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365 Days of Fun and Chillaxation – Blog#135 – The People in Our Lives Who Believe in Us: Matter.

Submitted by on September 1, 2010 – 5:10 pm

Along the way, I also began to hold out for more in my relationships.  For more joy.  For more safety.  For more trust.  I slowly learnt to say ‘I love you, but I don’t love the way you spoke to me, so I’m going now’ and to stick to it.  I learnt to hold out for better, not only because I’d become a mother and had another human being to model good communication too, but because strangely, I suspected the money flow thing was linked to the relationship thing.  And so now, things are shifting dramatically for the better on the relationship front, and I’m beginning to charge money for the skills I can offer, and people are willingly paying me in return.  It just gets better and better, and this, I feel is only the tip of the enormous orange flavoured (we’ll make it organic) Popsicle.   Thanks, to a large extent, to Serena Star Leonard, I no longer lust after my dreams, I’m literally living them.

She’s one rock’n wahine that Serena.

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365 Days of Fun and Chillaxation (as I raise my gorgeous son and grow my good news website to a subscription base of 100,000 people).  The Low Down on this Blog.

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