Monthly Archives: May 2014

Choosing to be a cheerleader

In just a matter of weeks, a few close friends told me about some major changes in their lives. Some major butterfly choosing going on. I get totally jazzed when people choose butterflies. It makes me “squeal happy” and I … Continue reading

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Mind. Blown.

There will be moments – big moments – in life when you realize that you’re in over your head. But those are precisely the moments where you do not pack your bags and go home. No. Those are the moments when … Continue reading

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#Fitbyfourth – let’s talk accountability

I’ve recently discovered Carlos Whittaker (or loswhit). I know, I know…what took me so long? But seriously, I’m digging this guy. I’m about two-thirds through his book Moment Maker and it’s rocking my world. And last week, I signed up … Continue reading

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Seemingly Insignificant Choices

When I was in NYC a few weeks ago, I saw a new Broadway musical called If/Then starring Idina Menzel (yes, the same woman who sings ‘Let It Go’). I’ve loved Idina for close to 10 years. This is the … Continue reading

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The girl with the yellow paint

When we were in NYC last weekend, we decided to try and find the Friends building. Thanks to Google, we did. As we were being total tourists and taking photos (like the one I took above), a girl comes up … Continue reading

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