Full Life Reflections

Striving for happiness, peace, and fulfillment in a chaotic world

Earlier this month, I wrote about the subject of information overload and how it relates to my theme for the year, essential. Specifically, I shared about my difficulty in narrowing down the articles I want to read and my feeling overwhelmed by so much information. In today’s post, I delve deeper into my journey to …

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Last week, I shared that my word for 2018 is “essential.” This word is already making quite an impact on my life and I suspect that I will be writing a number of posts on its influence as the year progresses. Today I will address the subject of information and what is and isn’t essential. …

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NOTE:  This post was originally published on my previous blog, Recovering Shopaholic.    So much has been going through my mind since I published my last post.  Crystallizing the thoughts I shared with you earlier this month was a breakthrough for me and has created an opening for new breakthroughs.  I believe that this is the …

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NOTE: This post was originally published on my previous blog, Recovering Shopaholic. As I write this, it’s just three days before my 50th birthday and this post will go live on the big day.  I can’t believe it’s almost here!  As it has gotten closer and I’ve had other things on my mind, I’ve become less …

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NOTE:  This post was originally published on my previous blog, Recovering Shopaholic.  Two months from today, I will turn fifty.  As I lead up to that milestone birthday, I’m periodically writing about some issues in my life and things I’d like to change.  In today’s post, I’ll update you on the hair issues I wrote about …

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NOTE:  This post was originally published on my previous blog, Recovering Shopaholic.  I was planning on doing an update on my “Full Life Project” today.  However, as I read through my initial post on that topic and my April follow-up, I realized there is another subject I’d like to explore first.  As you might remember, …

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NOTE:  This post was originally published on my previous blog, Recovering Shopaholic.  This blog focuses mostly on the issues of buying and having too many clothes and what to do to address these concerns.  But from time to time, I receive a comment or email from a reader asking about other types of overshopping.  So I …

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