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Author Archive | Z Egloff

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Key Questions to Ask When Making a Decision

Decisions can be tough. There are so many factors to weigh, so many possible outcomes. Over the years, I’ve used different methods to make decisions. When I was younger, I relied on other people’s opinions. My key question was: What do other people think is the right thing to do? This method worked for a […]

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Sarcasm as a Spiritual Practice

Is there anything better than sarcasm? (See?! I’m diving right in!) Yes, that first remark was sarcastic. And it was fun. (At least, for me.) For those of you who are not (yet) amused, hear me out. Of course there are things better than sarcasm. Like sunsets. And the purr of a cat. And cats who […]

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Is It My Intuition? Or My Crazy Voice?

Everyone agrees that it’s a good thing to listen to your intuition. Everyone except the people who want you to listen to them instead of your intuition. But this post isn’t about them! It’s about us! And how we can learn to be the Best Intuition Listeners Ever! When I first got into touchy-feeley woo-woo […]

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The Key Ingredient to Healthy New Beginnings

Has this ever happened to you? You have a great new idea. You’re really excited about it. In your excitement, you tell someone who – the minute you open your mouth – you know you shouldn’t be telling. Sure enough, they tell you it’s not a good idea. They tell you it’s not realistic. They […]

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The Tricky First Step in Setting a Boundary

Have you ever tried to set a boundary? (Key word: tried.) And have you ever had your boundary trampled upon like a herd of caffeinated elephants escaping from the circus? You and me both, eh? Here’s the thing: When you read books about setting boundaries, and they give you that pep talk about how it […]

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A Selfish Reason to Care About Diversity

People are selfish. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. Our selfishness helps us stay alive. It helps us move forward, fulfilling our goals and dreams. Even someone like Mother Theresa, who most of us would view as one of the least selfish people on the planet, was doing something that was satisfying to her. […]

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Transgender Bathroom Access: A Love Story

I’ll never forget the first time a woman screamed when I walked into a women’s bathroom. I didn’t want her to scream. I just wanted to pee. But my short hair, tall frame and androgynous features led her to believe that a man had walked into the bathroom. I stuck out my chest and explained […]

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