Wide-Open Future

>> Saturday, March 27, 2010

Do you feel the urge to expand your horizons today? You may be compelled to travel; delve into a new discipline; or explore new professional, educational, and personal goals. As you open yourself to new discoveries, try not to engage in self-limiting behaviors. If you are able to approach your broadening worldview with an eye toward unlimited possibilities, you may be driven to pursue goals that once seemed impossible. You can teach yourself to discard limited thinking by exploring the dreams of your childhood. Should you discover that it isn’t difficult to figure out the steps you need to take to attain your goals, your confidence may flourish today.

By looking at the future as a tapestry of unlimited possibilities, you allow yourself to dream and explore without limits. By not constraining yourself, you grant yourself the freedom to explore different prospects and set elaborate goals for yourself. When you view the future as unwritten and thus malleable, you can feel like anything is possible. This freedom can inspire you to joyfully consider lifestyles and perspectives that may have previously seemed unrealistic. You’ll begin to realize that the only factor putting a restriction on the achievement of your goals is your own uncertainty and that your potential is as limitless as you wish it to be. Today, view life as a series of endless possibilities and no course of action will be closed to you.

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Easter bookmarks :)

>> Friday, March 5, 2010


Two of my favorite bookmarks sold about 10 days ago - I was sad to see them go! Both of them are in my "To Finish" stack, of course... Actually, I have just completed " Easter Cross" yesterday before heading out to work, and started stitching "HE Is Risen Indeed" when I got home this morning. I love those weekends when the "To Do" list is full, but the sun is shining, the coffee smells divine, and everything seems to be falling into place!

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