Category Archives: Talk Less Say More

Things are brewing….

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Things are brewing, changes are coming and I hope you’re all excited!The Healthy Living Summit sparked an inspiration in me to truly find my direction in the blog world.  I was already inspired post conversations with Tracey while I was home, but the inspiration train just came charging faster and faster.Being stuck on the couch or in bed sick the… Read more »

I need to…

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We are afraid of truth, afraid of fortune, afraid of death and afraid of each other.  Our age yields no great and perfect persons. – Ralph Waldo Emerson I think I need to climb more trees.  And go for more walks.  An take more adventures. And let go more. And be free more.  And be more open.  And make more… Read more »

What To Know When You’re 25(ish)

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This is a really interesting article I ran across yesterday from December 2010; and boy does it hit home.  While I recommend reading the entire thing, especially if you feel like you’re in the same weird in-between that I’m finding myself in, below are a few of my favorite snipes from the article.  And even if you’re not in the… Read more »

It’s the little things

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I’ve said this numerous times and I’ll say it again. It’s all about the little things.   It’s the little things that make our days, put smiles on our faces, cheer us up when we’re feeling down. It’s the little things that make us appreciate life, make us laugh, and fill us with happiness. As I mentioned this morning, I… Read more »

The Meaning Behind Your Blog Name – Day 20

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In case you missed my first post, here (http://talkless-saymore.blogspot.com/2011/01/talk-less-say-more.html) it is, where I touch on why I started the blog.  ‘Talk Less, Say More’ came from a Swedish Proverb I ran across that felt like my new mantra for 2011.  I don’t start resolutions, but rather look for ways of self-improvement and this seemed like the perfect solution, a way… Read more »