February 2008 - Kathryn C. Lang

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Banning of the “What ifs”

If seeing is believing, then isn’t dreaming the first step to becoming? Dreaming has been part of my personality since as far back as I can remember. Daydreams, yes, but also the dreams where I would picture myself doing, or saying or becoming the one thing I wanted. I could see myself at a book […]

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Kicking the Procrastination Habit

Procrastination is an easy habit to fall into. Once you get there, it can be hard (if not impossible) to dig your way out. Procrastination is a lot like an avalanche, the longer it goes, the bigger it grows. My uncanny ability to procrastinate reached almost infamous proportions when I was in school. I was […]

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Quick and Easy Meals

Writing full time has been eating away (pun intended) at my second love of cooking. There just isn’t time to prepare the menus and meals that I have done in the past. Instead of giving up on the cooking altogether, I’m learning how to make some of those thirty minute meals (and I mean prep […]

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I am Responsible for MY Success

My younger brother is not a tall guy. When he was playing high school basketball, he was about 5’6”, but he LOVED the game of basketball. Even though he was talented in other sports, he walked away from them to focus on his love. He practiced, played and trained for basketball. At the end of […]

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Learning to Work at Home Successfully

Working at home is both a blessing, and a curse, depending on what time of day you talk to me. It’s great that I can get up before dawn and begin pounding away at the keyboard. It’s not so great when the rest of the house gets up as well. Working in the middle of […]

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How to Handle the Unexpected Change

“This is not what I had planned.” If you haven’t said this in your lifetime, then just wait a while. Eventually you will come to that place in your job, your family, your church, or just life in general where things aren’t exactly the way you pictured them. It’s normal. You show your true character […]

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Financial Security is Just a Change Away

The number one concern that most married couples has is money – and I haven’t met a couple yet that was concerned because they had too much of it. Money (or lack of it) is one of the leading causes of divorce in America today. The overwhelming need for financial security seems to be embedded […]

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Who is Effecting You?

It was pouring down rain, I was running behind, there were errands yet to be run and I needed cash. My only bank branch was fifteen minutes out of the way. I decided to kill two birds with one stone and get cash back at the drug store after I picked out a few items. […]

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Avoid Writer's Burnout

Writing any thing on the same subject can began to wear you down. Writing online can be particularly exhausting because of the need for quick turn around. Avoid the urge to give up and walk away when the same subject starts haunting you in your sleep. Let a variety in your writing and in you […]

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Make Money Without a Job

The Dr. Phil show recently had a couple on that didn’t have “jobs.” Dr. Phil was insistent that in order for people to live productive lives (particularly when children are involved) they have to have a real (i.e. regular) pay check. I don’t regularly watch Dr. Phil, but the subject caught my attention. I walked […]

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