Purpose

Welcome to Invent Your Legacy Coaching.

This blog is a mixture of life experiences, life lessons, observations from a unique point of view, and articles that will inspire you to create, think, and take action to create a more fulfilling and fun future.  I hope that you will pause and stay awhile, visit now and then and let me know what you think.

The books I am working on will be posted at a later date. I write non-fiction and fiction.

I welcome your feedback and look forward to hearing from you!

As a Life Coach I inspire Artists, Musicians, and Writers to create their legacy.

48 Comments

  1. It really is a brilliant set of information and facts you listed in this article, I really believe we could be expecting a great deal more shortly.

  2. Thanks for enjoying “The Loneliest Highway in America” from my blog. Your writing is very inspiring. Thanks for sharing. Ray

  3. Good luck with the painting! It’s haaard work… I was aching after only paiting a bit of the celing in our place.

    • OK, this was actually meant to be a comment on your post about painting, AND I apparantly can’t spell at all today.

  4. Being a web site seller In my opinion the pad here’s actually wonderful. My spouse and i thank you for your own efforts. You need to keep writing once and for all! Good luck.

  5. Hello,

    Thank you for following my blog. I really appreciate it. I hope you have a joyful ride in each of your visits. Thank you and have a lovely day, my friend! :-)

    Subhan Zein

      • Oh, my! I am humbly thankful! Thank you so much! :-)

        I hope you enjoy visiting my blog every now and then. Keep penning and keep inspiring, my lovely friend! :-)

        Subhan Zein

  6. Sweet blog! I found it while surfing around on Yahoo News. Do you have any tips on how to get listed in Yahoo News? I’ve been trying for a while but I never seem to get there! Many thanks

  7. Katrina says

    I’ve nominated you for the Versatile Blogger Award and the Beautiful Blogger Award

  8. I like the idea of rewriting your life, especially since I am a writer. Losing my mom to pancreatic cancer forever changed my life, the way I view things, who I am as a person. But I’ve learned that just because my mom died, didn’t mean that I did too. I lost my mom nearly 4 years ago, and not a day goes by that I don’t think of her in some way. Although I will always miss her, I have healed (for the most part) from her illness and death. Writing has been may way of healing, and I started a blog in my mom’s memory and to help me heal. I am always trying to write several books. After my mom died, I didn’t know who I was. I felt lost. There was a huge hole in my life that I didn’t know how to fill. Slowly, very slowly, I am learning what it is like to live as just me – not a daughter, or wife, or mother. Just me. I guess you could say that I am slowly rewriting my life.

    • That’s exactly right. I lost both parents last year within 12 weeks of each other. I felt so lost, like part of my identity was gone. I keep a couple of journals going myself. It does seem to get better with time.
      Thank you for stopping by, nice to hear from you.

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  10. Thank you for taking the time to visit my blog http://endlesslightandlove.com and for leaving a like on my article Aura Drawing, it is appreciated :) You do have a lovely blog here and I congratulate you on your creative writing skills, and wish you success with your coaching business. I do hope you will stop by again soon, and I will do the same.

    Namaste

    Mark

  11. The Commonzense of Saint James says

    I am honored that you are following my blog. I hope you will find something that I write that will interest you. Blessings~David

  12. Hello You have an interesting writing style! I also like that you mix up a wide range of topics and styles as well…some personal and some fictional.
    Keep pressing on!
    Thanks Cyril

  13. You can definitely see your enthusiasm in the
    work you write. The world hopes for more passionate writers like
    you who aren’t afraid to say how they believe. At all times follow your heart.

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