Bright turquoise, ruby red, sapphire blue, emerald green, brilliant white …

Life can feel vibrant and sparkling and full of different colours.
It can also feel like boring beige, dull grey or even pitch black.

But how would “Starry night” by Vincent van Gogh look like without the dark blue?
So it’s not only about the bright tones. Acknowledging and integrating the darker hues creates depth and a better understanding of who you are and were you are heading in your life. – Foggy grey, melancholic blue, swamp green.

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The best advice I ever gave

It’s been a while since the last post, but for this great news I had to overcome my writer’s block.

Anne Wafer just published a great new resource: Barbara Sher’s new E-book:

The Best Advice I Ever Gave – 94 essential tips for making your dreams come true – by Barbara Sher

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It’s a book for everybody. If you are interested in Barbara Sher’s work or not doesn’t matter. It’s wisdom for life in a nutshell. Or as one comment put it: “… and trust me: you’ll wish you’d been handed this list at birth.” 🙂

Just go here: http://www.beyond-mountains.com/barbara-shers-e-book-launched and buy it. No need to ask any questions for this unbeatable price, too.

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