At the Holidays: Accepting Our Limits (& What to Do Instead)

Timing is everything. I met a colleague at a favorite restaurant/bakery yesterday (The Black Forest, if you’re in southern New Hampshire). Spot on with month’s newsletter article, she puts down her pocketbook and comments about accepting her limits. I felt…

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Jerry Seinfeld, Our Stuff & Our Communities

The Jerry Seinfeld show’s been on mind lately. While I watched and experienced the show on its first run, my 70-something father has adopted Seinfeld as his new favorite comedy show. Prior favorites were several British sitcoms. I’ll see Dad…

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Hung Up on Hanging Around: Organizing Your Clothes

“Do you remember the day when your pocketbook color was supposed to match the color of your shoes? How can this burnt orange pocketbook EVER match a pair of MY shoes?“ Question from a woman in her late 50’s/early 60’s,…

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Part 2: Letting Go Questions (You may not have tried before today.)

“We cannot measure abundance by what we accumulate. Abundance is an experience of the heart, a wind that blows through us like a flute. Our treasures are in the eye, the ear, and in the heart, that feels the wonder…

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Let Go without Letting Go: 10 Questions You May Not Have Asked Yet

“We cannot measure abundance by what we accumulate. Abundance is an experience of the heart, a wind that blows through us like a flute. Our treasures are in the eye, the ear, and in the heart, that feels the wonder…

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