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Body Loving Homework 10.14.12

Ronna Detrick’s post on women’s commerce, raising prices, and standing firm broke my heart way open, in the best possible way.

You need to try polenta fries. Seriously, when I was at Green Mountain at Fox Run these fries were discussed in fervent whispers usually reserved for only the MOST delicious foods on the planet. And then I had them myself. And then I fell, hook, line and sinker.

Needless to say, they are delicious.

Required reading: A Hot Bed of Sexual Insecurities by Brittany Gibbons.

What to do when you realize that you need to fire your doctor.

It all comes down to this: “I got to” vs. “I get to”

Do you know how to brag about yourself? I’m talking about, really, truly, shouting from the rooftops about all of the things that you’ve worked your hardest on? Please make this a habit, STAT.

This post about National Coming Out Day (which, ahem, was last week – FYI) was my absolute favorite. Also, in the spirit of National Coming Out Day – I’m gay, in case you hadn’t heard. Wink.

Do you ever find yourself wondering exactly how much is “OK” to want? As in, before people start calling you an arrogant, greedy wretch or whatever your inner mean girl says – this post is for you.

Hannah Marcotti’s latest post about community absolutely stokes the first in my heart that tends to cultivating a community of my very own. So much love:

Our community is not me talking/writing and you just listening. It is also me listening and hearing you back. It is the flow of our energy and the sharing of our gifts together. I set the table and you bring the wine. Community is shared purpose, goals and explorations. The communities I am part of are warm and cozy, sunshine through the windows warming us when we need it most, lifting and truth telling. Lots of truth telling.

Have you ever participated in National Novel Writing Month? Wanna join in with me while I take a crack at it? Get yourself started with Brenda’s answer to what I’d imagine is a very common question.

If you’ve been feeling a little lost, Alex Franzen’s post about rounding up your heroes will have you claiming your lineage, building on a strong foundation, and pulling all your wobbly bits together in no time.

I’m experimenting with this next week: Baked Fruit 3 Ways.  Oh gosh and these Pumpkin Pie Bites. I LOVE FALL.

Laura Simm’s DIY Branding: Maverick Digital Toolbox is GENIUS. Run, don’t walk.

10 Delicious Ways to Eat More Kale. Mmmmhmmm.

How to make your like (more) awesome this week:

This week’s installment is brought to you by the Body Loving Homework E-Course, because enrollment is in full swing for the next six days and I really hope that you check it out.

Settle in.  Grab your favorite beverage.  Pull out a fresh piece of paper.

Write on the top of it -How I want to feel January 1st, 2013:

Get to writing.

Here’s the thing. You have approximately 3 months between today and January 1st, so now is the time to tuck into the habits, skills, new beliefs, and really! exciting! new! things! to get yourself ready to start off 2013 on a high note.

Popular in our society are:

  1. Tips and Tricks to get you through the holiday season without putting on a pound.
  2. Resolutions for how to start off January 1st with your best foot forward.

By my estimation, what we are lacking is a solid (and sane) dose of perspective. I’m certain you’ve got big dreams for 2013 -  I know I do – and I’m also certain that you know that in order to be most present and excited and happy and on sure-footing to make those dreams a reality. Help yourself along the path by taking a moment today to think about the multitude of ways that you can ensure your own happiness and success by taking care of yourself now – not just during holiday parties or when navigating difficult familial situations or after the first of the new year.

I also want to extend an offer to each and every one of you:

This Wednesday (10/17/12) night from 6:30 – 7:30 EST, I’m hosting a (free) teleclass to discussThe Power of Writing in Cultivating Self-Love.  Our conversation is going to beall about what hopes we have for ourselves and how using writing as a daily practice can help you get there. I sure do hope you’ll join us.

To sign up, click on this link.  Bonus! Even if you can’t make it, signing up will score you a recording of the conversation even if you can’t make it live.

1 Comment to Body Loving Homework 10.14.12

  1. October 14, 2012 at 6:06 pm | Permalink

    So grateful to be mentioned/highlighted/supported here, Mara! Thank you!
    Ronna Detrick recently posted..The Snobby Store (or: thoughts on women’s commerce, raising prices, & standing firm)My Profile

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