Posts Tagged ‘doubt’

Happiness Means Having a Dream. Always.

I purchased Darren Rowse’s 31 Days to Build a Better Blog program yesterday. The Day 1 activity nearly convinced me to quit blogging. By the end of the night, it would be Twitter and not the ProBlogger that saved this blog and helped me identify why I’ve felt so adrift lately, and what I needed to […]

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Today I Choose Enough

For the first time since I began freelance writing a few years ago, I’m having a slow month. If you follow me on Facebook or Twitter, you know that I’m usually working too much, battling too many deadlines too close to the wire. I work a lot; it’s just what I do. And now all […]

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Here we go…

I keep starting and stopping and restarting this post. I feel like today, the day we officially embark on our journey, should be marked with something significant. But I’ve already said so much! I’ve talked extensively about the RV trip and why we’re going. I’ve made a map and a form and a video. I’ve […]

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5 Reasons Not To Pursue Your Passion

I believe that every single one of us has a purpose – a role in this world that we were made to fill. I believe that we are most happy when we are actively filling that role, whatever it may be at the time. I believe that your passion – the thing, action, topic, person, […]

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In Transition

This is why people don’t do this. I think that a lot lately.  This is the not fun part of turning your life upside down.  This is the part of change that sucks the most. This is transition. And it blows.  I’m constantly faced with all of the things I can’t have or can’t do, […]

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