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Dear LifeNow Friends,
I confess.  I do tend to look at life through 'rose-colored glasses'.  I have been accused of this on a regular basis.  This natural tendency has been something I've learned to value in my life. 

"Some people are always grumbling because roses have thorns; I am thankful that thorns have roses."  Alphonse Karr

I have people who love it, others who have accepted this about me, and those that find it irritating and try to steal my rose-colored glasses from me!

When I was a young girl, my grandfather lovingly nicknamed me Cricket.  After he passed away, I started thinking about it and wondered why he thought of this name for me.  My family shared that it was probably because I was always 'moving and chirping'!  It made me laugh and it was something that I often thought about with warmth. 

I didn't think of this loving nickname as something negative until someone commented after hearing about it that crickets were irritating and it probably annoyed him that I talked so much.  Was I annoying and irritating to my Pop?  I knew how much he loved me.  He was a happy, loving man that loved to tease and make us laugh.  I knew he meant it in an endearing way.  So as young as I was when this happened, I dismissed the thought and DECIDED to cherish the memory!

This may have been the first time I realized the magic in wearing my rose colored glasses.  It felt good to go with what I knew about my Pop and not settle on someone else's opinion. 

Sometimes in life we let people steal our joy.  We can feel great about something and then an opinion or comment comes along and it completely throws us off course.

It's ok to pick yourself up and put on your rose-colored glasses  It can be empowering to not let negativity or other peoples opinions impact your confidence and joy!

"Your value doesn't decrease based on someone's inability to see your worth."

It can be a challenge to put on a pair of 'rose-colored glasses'. So if you need encouragement to put yours on, stop on by and read through my blog.  I would love to cheer you up and cheer you on! Find a positive and encouraging person in your life to remind you how cool you are! And if you need a little extra help, reach out! Let's set up a coaching session!

 I can connect with you online or via telephone and we can explore ways for you find a pair of rosey glasses that help you look on the bright side of your own life!  I am committed to letting you 'borrow' mine until you find just the right pair for you! 

Cheers,
Coach Cricket
LifeNow Consulting and Coaching
[email protected]


Dear LifeNow Friends,
I confess.  I do tend to look at life through 'rose-colored glasses'.  I have been accused of this on a regular basis.  This natural tendency has been something I've learned to value in my life. 

"Some people are always grumbling because roses have thorns; I am thankful that thorns have roses."  Alphonse Karr

I have people who love it, others who have accepted this about me, and those that find it irritating and try to steal my rose-colored glasses from me!

When I was a young girl, my grandfather lovingly nicknamed me Cricket.  After he passed away, I started thinking about it and wondered why he thought of this name for me.  My family shared that it was probably because I was always 'moving and chirping'!  It made me laugh and it was something that I often thought about with warmth. 

I didn't think of this loving nickname as something negative until someone commented after hearing about it that crickets were irritating and it probably annoyed him that I talked so much.  Was I annoying and irritating to my Pop?  I knew how much he loved me.  He was a happy, loving man that loved to tease and make us laugh.  I knew he meant it in an endearing way.  So as young as I was when this happened, I dismissed the thought and DECIDED to cherish the memory!

This may have been the first time I realized the magic in wearing my rose colored glasses.  It felt good to go with what I knew about my Pop and not settle on someone else's opinion. 

Sometimes in life we let people steal our joy.  We can feel great about something and then an opinion or comment comes along and it completely throws us off course.

It's ok to pick yourself up and put on your rose-colored glasses  It can be empowering to not let negativity or other peoples opinions impact your confidence and joy!

"Your value doesn't decrease based on someone's inability to see your worth."

It can be a challenge to put on a pair of 'rose-colored glasses'. So if you need encouragement to put yours on, stop on by and read through my blog.  I would love to cheer you up and cheer you on! Find a positive and encouraging person in your life to remind you how cool you are! And if you need a little extra help, reach out! Let's set up a coaching session!

 I can connect with you online or via telephone and we can explore ways for you find a pair of rosey glasses that help you look on the bright side of your own life!  I am committed to letting you 'borrow' mine until you find just the right pair for you! 

Cheers,
Coach Cricket
LifeNow Consulting and Coaching
[email protected]


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