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Who’s Controlling Your Story?

Here I am on my first solo road trip, crossing the Mississippi River.

If you had to introduce yourself to a dozen strangers every day, with no naysayers or fact checkers weighing in, what would you say?

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Nowhere to Sleep in Oil Country

Here's a story where fellow campers came to my rescue

Trying to find a place to camp in North Dakota oil country took some ingenuity and the help of fellow campers willing to brave Yellowstone River mosquitoes.

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Bug Bits & Petrol Perfume

It's much easier to over-pack for a trip than to pack just enough. Why? Over-packing requires less thought and discipline -- just pile it in.

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The Reset Button

What might look like stepping out into nowhere to one might look like a leap of faith to another. Take a leap and watch what happens!

New Year’s Day is a great day for pushing your life’s reset button, and this series is designed to support you, using what I've learned from my own life reset.

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Lessons on Flexibility and Ego

Every day of each road trip has its own theme. The first week of my 2012 road trip dished up plenty of chances to exercise flexibility and to get my ego in check.

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Preview of “Live Full Throttle: Life Lessons from Friends Who Faced Cancer”

Live Full Throttle: Life Lessons From Friends Who Faced Cancer should be off the printing press in January, 2012.

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Life Lessons from the Bike: Slipping, Sliding and Sticking

Fighting the bike, over-correcting, and freezing into a rigid posture are sure ways to take a tumble off road and in life. As the Serenity Prayer reminds us, there are things we can change, things we can't and knowing the difference is the key to success.

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Reverb10, Day 31: Core Story

I always wanted to write for a living, always wanted to travel. The camel believed this was impossible. The lion in me won't have it any other way. Ultimately Spirit is my judge, not my creditors, not the IRS, and not you.

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Reverb10, Day 30: Gift

Prompt: This month, gifts and gift-giving can seem inescapable. What’s the most memorable gift, tangible or emotional, you received this year?

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Reverb10, Day 28: Achieve

This year I want most to produce a book that people want to BUY. This differs from work-for-hire. People buying my book will reward me for my CREATIVITY as well as my craft. I often write about the role that my spiritual beliefs play in my life. One that Julia Cameron's The Artist's Way drove home to me is that God loves creatives because God is the Great Creator.

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