New Year Solutions (This is an anonymous submission that can only be seen by you, if you complete it online) On December 17, 2015 I posted a writing on Facebook by Dr. Maya Angelou and Pamela Redmond Satran entitled A WOMAN SHOULD HAVE. . .  In just three days it was reposted over 400 times. I believe that it hit home for many reasons. The list of things a woman should know and have included such a great range of items. This list is a great foundational tool kit. It offers something behind the glass should you have to break it in an emergency.  Reading something and being moved by it is one thing. Creating an opportunity for sustainable change is another. I believe it will be helpful to utilize this writing as a foundation for a list of things to strive for in 2016. I’ve turned the original writing into a checklist for you to use as you consider your 2016 goals. Read through the list and check off everything you still need. At the end you will have a complete list of what you need. You may save your results and return to update them as you accomplish your various items. We'll be covering some of this in my January 21, 2016 webinar, "Living Out of Limbo." Sign up HERE USING FIREFOX OR GOOGLE CHROME  
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DO YOU HAVE. . . *
 Enough money within your control to move out
 Something perfect to wear if the employer of your dreams wants to see you in an hour
 Something perfect to wear if the date of your dreams wants to see you in an hour
 A youth you’re content to leave behind
 A past juicy enough that she's looking forward to retelling it in your old age
 A set of screwdrivers,
 A cordless drill
 A black lace bra
 One friend who always makes you laugh
 One friend who lets you cry
 A good piece of furniture not previously owned by anyone else in your family
 Eight matching plates
 Wine glasses with stems
 A recipe for a meal that will make your guests feel honored
 A feeling of control over your destiny

DO YOU KNOW. . . *
 How to fall in love without losing herself
 How to quit a job
 Break up with a lover
 Confront a friend without ruining the relationship
 When to try harder
 When to walk away
 That you can't change the length of your calves, the width of her hips, or the nature of your parents
 That your childhood may not have been perfect, and it's over
 What you would and wouldn't do for love or more
 How to live alone, even if you doesn't like it
 Whom you can trust,
 Whom you can’t trust, and why she shouldn't take it personally
 Where to go, be it to your best friend's kitchen table, or a charming inn in the woods, when her soul needs soothing
 What you can and can't accomplish in a day
 What you can and can’t accomplish in month
 What you can and can’t accomplish in a year

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