Category Archives: living intentionally

The power of values and goals, and exploring transformational systems for realizing the potential of humans and humanity

Why would you want to eat space food?

Lenora Edwards is an amazing business development consultant for entrepreneurs, and she is helping Jason and me start a coworking business on Bainbridge Island called OfficeXpats. Her partner, the primary cook of the family, is vegetarian, and despite multiple intense … Continue reading

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Transform thoughts about food with a powerful vision

One of the best things I think I can do for someone as their health coach is listen for what they want in their life and then, from time to time, hold it out to them like a mirror so … Continue reading

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Painting My Way Out of Anger

OK, I’m back to talking about Andrzej again.  He has been doing body work for both Jason and me for over a month now. He called us last week to invite us to a last-minute demonstration of a super-fast watercolors … Continue reading

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Have a good day

I had a great chat with my sister. She was bursting to tell me about a recent breakthrough. She had been feeling overwhelmed coping with a surge of new clients in her part time bookkeeping/accounting business. Then her spirituality kicked … Continue reading

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Another scary parental journey has begun

My ex learned something important about my son before I did, and I’m a bit jealous, but he was looking in the right place and I wasn’t. I knew something was up, that my middle-schooler’s social life had shifted from being … Continue reading

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Sure, that’s a likely story

A couple months ago, my neck and shoulder muscles burned every day, and my right shoulder joint hurt when I moved it, even carefully. My doctor said it sounded like a rotator cuff injury, which would likely require surgery. That … Continue reading

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Distilling Resolutions

I took a walk on New Year ’s Day, and then another one the next day. That means if I take one today, I’ll be 3 for 3. Was it a resolution to take more walks? Not directly. Will the … Continue reading

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A Sacred Season

“Don’t talk politics or religion in polite company.” Why? Because those subjects matter to us and therefore divide us, right? I’ll avoid politics for now, but with my first Christmas as a Jew fast approaching, I found myself awake at … Continue reading

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What a difference a year makes

My 13 year-old son Braden and I had back-to-back medical checkups a week ago. What a difference a year makes! I was really looking forward to the appointments this year because I wanted the official validation of what I already … Continue reading

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Hijacking NaNoWriMo

Can you believe it’s November already? Can you say NaNoWriMo? A friend and I are sharing weekly goals with each other in the hopes that the accountability created by letting someone else in on our ambitious little secrets will help … Continue reading

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