Hey, you’re out there!

November 15, 2009 at 9:01 pm 1 comment

OK, so I’m thoroughly inspired that more than 50 people have visited Having Enough today — and especially thrilled that my “little” cousin Nicole, now making her way as a college graduate and fabulous woman in the Windy City, left her first comment here!  Thanks, you made my day.

I’d love to hear from anyone reading, on anything you’d like to toss out in terms of redefining success in today’s world, or in your tiny corner of it.

The success I’m working on this week: being excited rather than terrified when I look at 10 hours in front of me with my two kids (age 9 months and 3 1/2) and no plans. Um, yeah.  That shift in consciousness will be a huge success for me at this moment in time.

More soon — and a hint, I will be revisiting the popular “no-gift birthday party” topic, and the upcoming holidays, with a very special Having Enough guest…


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  • 1. Melissa  |  November 15, 2009 at 9:58 pm

    I’m rooting for your success this week! I have faith in you.


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