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Living On Purpose

In this blog Elaine Taylor-Klaus shares her musings on purposeful parenting, partnering and living. Read, enjoy, and comment ...


Entries in Balance (6)

Friday
Mar292013

Using Time Effectively (lessons from the fast lane)

In my house, we are living life at a "warp-speed-wonderful" pace, these days, trying to fulfill commitments and responsibilities, while making time for the extra passion-pieces that make life worthwhile. Admittedly, we’ve probably bit off a bit more than we can chew. But at this point – even with multitude of "juicy NOs" that we decline daily – there is nothing extraneous on our plates to eliminate. This is, quite simply, an extra-busy time of life for us. But here’s what we’re learning from it. When life gets...

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Sunday
Apr112010

It's all in the Timing

The most precious commodity in my life, by far, is Time. Time, after all, is all I've got. And if you think about it, it's all you have, too ...

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Monday
Mar152010

Why Can't I Put Myself To Bed?

Getting enough sleep ... We all know we need it. So why is it so hard to do?

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Sunday
Feb142010

Bringing Vacation Back to Your Life

I am sitting in the shade of a hundred-year-old tree, over-looking the San Francisco Bay, the Golden Gate Bridge peeking out through the fog. The wind is steady and sure, the weather unseasonably warm.

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Sunday
Feb072010

Life Coaching: Being in love is so damn vulnerable.

"To be truly in love, I run the risk of losing myself... Not a very feminist admission but I think it's the nature of the beast." In this piece I struggle with the vulnerability of being in love and staying true to myself. Join me in a heartfelt look at this constant game of tug of war.

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Monday
Nov162009

Living On Purpose

A few years ago, I channeled my mid-life crisis into a celebration, and I have never turned back. After years of trying to figure out what I wanted to “do” when I grew up, I finally discovered that along the journey I’ve been doing it. I just didn’t know what it was called ...

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