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How to Stop Overthinking And Get Unstuck

A good friend is someone who will call you out on your stuff - kindly, lovingly and, most of all, honestly. A good friend did this for me the other day. She pointed out that I seem to be overthinking and that it was leading me to inertia. Inertia is a fancy word for being stuck. ...more

Taking one step at a time is how we propel ourselves forward. Thanks so much for your comment ...more

Following your dream...

No matter where it takes you is always the best way to go!  We grow every day now with confidence and satisfaction that we are finally exactly where we are suppose to be in our lives. Kimberly Peterson Freelance Writer, Photographer, Entrepreneur & Jack of All Trades Visit our website at or our blog at Liv...more

Jesus Take The Wheel

How do you completely surrender and let Jesus take the wheel?...more

Career Success Depends on Knowing Your Learning Style

Knowledge = Savings...more

Your Brain On Diet Coke

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6 Ways to Overcome Fear of Success for Bloggers

In Signs of Self-Sabotage in the Writing Life, I described what being afraid of succeeding looks like for some aspiring and established writers. Here are five ways for bloggers to overcome fear of success, and achieve even the most lofty blogging goals! 1. Accept your fear. Be scared. Are you afraid of getting comments on your blog posts, asking agents to represent you and your blog, writing sample chapters that may never be read, or otherwise sharing your blogging and writing dreams? Don’t fight it, fellow scribes. Accept it. We’re all scared – even the most successful bloggers. Read Feel the Fear and Do It Anyway by Susan Jeffers (one of my favorites!). Make that phrase your motto. 2. Figure out why you’re sabotaging your blogging goals. You don’t have to see a psychologist to figure out why you fear success (though I admit I'm a big fan of counseling!). To get to the bottom of it, ...more

Bright Young Things

Yes, ladies it's that fabulous time of year again. ...more

What's the best way to form a new (good) habit?

The second month of the new year is a better time  to affect positive change.  That’s my story and I’m sticking to it.  Anybody can make a New Year’s resolution that promises changes will begin on January 1st, but some of us know we’re doomed to fail with those expectations hanging heavily right there on the nearby calendar....more


"The most potent muse of all is our inner child." - Stephen Nachmanovitch   ...more