Chasing Everyday Clarity
Welcome! I'm Mary V!
I WRITE ABOUT INNER & OUTER CLARITY
Because the things that have us stuck in life come in many forms: thoughts, emotions and beliefs. Not just what we tell ourselves but in the stories others have told us, too!
So I’m constantly on the lookout for what I can release in order to be aligned with what matters most to me!
A CONFIDENT SHIFT INTO OUR FUTURE IS POSSIBLE
It starts with clearing out mental, emotional and physical clutter … the stuff that has us stuck in an old story. Make room for discovering a new life chapter filled with purpose, contentment and joy.
The articles and short #CoffeeBreakStories in My Blog share ideas for intentional living. And meet authentic #WomenOver50 in stories about friends who shifted into a fulfilling chapter on their terms!
LET’S DO THIS TOGETHER!
The perfect life for us is not found in the social media scroll. It’s the one right before us, as we identify what lights us up … and we embrace that!
+ Discover Your Personal Clarity +
Deciding what to keep and what to let go from a well-lived life can feel heavy!
Everything you remember, feel, touch and see has meaning for you.
Yet not each and every thing from your Past needs to stay, does it?
Start with small choices:
Make space by identifying what matters most now— Keep this.
Make peace with what no longer (or maybe never) does— Release that.
Feel the joy of a fresh chapter opening up:
A refined wardrobe … a better mindset … new adventures … a different answer for “What next?”
Come join me!
+ The Latest from My Blog +
#CoffeeBreakStory: Is Every Thought Worth Ranting About To The World? I drastically cut back on my social media consumption during my summer hiatus, which I
#CoffeeBreakStory: Taking Stock When Stepping Back Happy September! 🍁 Like our ever-so-cultured European friends, I was on hiatus most of August. Actually, I started stepping
#CoffeeBreakStory: Anyone else weary of “should” and “could” demands? I was clipping along briskly with stuff—doesn’t matter what—just things I thought I should and could