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You've Come a Long Way

When you look back on the past year, what comes to mind…

What experiences are most memorable? What projects had your attention? Were there any challenges that crashed your course? Was there anything new you discovered about yourself, others, or the world? What blessings entered your life? What was REALLY FUN this year??

As we look ahead to another new year, continuing onward with one foot in front of the other through our life’s journey, consider what keeps you moving forward...

Your kids...your spouse...your community...a personal goal. What is it that you’re aspiring to accomplish in your lifetime?

It’s noble, indeed, to honor your life’s purpose. But don’t forget who the key player is here: YOU. The root of your success lies in how well you care for yourself! Any time your physical, mental, or emotional energy is compromised, so is your progress.

And of course, there’s no journey free of accidents, hurdles, detours, and jams. Make sure you take time to acknowledge and celebrate how far you absolutely have come – through those hard times and the good. Take time to acknowledge and celebrate all your progressive moments – especially the small ones. Maybe it makes sense to spend more time doing THOSE things to move through and beyond barriers with greater ease and grace.

You are valuable.

You matter.

Keep going (even if it means pausing indefinitely for a break).

Cheers to another year!

23 Coffee Chats to Kick Off 2023! You In?

A hot beverage is essential to warm us up to the day, right? Well let's warm up a connection, too!

I've been encouraged to connect with more amazing people. I'd love to hear what life's looked like for you over the past year, and what you're looking forward to in the new year. What went really great this year - and what hell landed in your lap? Let's celebrate those wins together, be seen and cared for the losses, and bring in the new year with a warm embrace. Want to grab a virtual coffee?

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