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What If There Were No Obstacles?

I am really excited to be working with horses again! I have been taking horsemanship lessons at Emerald Hollow in Brewster and I’m partnering with Liz Adams, the Program Director for the Emerald Hollow Therapeutic Riding Center (https://www.emeraldhollow.org) to offer a few innovative programs using horses (some, even with “Coaching with a Horse” segments!)! Doing this […]

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Tech is Kicking My Butt

I’m a planner (I can see those of you who know me shaking your head vigorously yes and saying “Yup!” or in the case of my husband, he is saying, “That’s an understatement!”).  I love to know what I’m going to be doing and when I’m going to be doing it.  I also seem to […]

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I Don’t Wanna

When I think of the words “I don’t wanna!”, it conjures up a picture of an adorable 3-year-old with super blonde hair, standing with their arms crossed, their feet hip width apart, with a tear stained face and they are saying (sometimes yelling, sometimes whispering) “I don’t wanna!” over and over again.  Let’s face it, […]

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Take a Walk, Be More Productive

I have, like most of us, a gazillion things I want to get done in any given day.  Some of you may have heard me say my to-do list if I put it on a scroll would roll from Massachusetts to California!  And, I know I’m not the only one who feels this way.  One […]

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Hurry Up!

“The two most powerful warriors are patience and time.” ~ Leo Tolstoy Feeling rushed rarely helps us reach our desired outcome. I know, personally, I do not respond well to being rushed. I learned this lesson one summer day, as an early teenager, when my brother, my boyfriend and I were going to go to […]

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Kona’s Top 3 Life Lessons

“Heartbreak is life educating us.” – George Bernard Shaw Last August our 15-year-old male cat, Kona, stopped eating.  This was a really BIG deal, since Kona normally would eat almost anything. He was always eager to devour his food and usually, more.  Our local vet was very concerned because Kona’s lab work showed pancreatitis.  They […]

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Celebrate the Winter Doldrums

For many of us in the US, especially in the Northern part of the US, we’re in what is commonly referred to as the “Winter Doldrums”. If I can speak on behalf of all of us stuck in this winter phase, I’d say we’re basically, sick of winter, really ready for spring and have very […]

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To Your Success

A common theme at this time of year is taking stock of your life.  A popular area to focus on is your professional life.  You may decide it’s time to change jobs, retire, or strive for more balance between your work and home life.  There are a number of changes that you may want to […]

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Want Easy? Ask this…

These days, life seems so much more complicated.  Today we have so many options, which is wonderful AND it definitely makes things more complex.  Here’s a simple example of what I mean – Let’s say you are going to get in touch with a friend or business associate.  It used to be the only options […]

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Consistent Productivity

I love walking on the beach!  I walk in all kinds of weather.  It doesn’t matter if it’s the heat of summer or the freezing cold of winter. One of my favorite things during my walks are the waves.  I always know the waves will be there, no matter what else is going on in […]

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