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Turning My Pain into A Purpose, 56K Reasons Why
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By HGYC Member Melissa Slemp Fifty-six thousand nine hundred and forty (56, 940), this is the number of insulin shots I have given myself in 39 years living with type 1 diabetes. Bet you are saying, WOW that is a lot of shots. Yes, it is but when you are in it, knowing what is necessary to survive, our inner resolve naturally takes over. We all face obstacles in life, how we view and decide how to reframe this is essential to living our purpose. It took years for me to understand the purpose of my diagnosis. I felt bitter focusing...
Love Yourself FIRST this Valentine's Day
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“How you love yourself is how you teach others to love you."
From HGYC Founder Tara Geraghty
Today is a day of love, and whether you are single or in a relationship or anywhere in between, I hope you’ll stop for a minute and think about what YOU love about your life.
Now grab a piece of paper.....
Tired, Burnt-out and Why a Bubble Bath Won't Fix You.
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Shared by HGYC Member Kristin Donnelly
Actually, I know you’re exhausted. You have grand dreams, huge passions, deep love, and a plan to put it all in place. You know what you’re supposed to be, and you want to go be it, but everything in you is tired.
You’re tired of managing your schedule and the schedules and expectations of others. You’re tired of working towards a goal only to be told that it’s still not enough. You’re tired of being tired!
I know, friend. I know, and I also know it’s not your fault.
Get Ready, Adventure Awaits! Discovering Your Second Act!
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Shared by HGYC Member Jacqueline R. Robinson
I had absolutely no clue as to what I would do next nor did I actually plan on retiring. I just knew that there was something else that was out there for me and I had to take a “leap of faith”. By making this decision, I allowed myself for those few days soon after being downsized to reflect. During those moments of reflection, I admitted to myself that I really had not been happy at work for a few years. My plan was to “hang in there” for another 7 years until I officially retired. I soon began to realize that the “hang in there” plan” was not a plan. It only meant limiting my life by not allowing me to dream about other achievements and adventures that were out there waiting for me to discover. I asked myself, “If not now, then when”?