Everything Is Important

We never see it coming

palm trees and airplane
Yesterday doing email on a raft in the pool, a jet in upper left corner.


i think the reason i put off living vibrantly was because i was so busy trying to survive the day-to-day.

Because my life wasn’t vibrant, i kept things set to survival (busy) mode. Obviously, now is not the best time to live vibrantly, right? i’ll get to that later when i we get my life in order.

But then i thought what if this week is the best week that i’ll ever have in my entire life and i squander it and never regain it?

Thinking the best, most vibrant is ahead of us – and waiting for it – is dangerous.

That was really clear yesterday.

Yesterday, and the entire past week, has been crazy good.

Never saw it coming.

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Balance (yeah right)

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KOHL's Purpose statement
Very noble and lofty.


(Highly recommended you read this as if you are talking to yourself)

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Is it time to wake up to what makes me come alive?

Is it possible to balance doing that with all the other daily responsibilities i must deal with?

Only one person can answer this. This means no one can override my answer.

“But what if I’m wrong?”, i say to yourself.

What if i’m not?

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It's All We Have

If we are going to be overwhelmed by a busy midlife schedule…

Disneyland Park and Magic Way sign
5:30am jog around Disneyland


Overwhelmed by a busy and vibrant midlife schedule?

At least make it vibrant.

Full of energy, gratitude, purpose.

Yes, final answer.

We get to choose our attitude.

We know this.

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