Back in the (blog) saddle and ready for a new ride!

The interesting thing about writing a blog is you really don’t know if anyone is reading it. At first I was certain the whole world was reading it, and this idea made me very nervous. Then I realized it was pretty much just family and friends — and even they tend to skim. So I felt a little less stressed, but still a little bit unsatisfied. Then I saw that I do now have a pretty good little list of subscribers, and that seems just right. I know I’m talking to someone out there who, at one time or another, liked something I wrote well enough to subscribe. So to all of you, I say, “Thank you . . . and I do promise to get better at multitasking.

I say this because if you are a regular reader, you’ve probably been wondering where the heck I’ve been since January. So here’s a quick look at what’s been stealing my attention from the blogosphere and its related social media platforms. I do apologize again for this lapse (and I do have a dozen or so January/February posts half-written that I’ll eventually finish, add images and resource links as always, and upload to our archives at some point (I’ll create a digest of these when I do so you’ll know they’re there and can check them out if they seem interesting to you), but once you get a look at what we’ve been up to, I think you’ll agree it was time well spent!

Now, I’d like to claim the Dust off Your Dreams Retreat as my own brainchild —and maybe the spark of it was—but it’s really become a perfect storm of the right people, the right ideas and the right intent coming together to produce the amazing, life-changing content and setting that has become the brain trust now known as the Dust off Your Dreams Retreat at the Wildcatter Ranch Resort and Spa. We’ve set the half-price pilot for this program for April 1 3-15 (Register by March 15 to get this special rate!), and we welcome all women age 35-65 (horse crazy or not!) to come join the fun and life-changing introspection that this pivotal weekend in a spectacular setting promises each and everyone in attendance.

Get all the details and sign up at The registration deadline is coming fast and space is limited, so grab a friend (it’s an even better rate if you bring a friend) and sign up today. For more information or to sign up by phone with your credit card (we use PayPal on the site, but you do not need a PayPal account to use this secure payment service; just click on the credit card icons and follow the prompts), please feel free to give us a call at 1-888-773-8187.

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