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Archive for December 2012

Link Roundup: Best of Sage Grayson Coaching 2012

Thank you! Thank you! Thank you! I am so grateful for the support, encouragement, and love I’ve received over the past year from you, my kick-ass followers! It’s because of you that I was able to blast through my old limitations and start my own life coaching business, Sage Grayson Coaching. Some of you have…

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What’s Your Word of the Year?

My coach and mentor, Christine Kane, has a free ebook she releases every December just before the new year. It’s called Your Word of the Year Discovery Tool, and it may very well change the way you think about your goals for 2013. (Click here to download your free copy. I’ll wait.) Anyhoo, the whole…

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Book Review: What the Most Successful People Do on the Weekend

**Note: The opinions expressed in this review are my own. I was not compensated for my review, and I do not receive commission on the sale of the ebook.** I was recently given an advance copy of Laura Vanderkam’s newest ebook, What the Most Successful People Do on the Weekend. I’m a big fan of…

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Just a Little Bliss

Today I’m linking up with my friend Andrea at DreAm heART sMart ArT for her blog challenge. The prompt is “bliss.” When I heard that this week’s blog challenge prompt was “bliss,” I didn’t know how to get started. Usually, I’ll have a flash of inspiration, and the words will just flow out of me.…

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Link Roundup: Oh What Fun

Christmas sure brings out the crazy in some people. I was driving to the gym yesterday so I could burn off some calories before the inevitable parade of Christmas cookies that’s coming next week. Anyhoo, the gym happens to be down the street from the mall. And I apparently forgot that people tend to do…

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DIY Aspiration Journal

This week I made a bunch of mini aspiration journals. Ta-da! So, what’s an aspiration journal? Most journals or diaries are places for you to list the mundane things that happened during your day. “Made a sandwich for lunch. It was good.” Kind of boring, right? As an alternative, try keeping an aspiration journal where…

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Unhappy Holidays: Dealing With Seasonal Sadness

Despite the twinkling lights, the cheery Santas at the malls, and children gleefully counting down the days until Christmas, not everyone is feeling jolly this time of year. Some of us are feeling kind of sad…and not just the Grinch and Ebenezer Scrooge. I was reading an article the other day about how many people…

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