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Monday Love to your Possessions of Passion and Big Love to SoCal’s Tango Star!

By | March 20th, 2018|Categories: Newsletter|

What’s your relationship with your belongings? How do you deal with ’stuff’? Why is it that the things we own are a reflection of who we are? Everyone has a different way of making their way through the three dimensional world. And at the various ages and stages of our lives the importance of our stuff [...]

Monday Love to your Dance with Drama and hat tip to Cosmotion in Ventura!

By | March 13th, 2018|Categories: Newsletter|

How’s your reaction time? Are you able to leap into action in a hurry? What do you do to stay nimble in case something unexpected arises? Sometimes life throws us a curve ball, and it serves us well to stay loose enough to catch it on the fly. You never really know when you might suddenly [...]

Monday Love to your Superpower of Appreciation and shout-out to Paige Clem’s Firefly Album Debut!

By | March 6th, 2018|Categories: Newsletter|

How do you frame gratitude in your life? Have you ever thought about how it relates to appreciation? Why is it that grateful people seem to have a much easier time in life? It seems like a lot of people think that gratitude is something that only happens on special occasions. Like it’s something separate that [...]

Monday Love to your Place of Presence and a Warm Welcome to our new Community Manager!

By | February 27th, 2018|Categories: Newsletter|

Do you ever feel like you have to much on your plate? Do you sometimes bite off more than you can chew? Have you ever felt like there weren’t enough hours in the day? There are a lot of common platitudes that come to mind when we talk about time management. It takes poise, finesse, and [...]

Monday Love to your Good Old Days and shout out to Dance of Psyche!

By | February 20th, 2018|Categories: Newsletter|Tags: , , |

Have you ever talked about the good old days? Do you ever find yourself comparing how things are now how they were then? What’s your relationship to change? It’s all too easy to make pat assumptions about times gone by. And the looking glass mirror of age distorts the view in both directions. On one hand, [...]

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