Monthly Archives: October 2017
The only thing worse than having bad credit is having truly crappy credit. What’s even worse than that is having truly crappy credit and the inability to even qualify for anything that would help you begin to improve your credit.
Now that you’ve identified, one, that you’re not sure of who you are anymore; two, how to figure out the mystery of finding yourself; and three, how you got off track in the first place; we’re ready to move on … Continue reading
Have you seen this new McDonald’s advertisement? We’re not big advocates for making fast food a diet staple, but this cracked us up. Ok, and maybe it felt just a bit too familiar, too. Enjoy!
The word o’ the day is Decide. It’s easy to stop making decisions about things we really should be making conscious decisions about. We get caught up in the minutia of everyday life, and those bigger decisions are just too overwhelming … Continue reading
If you’ve been following along in the blog series and you’ve gotten this far, then you’ve been able to identify that the real “you” has gotten lost in the shuffle somewhere. You’ve also begun to examine
So you’ve admitted to yourself that you may not really know who you are anymore. Yes, you love your kids and your job doesn’t completely suck, but who YOU are is up for question these days.
Whoooo are you? Who-oo, who-oo? It’s a question that gets asked over and over again during our lives. When we were first developing an identity, it was an easy question to answer. It went something like,
This lady. There are so many things that I love about this lady. She was in front of me at Costco yesterday when I was there to purchase, among other things,
The word o’ the day is Choices. We make a lot of them. Big ones, small ones. Insignificant ones and life altering ones. Those are all pretty easy to identify – making a job change, changing where your pencil cup … Continue reading
I can’t believe my first post is going to be about poop. To all you armchair Freudian psychoanalysts, feel free to go to town.