All posts by: Deb Goodman

Ever experience something out of nowhere and wonder where it came from? As summer hits, the days grow longer and our gardens expand in unruly ways. Seems that only yesterday, the ground was tilled, and fresh seeds were planted. How...
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Ever heard the saying, ride the wave? Here’s the next clue about it. The sand etches deep between Jarod’s toes. He carries his surfboard across the beach for the umpteenth time. As the coarse, malleable sand meets the flattened hard...
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An intense rapid transition occurs at this time of year. From the quick loss of sunlight to birds’ matting calls increasing. This warp zone effect forces us to look boldly at what’s truly going on. In Mexico, this provisional time...
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How often do you wait for the perfect moment to do something? Taking a vacation? Starting a new exercise regime? Taking a new job? Or, something else? What makes you continue to wait, and wait, and wait?    On a beautiful...
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Have you ever met someone that cannot see the reality that’s before them? John loves to mention how he’s been married for 20+ years. He acknowledges his marriage isn’t always easy yet says he’s committed for the rest of his...
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Cheryl and I set out for a hike in the springtime. We hadn’t seen each other in quite a while, and we both needed some outdoor time exploring and getting our bodies moving. Our first juncture was whether the dirt...
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As sun rays give you energy and warmth from those cold and dark winter days, you’ve been grinding hard to plant the seeds of your fall harvest. Are you getting exhausted from it all? Ready for a summer break? Nature...
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It’s horrible to get something wrong. All you want to do in life is do things well and make sure people are proud of you. Most of you were taught somewhere in life to be a perfectionist. You plan, prepare...
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Over time, water cuts deep ruts in rocks and dirt, creating deep canyons making travel across almost impossible. Imagine if your own decisions and boundaries were so clear-cut that nothing could penetrate your time and energy. How much happier would...
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During my first international solo trip, I explored an amazing little town of Katoomba, two hours west of Sydney, Australia, by train. While navigating around Sydney was easy, this little mountain town proved daunting. This was before the age of...
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