Quote of the Day
Wear a smile and have friends,<br> wear a scowl and have wrinkles.
George Eliot (English novelist (1819 - 1880))
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Author Archives: Stuck-to-Stupendous
Judging a book by its cover. Hi. I’m testing a few different templates in my never-ending quest to figure out how this WordPress stuff works. What do you think of this version versus the former?
Dear Reader, meet Sigmoid. Sigmoid, meet a world of people struggling to change or deal with change. I’m getting to know Sigmoid well these days as I realize how much insight his snake-like curves have into my life and my … Continue reading
This one’s for those stuck in the rainy, snowy, sleety zones this June. You know who you are! Click here.
Getting unstuck in life most likely means shaking things up and breaking old habits. And as Weekly Challenge No. 6 (66 Days to a New You) outlined, breaking established patterns can be harder than once thought — even if we … Continue reading
In the stock market, the biggest risks offer the greatest opportunities for reward. Big risks that work out might lead to millions in the bank. Big risks that fail might lead to people jumping from skyscrapers. If you do any … Continue reading
The world lost its sweetest soul, and the heavens gained a shining light. If it was the end of days, God chose well. My dear friend, you are loved, and you will be missed more than words can say.
“Train yourself to let go of everything you fear to lose.” — Yoda (Yes, I admit it. I watched part of the Star Wars marathon on T.V. this past weekend.) Yoda’s words have a lot in common with Buddhist philosophy, … Continue reading
Circumstances have been such that I haven’t made the time to post lately, but I’m back to my blog. I had a short vacation, followed by a leaky roof, a seriously ill cat, my father in the hospital for a … Continue reading
There’s no shortage of books and resources about getting unstuck, but there seem to be big differences between the resources. Some books and articles focus on getting out of depression or away from bad habits; a few offer a religious … Continue reading
In reevaluating our lives and how to move forward in a dreams-fulfilling way, it strikes me that there might be some wisdom in looking back. As kids, we were so pure in our thinking about what made us happy. We … Continue reading