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  1. This is a wonderful article! Lots of great information. I have been making vision boards for a while now and highly recommend making one!

  2. Hi Cat!
    My circumstances were a little different. I was a music teacher for about 7 years, became sick with EDS and had started the blog as a diversion. I was unable to teach. Now, as I work to improve my health, besides blogging I am not sure what I want to do. I love this but it always has been more of a hobby.
    I appreciate this article!!
    Jess xx

    1. I’m sorry to hear that you battle illness, and I used to be a music teacher also.
      Big hugs and thanks for your insights.

    1. Thanks Shelly – identifying the specific reason for being stuck is definitely the start to doing something about it!

  3. Great post, full of fresh ideas. Sometimes we are stuck in a comfort zone and don’t realize it. This article is a wake-up call to get back to dreaming and moving forward.


    1. Thanks so much for reading Rosemary and yes, it is so easy to settle into a comfort zone and before you realise it – you are stuck!

  4. Thank you for sharing these wonderful ideas. I agree there is no right or wrong it’s important to do what makes you happy. I’ve never made a vision board but set goals in my mind. Maybe it’s time I give it a try.

    1. I used to do the same – keep goals in my mind. However, I’ve made a digital vision board over the past few years, and keeping it front and centre on my laptop home-screen really helped me stay on track. Hmmm – I think I’ve found my next blog post lol!

  5. What a great read, Cat! Boredom is definitely a danger zone for me. My circle has a mantra: “A bored Jack is a dangerous Jack”… So thrilled to have you on board as a Kuel Life Thought Leader. You have so much wisdom to share.

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