“I used to…. “

 I USED TO...... Do you know how many people start off their Discovery Sessions with that statement? "I used to...." Have time to exercise Have more money Sleep better Go out more Love my work more Be able to touch my toes You get the picture.  You may have even said some of these things, or have a few of your own.  Before you know it, a couple years go by and you're "I used to'n" yourself all over the place.  I was recently at a middle school graduation and the 14 year old valedictorian said, "I hear when you get older, time really flies. That's scary! Make the most of your time now, while you're young."  Out of the mouths of babes, lol. Well, now "you're a little bit older and a lot more bolder than you used to be."  How can a busy person keep it all going when they have so many demands on their time? To get out of the "shudda, wudda, cudda" syndrome...
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★ROCK STAR MONDAY★: STEVIE WONDER

This week in ★ROCK STAR MONDAY★: STEVIE WONDER     Stevie Wonder was born 6 weeks premature.  His retinas became detached and he would never experience eyesight.  Wonder says, 'Just because a man lacks the use of his eyes doesn't mean he lacks vision.'  He has taken what 'he gots to work with' and made major achievements in music while actively supporting many causes.  Stevie is the recipient of hundreds of awards and is known globally for his music and activism.  His music has influenced millions, including fellow artists, many of whom he has collaborated with. Being blind has never stopped Wonder, and he's never felt disadvantaged.  His mother left his father when he was 4, and moved Stevie and his 5 siblings to Detroit.  He became active in the choir and taught himself to play multiple instruments.   At age 11, Ronnie White of The Miracles brought Stevie to Motown where he was introduced to Berry Gordy, who signed him to Motown.  At...
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