Gratitude Linkup - Week of 6/29/14

One of the best ways to have perspective, for me, is to remember the things I'm grateful for. There have been times when I've gotten stuck in negativity that I've done a quick gratitude list (in my head or with another) and started on the path of releasing that negativity. Gratitude lists help me to remember what's beautiful and to remain present in my life.Each week, Laurel Regan's Gratitude linkup over at Alphabet Salad is a way for me to share a few of the things I'm grateful for with others....more

365 Reflections - Reflection 9

No pretty pictures today. No happy post. No sunshine, puppies or rainbows.All I have is a plea."Please save me from the hell know as a moving sale."Nothing is more awful for me that to lay my stuff out for public viewing and hope that some poor schmuck needs it worse than I ever did. Yikes, I hate this feeling. A feeling of being judged perhaps? Of someone looking at what I have to offer and thinking, no, equating it to who I am. I am not the sum of my stuff. I am not the sum of what I am asking for this stuff....more

Thursday Thought of the Day ~ Think Outside the Box, or Get Rid of the Box?

Thursday Thought of the Day ~ Think Outside the Box, or Get Rid of the Box?...more

On the Move? 5 Tips for Achieving Your Educational Dreams

I recently reconnected with an old friend who has moved on average once a year for her job. She wants a new career and it having a hard time planning for that amongst all the packing and unpacking....more

I Hate Moving Things

I Hate Moving Things! Just a small complaint today.Well a few rather large ones actually....more

Wrong turn, right house

“This is the place,” I said to Peter.I recognized the house on the corner lot from the photos in the listing. It had stuck in my mind because of its two-car garage on the lower level and wraparound deck. We pulled into the driveway and parked.Our realtor did not....more

Making the Most of My Time Overseas

On the bus today, I looked out the windows and thought about my last decade. What can I say, it was a long bus ride. So, there I was, thinking about my twenties. We moved to Indonesia when I was 23. I thought about how I'm 29 now, and 23 feels like a short and long time ago. In six short/long years, I feel like I'm finally learning how to be a friend. How to reach out. How to have a little confidence. I think I had to move all the way to a rural village in Indonesia to figure out how much I needed to learn....more

How to Support your Family and Spouse during Job Relocations

Moving down the street is hard, let alone moving to a house in a completely new town, state, or country. And nowadays, relocating for a job is more popular than ever, especially with the uncertain economy. If you have a family or spouse faced with relocating for a job, here are a few tips on how to make the transition a little easier....more
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