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May 6, 2019

The Other Side

When someone we love dies, it’s probably the hardest thing we ever have to deal with. And yet the transition is inevitable. And since everyone we know is going to leave sooner or later, and a good percentage of them will go before we take that journey ourselves, it’s a really good idea to get […]

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April 11, 2019

20 Easy Ways to be Earth-Friendly

Many who are learning about the law of attraction run up against challenges when dealing with issues of “save the planet.” In studying LOA, we learn that pushing against anything makes it bigger. We learn that even putting our attention on melting glaciers and climate change makes them worse in our experience. And we learn […]

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April 8, 2019

Maggie and the Nice Policeman

I had a fantastic day Saturday. There was a comic-con event at my favorite store, Heroes and Villains, in my favorite small-town city, Cortland NY, only 20 minutes away. I met John G Hertzman who played General Martok in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. I met artists who had worked for Marvel and had met Stan Lee. […]

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April 3, 2019

When Bad is Good

Obligatory disclaimer: My alter ego is a novelist. Now the rest of this will make more sense. Last month, I applied for a coveted and highly competed-for spot in an advertising newsletter for one of my novels, and was turned down. When something unpleasant happens like that, it’s always a big fat message from the […]

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March 28, 2019

April Fool’s Day, Tarot, and Quantum Physics

That’s right, this blog post is going to compare a Tarot card to a physics lesson. I promise, it’ll be simple and easy to understand because, contrary to popular belief, I am not a particle physicist. A photon is the smallest particle of light we know about. In experiments, a single photon exists in many […]

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March 21, 2019

Spring!

It’s here, it’s here! The Vernal Equinox was yesterday. Today is the first full day of spring. Daytime and nighttime are equal, and from now on every single day will be a little bit longer, and every night will be a little bit shorter, until the longest day of them all, the Summer Solstice. To many […]

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March 1, 2019

Should I leave?

5 Actionable Tips for Deciding One of the most frequent questions I get from readers and clients is this one. Should I leave? Should I leave my unhappy marriage? Should I leave the job I hate? Should I move across the country and start over in a new place? When things are all but unbearably […]

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February 4, 2019

Self-Sabotage Made Easy

Humans like to bitch. Actually, we love it. Our favorite pastime, I think, is complaining about all the things we don’t like. The politicians we don’t like get way more airtime than the ones we do like. And then they get elected. Because that’s the way the Universe works. What you focus on grows. It […]

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February 2, 2019

Imbolc! Break’s Over!

Imbolc (2/2)is the Celtic holiday that celebrates the creative fire. And I feel it. This time of year I’m on fire, writing like a madwoman, feeding from a bottomless well of creativity. It’s the festival of Brighid, Goddess of the Forge and of Poetry, a Fire Goddess who inspired artists and creators of all sorts. […]

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January 8, 2019

Manifesting Maniac

I knew this was coming. I had that moment last summer. I was meditating pretty regularly, out by my pond. Some days I was too entranced by my Koi to close my eyes, and just spent the time adoring them instead. I’m told that kind of appreciation is better than meditation, because that’s when you’re […]

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