Wonder Wandering

Wonder Wandering

I was first introduced to Wonder Wandering when I was exploring a career shift. I wanted to toss out a potential interest and just play around with where it might take me so I could try on different prospects and see how they felt. Simply discussing options with others did not give me the information I was looking for. Often they would either try to solve the problem or just not get the playful nature I craved to explore alternatives. Continue reading

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Life Purpose or Purpose in Life?

Life Purpose or Purpose in Life?

Have you ever wondered what your life’s purpose is? That question haunted me for most of my life. I prayed, meditated, asked a life coach, pleaded, and begged, but I could never put my finger on it. Never. Not once. Not even close. Asking myself, What’s my life purpose? gave me anxiety—lots of it—which was definitely not the state of mind needed for discovering ones’ life work. Continue reading

Effect of Menopause on Intuition

Effect of Menopause on Intuition

There’s a lot of information about increased intuition after menopause. It is thought life changes normally accompanying menopause, such as children leaving home or retirement, allow for time to meditate and/or pay attention to our intuition, which has been there all along but gone unnoticed. What seems to be missing is discussion addressing how intuition manifests—visual, auditory, gut feel, etc—before, during, and after menopause. Continue reading

Symptoms of Worthiness

Symptoms of Worthiness

According to the dictionary, worthiness involves being “good enough.” It defines worthiness as possessing qualities or abilities that warrant distinct recognition or respect. In relation to specific roles, jobs, or awards, worthiness has its place. But when its comes to human beings, what are the symptoms of worthiness? Continue reading

The Stories We Tell

The Stories We Tell

The Stories We Tell

We all have a story, a way in which we describe ourselves to others. This story—our self-definition—reveals how a we see ourselves and how we want others to see us. There is as much information in what we say as is in what we don’t. Closely observed, we can learn a lot about someone when they tell us their story. Continue reading