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Wonder Women consider all possibilities an are open to miracles in the most unlikely places.

Posted by on Apr 1, 2015 in Newsletter | 0 comments

  Trait #9: Wonder Women consider all possibilities an are open to miracles in the most unlikely places. Dear Ones, Often times women can get so focused on seeing only the outcome we want or expect that we miss recognizing other possibilities. Or we attempt to control or force an outcome and the stress diminished our creativity that would allow us to find alternative solutions. Often miracles are evident and in plain sight but overlooked because they don’t come in the form we anticipate or prefer. Wonder Women know how to surrender to the unknown and trust that the Universe is...

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Trait # 8: Wonder Women are willing to develop a circle of support, ask for, give AND receive help.

Posted by on Mar 22, 2015 in Newsletter | 0 comments

  Trait # 8: Wonder Women are willing to develop a circle of support, ask for, give AND receive help. Dear Ones, Women have always tended to work shoulder to shoulder, but seldom do we reach out to one another, especially when vulnerable and needing help or sup-port. That is when we go ‘Lone Ranger.’ We push through. We don’t want to reveal our short-comings for fear we will be perceived as weak. We hide out and do everything we can to conceal our ‘not-enoughness.’ Women also often say YES when they mean NO and take on more and more to the point of overwhelm. We have...

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Reflections on LOVE for Wonder Women

Posted by on Feb 8, 2015 in Articles and Stories by Others, Newsletter | 0 comments

Reflections on LOVE for Wonder Women   Dear Ones, Women are meant to be wonder-full… Full of wonder. To have the energy to even notice wonders, big and small, we must first cultivate our ability to love ourselves as much as we love others. As we further explore the traits of Wonder Women let us pause to celebrate self-love. Every February, across the country and around the world, candy, flowers, and gifts are exchanged between loved ones, all in the name of St. Valentine, all to honor love. I found it interesting to explore the history of Valentine’s Day a bit before writing about...

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Language of the Heart for the Holidays: Part 1

Posted by on Dec 3, 2014 in Catch All Happiness, Newsletter | 0 comments

Language of the Heart for the Holidays: Part 1 We so often take for granted the words we speak. I believe words carry with them specific energy. More than the word itself there is power in how it is used and the intention at it’s core… consciously or unconsciously. It is not what you say that holds the most power, but how you say it that matters. What is your true intention? I have always been fascinated by words and their inherent and underlying meanings. I probably over-think using them with care, like choosing the best apple in the bin. Words can be used as a weapon or a balm that...

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Thrive Yourself Happy Through the Holidays

Posted by on Nov 18, 2014 in Articles and Stories by Others, Newsletter | 0 comments

  November 18, 2014 In This Issue: ~ A Personal Note from Rhonda ~ Things to be Happy About ~ Quotes and Inspiration Life may be simple, but it’s not always easy. If you find value in these gentle reminders, please invite your friends to sign up for my free newsletter by visiting www.centerofhappiness.com. Your perspective is a valuable one, and we can learn from one another how to create a happy life worth living. I’d like to welcome all of our new subscribers to the Center of Happiness newsletter and acknowledge you for taking the first step toward living a better...

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SH*T Happens

Posted by on Sep 10, 2014 in Catch All Happiness, Newsletter | Comments Off on SH*T Happens

  Dear Wonderful Ones, There’s Cancer. There’s Autism. There’s poverty, homelessness, illness, suicide, divorce, domestic violence, depression. There’s war, climate change, financial challenges and disasters. No wonder we numb out, play small, or feel overwhelmed. We have been so well trained to believe we are victims that it is often a stretch to transform our thinking to realize the relief that lies in how we choose to perceive ‘what is’. Daring to change our perception is how happiness can be found even in the most unlikely circumstances. Some people believe that...

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Reflections on Aging, Letting Go, and the Power of Loving What Is

Posted by on Apr 15, 2014 in Newsletter | Comments Off on Reflections on Aging, Letting Go, and the Power of Loving What Is

Dear Ones, My 63rd birthday is sneaking up. Birthdays usually initiate a wave of reflec-tion, at least for me. And, I suspect I am not the only one pondering this amaz-ing process we go through as we see and feel our body change, our perceptions change, our passions change… and our level of energy. Hmmmm, why? Why is this all the way it is? Life has been emerging in themes for me lately. One theme close to the surface these days has been ‘aging’. My parents passed when I was in my 40’s, and although I would have loved to have had more time with them, I also feel grate-ful to have that...

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