with more ease or discover how you can be stronger in the broken places?

Then join me on a journey of self-discovery.  You will read stories of every day living, where we uncover the lessons that come from reflection and the questions we ask. You will learn about habits and how to notice whether yours may serve or limit you in a given situation.  Last but not least, there will be practices for you to consider, designed to support shifts or changes in thinking, behavior and how you are “wired.”  The practices are not meant to be prescriptive. Rather, they are simply an offer, intended to support shifts or changes that will help you learn how to live wisely and well.

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How This Blog Can Help You Live Wisely and Well

As you think about this blog’s place in your life today,  consider which  approach will serve you best.  What level of commitment to living wisely and well is right for you right now?

  1. Life in the “Fast-Lane” approach works for those who simply don’t have time for more than a quick skim.  If you are one of these people, you will quickly read each post with openness and curiosity.  You may even spend some time reflecting (perhaps on the drive home or while in the shower?) and when you do, relevant insights will likely emerge for you.
  2. The “Notch-it-Up” group will read with an added level of commitment.  The commitment might be that you and your walking buddy read each post and then discuss the lessons, habits and practices together.  You might ponder out loud as to whether you can relate to the story or how your own story might be different.  You will do the same with the lessons and habits.  Finally, you will decide if the practice offered is one you want to try and  compare notes over time if you do.
  3. Then there is the “All In!” group.  These are the people who are truly committed to devoting time and energy to living wisely and well.  If you are one of these people, you will likely do both of the above and you will spend time journaling as you reflect on each post.

Whether you choose one or all of the above, here are some questions to keep in mind:

  • Can I relate to the story?  How is my story like or different than the one here?
  • What of the lessons are relevant for me?  Are there others?
  • What habits of mine become apparent for me as I read this story (or my version of this story)?  Do my habits serve or limit me in my story?
  • Do I want to experiment with the suggested practice or is there another one that appeals to me?  Note:  Some of the practices will be cognitive, other’s will be somatic and involve the body.  The point of practices is to support the shift or change that will help you live wisely and well.

Finally, trust yourself to choose what is right for you!

“Laissez le bon temps rouler!”

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