Tag Archives: Life Coaching

I Was Afraid

I remember the first time I entered a college classroom to teach Art History. I was unsure of how and when to enter. Do I stand at the door and greet the students as they enter? Do I stand at … Continue reading

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Elephants, Sailing, and Serendipity

Elephants What would you think if I told you that I agreed to share part of my life with an elephant but that each and every day I was angry that there was an elephant in my life and every … Continue reading

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Not This

Do you ever have times where you can’t articulate what you want, but one thing you are certain of is what you don’t want? Liz Gilbert, author of Eat, Pray, Love, calls it a “Not This” moment. The “Not This” … Continue reading

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What Do Paul Gauguin and Adele Have In Common?

Touring isn’t something that I’m good at. Adele   I read this quote from Adele today in an article in which she discussed her desire to quit touring. For me her admission radiated bravery to buck a system and to … Continue reading

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The Broken Steps and Paul McCartney

  The Steps A few months ago a friend was visiting. For some reason we walked into the garage. I navigated the steps like a pro. He stepped on them and the wooden steps moved from the wall. I had … Continue reading

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Burn the Incense. Today’s the Rainy Day

Burn the incense. Today’s the rainy day. That’s what my good friend, Anne the Elder, texted me today. (I call her Anne the Elder because she is a whole ten days older than I. She’s also English and I think … Continue reading

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April Thoughts

This posting is going to be a bit different from the others. It’s made up of random thoughts that I’m sure are tied together in some way. Thought #1: “Boy, having the right tools makes such a difference,” my husband, … Continue reading

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