I have an extraordinary life. I have two criteria for determining that:
- I wake every morning before my alarm, energized and looking forward to the day and the adventures it will bring. I love waking up in the morning.
- I go to bed at about the same time every night, relaxed, content and satisfied. I sleep like a baby.
Rinse and repeat.
That’s what goes into living an extraordinary life. Having a zest for living, for being alive, and for eagerly anticipating all that life and the Universe is bringing to me.
I didn’t always live life like that. All too often I was in victim mode, being buffeted around and wondering how to get off this wacky carousel we call life. It wasn’t fun.
Then I went through the survivor mode. I wasn’t feeling victimized, feeling like a permanent and professional victim any more. Instead, I felt like a…
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