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Amy Poehler on being in her 20’s, 30’s and 40’s

I just ran across a podcast called By The Way, In Conversation with Jeff Garlin.

I listened to Jeff’s chat with Amy Poehler, who I really like, and though this was funny and true and sharable: 

Amy says:

In your 20’s, you’re all about who you don’t want to be.

In your 30’s, you’re asking yourself who do you want to be.

And in your 40’s, you realize you just are who you are.

I’m a little behind Amy, I think. At 44, I’m just asking those questions about who I want to be.

But then, I’m young for my age, haha!

What about you?

Does Amy’s list ring any bells for you?

Food Issues – a chat with my health coach

My latest podcast is a chat with my friend and health coach, Vicki Manuel. We talked about our food issues, like emotional eating, the reasons we don’t want to diet and why it’s all about changing the way we think. Continue reading…

the Infinite Monkey speaks: permission to say no

Random brilliance from across the blogosphere…

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…a very good path to joy is to be clear with yourself about what you want, and about what you definitely don’t want.  Give yourself permission to say “no”~ good things will flow into the space you have created.

 – melissabluefineart

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No Name Kitty gets a Moniker

No, honey, she doesn’t need glasses. Moniker. It means “name” in fancy-pants talk.

First things first: thank you everyone for sharing your suggestions and stories. Because of you, the kitty formerly known as No Name now has a name!

Without further ado, allow me to introduce…

Catniss Caliope "Spike" Moran

Catniss Caliope “Spike” Moran

Thanks to:
JM Randolph – Catniss
Susie Lindau – Caliope
ridicuryder – Spike

Not to leave him out, Louis got a new nickname too.

Louis head

Louis “The Slayer” Moran

No Name Kitty is now completely overflowing with names. And they both now have totally awesome rule-the-zombie-apocalypse nicknames. But unfortunately, neither Callie nor Louis is available for comment at this time.

I think it’s a language barrier thing.