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A twist on the gratitude list: focus on what is AND “what if”

There's a quote that I found and shared on Instagram recently that really resonated with me: “Never kill your what ifs, but first be grateful for what is.” - Drishti Bablani What I like about it is that it reminds me how important it is to hold both: our gratitude for everything we already have and our dreams for the future. Dreams without gratitude for the present is like trying to build a house without first building a solid foundation.
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10 clarifying questions to ask in midlife

These questions are designed to help you get clarity about who you are becoming, what's important to you, and what you want to be doing more of in midlife and beyond.
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Carl Honoré

“I’m taking on the cult of youth.”

Power Profile with Carl Honoré: Carl woke up to his own ageism at 48 when he realized he was the oldest player at a hockey tournament. That led him to investigate his feelings about aging and write his new book, BOLDER, which explores the many positive aspects of aging.
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Annabel Fitzsimmons

“Every action I make today affects how my future plays out…”

Power Profile with Annabel Fitzsimmons: Annabel's 40s have brought her some major changes including professional success, personal challenges, and a couple of serious family health scares. Consequently, she has redesigned her life both professionally and personally.
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20 Quotes for people who are transforming their lives

After learning how to make a "Book of Hours" in Rozanne Lopez's workshop last December, I'm sharing some of my favorite quotes and wisdom from my very own Book of Hours journal. They continue to inspire me and keep me focused. I hope they will be valuable to you as well.
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