I’ve got several ideas that I want to blog about soon, but I need to research and coordinate with a few experts first.  For instance, breasts and pregnancy.  I’m not pregnant and never have been, but I wonder how women who are already over a D cup handle bra shopping as they get larger.  We all know how expensive our bras are.  Do you buy a new bra every time your cup size increases? And what about women who suddenly fill a D cup for the first time in their lives?  Look for a post on this topic soon.  For those of you who are mothers, please let me know if you’d be willing to write a post about your own experience.

I just finished an excellent little book called Organizing for the Spirit by Sunny Schlenger.  Instead of smothering her readers with commands, Sunny asks them to look at who and where they are and to work from there.  A refreshing approach.  She points out that our dreams change as we change, but we often don’t realize we’ve changed.  For example, she knew a woman whose dream house became available, but instead of feeling excited about buying it, she felt confused.  Finally she realized that the house was no longer her dream. As an entrepreneur, I find it easy to get swept up in what others think my dreams should be, but I’m taking a step back to look at what I want to accomplish.  Having an end goal in mind should make a big difference in how I approach each day.  (Of course, I thought I’d figure all this out between 1:30 and 1:45 this afternoon, but it looks like it’s going to take a little longer than that.)

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