One of the most basic elements to your intuition is asking better questions.  Your intuition is about giving you answers, but you’ll get crappy answers if you ask crappy questions. Remember when your childhood teachers would say, “There are no stupid questions!”  Well… I would still say that to be nice. Librarians have a funny […]

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  • Anna - Mind and body… sometimes I let things sink in when I need time for my mind or body to catch up to the other. Sometimes I say I need to let that something sink in because I don’t have the time or desire to think about it at that moment so I’m really buying myself time. Isn’t it all about time though? I’ll let that sink in for a moment 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Alex Lantsman - I beleive that one of the most important intuitions we’ve developed over millennia is ‘Intuition of Safety’ or ‘Intuition of Danger.’ But now it seems that a lot of people (women especially) I’ve spoken with ignore this intuitive warning. For example, walking down a street – seeing a stranger – knowing/feeling in your gut that this is a bad man, that something is not safe, but continuing to walk in that direction anyway.

    One of the possible topics I have for your blog is a discussion on intuition of safety/danger and the importance of not ignoring your feelings. Maybe you can invite people to share some examples where they did or did not listen to their intuition.

    Thanks!ReplyCancel

  • Liane - Very nice job! Good info!ReplyCancel

Let’s talk about your intuition. Some people call it “the woo” or a “sixth sense.”  Let me be very clear:  this is not a movie and we’re not talking about dead people.  Is intuition a little bit “woo”?  Sure.  Can you use it to talk with the dead?  Big, fat nope.  While I do believe […]

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  • Anna - Oh Mary… This is awesome. I had a rough day yesterday and now understand why. You make it so easy to understand how to work things or out with super analogies. I heart you 🙂
    This is a great article! Thank you for writing it and reminding the world that we all have this within us.ReplyCancel

Role call.  Are you ready to go back to school with me?  I’m back to deliver on my promise to drop my glitter bomb!  After a long hiatus, I’m here to fill in the blanks about where I was and what I was doing. But first, from now on I’ll be be giving you exclusive […]

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  • Tessa - Mary is a great soul, smart cookie, hilarious geek, and brilliant. She is great at making you think about what you really want (or really don’t want) and then making you laugh about it.ReplyCancel

  • Lee - Way to go! Congrats on your new endeavors!

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Change is afoot!  There has been so much moving & shaking since the New Year and I didn’t have the words yet to share the preview with all of you… until now.  I’m coming up on the 4th anniversary of my very first blog post and I’ve been so amazed at the things I’ve done […]

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  • Shannyn - Yay!!! I’ve been thinking about my blog as well! You inspire me!ReplyCancel

  • Jenna Lenhart - Way to go. I can’t wait to see what’s coming. 🙂ReplyCancel

  • Madelyn Littles - I am SOOOO excited for you!!! I have t been to blog land in awhile, but this post popped to the top of my newsfeed and I knew I had to read. You’ve worked so hard, I just know this is going to be spectacular 🙂 I can’t wait to dance in the glitter shower when you pop your planning bubble! P.S. I LOVE your photo! You look so ridiculously happy and gorgeous!ReplyCancel

    • Mary Ann Williams - Awww, thanks, Mo!! 🙂 I’m really excited, too! I think I’m just going to have to blog about the process anyway. Since I posted this, I’ve had so many messages and it’s been simply amazing. Also, you had a baby (a super cute one at that!) — no harm to blog land. 😉ReplyCancel