The Watering Hole Blog

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 “It is never too late to be what you might have been.” 
                                                                                  – George Eliot 

Most Recent Posts from The Watering Hole

Wing It

Wing It – Why Action Beats Planning “Stop thinking. Start doing.” – Emma Issacs, “Winging It” Like many of my favourite books, I found this

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The Laundry Service

The Laundry Service – A Boundaries Message from My Subconscious to Yours “If someone throws a fit because you set boundaries, it’s just more evidence

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When Grief Goes On & On

When Grief Goes On and On – 5 Healthy Ways to Help Heal a Broken Heart “I’ve never seen any life transformation that didn’t begin with

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The Danger of Comfort

The Danger of Comfort: Lessons from the Cubicle “Nobody ever died of discomfort, yet living in the name of comfort has killed more ideas, more

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Not This

“Not This” – Pay Attention to Difficult Emotions “Not this” is a very important stage. – Glennon Doyle, “Untamed” If life is a classroom for

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Power of Purging Two

The Power of Purging Part Two “Give more things away. Your life will feel lighter. Your heart will feel warmer. The world will be better.”

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The Power of Purging

The Potently Imperative Power of Purging “To put your things in order means to put your past in order, too. It’s like resetting your life

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Fear Versus Intuition

Fear Versus Intuition – A Great Tip to Help You Tell the Difference “Practice interpreting sweaty palms and a swirling, whirling stomach not as signs

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Hunker Down Says Bear

Hunker Down Says Bear  “The spirit of the bear is a strong source of support in times of difficulty. It provides courage and a stable

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