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Free City Walks around Seattle

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Seven things to do outside this winter

Tundra Swans. © 2017 Curt Given/Given Photography

A Sweet Little Guide to Nature Me For You

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A Simple Way to FEEL MORE JOY in your life

© Cary Given/Given Photography 2016

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Journal Archive
Friday
Jan092015

PICTURE IT WELL: be the one who has moxie

Black-crowned Night Heron. © Curt Given/Given Photography 2015This year switch up your resolutions. Instead of setting them based on what you haven't done like getting fit, cutting down on TV, or starting a new hobby, try this. Set them based on what you want to become. I read somewhere that the top three things women want are to be more courageous, to set strong boundaries and to not take stuff so personally. So what do YOU want to become this year?  A woman who takes more risks, knows her limits, or walks away from master button-pushers? This year, be the girl who has moxie! Happy New Year! 

PICTURE IT WELL photos from givenphoto.com symbolize some aspect of well-being. The brief text is meant to inspire you and demonstrate the uplifting power of nature.  

More PICTURE IT WELL posts

Creating space 

Find your path to joy

A peaceful way

Letting go

See the abundance in your life

Dig into your roots

Play it up in the new year

Do one thing

Reflect for growth

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Reader Comments (2)

It is good to remind each other that it is okay to walk away from major "button pushers." Our lives are much more enjoyable when we surround ourselves with positive, supportive and happy people!

January 11, 2015 | Unregistered Commenterdiane cruikshank

Diane...you are so right! Many of us (especially women) tend to be major accommodators at our own expense! Thanks for your insightful comment!

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