Ducks in a Row … Please, Mine Aren't Even in the Same Pond, and I Think One Might Be a Flamingo

by candy barone Jun 21, 2024

We live under the notion that somehow we need to get all our ducks in a row before we can take massive action. 

I’m curious, what ducks?

The idea of waiting until everything is just so … or, that somehow I have to wrangle in these ducks and get them all in a row … sounds like a lot of work, and a pathway for...

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Rewriting the Narrative: Giving Your Pain Purpose

by candy barone Jun 19, 2024

I used to think that sharing my pain made me a victim. From an early age, I protected myself and shielding the challenges away from others. 

Regardless of the turmoil often going on at home, the emotional, mental, and at times physical abuse at from my father, or when I felt lost, alone and as if the world was against me.

I kept in all...

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Trust Me … I Will Always Choose the Bear

by candy barone Jun 17, 2024

So, recently there was a question posed on social media that went viral: 

“Would you rather be alone in the woods with a man or a bear?”

The responses nearly broke the internet, as men were in an uproar to realize that for most women their answer would be emphatically: the bear.

I have to say, in light of recent events and...

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Father's Day: Learning to Heal and Honor the Role My Dad Played in My Life

by candy barone Jun 16, 2024

Father’s Day celebrates the unbreakable bond between a father and his children, honoring the guiding presence and unwavering support of a paternal figure.

However, for some, including myself, this day is heavy with complex emotions, reminding us more of absence than presence, and of relationships fractured or lost.

For me,...

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Changing My Tune: How My Initial Assumptions Were Completely Wrong

by candy barone Jun 15, 2024

Have you ever dismissed something at first glance, only to later discover that you were dead wrong? 

You know, where you walked away from something or someone and then actually realized that you almost missed a diamond in the rough?

That was me with Jelly Roll’s music. 

When I first saw his performance at the CMA Awards, I...

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Making the Study & Exploration of Human Design a Little Easier

by candy barone Jun 12, 2024

When it comes to studying Human Design, let’s be honest … it can get pretty overwhelming rather quickly.

There is no lack of random rabbit holes and information you can explore.

Once you jump down one rabbit hole, you quickly find yourself lost in a sea of endless information, figures, nuances, and layers. Before you...

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Create Better Harmony in ALL Your Relationships with Human Design

by candy barone May 27, 2024

Have you ever thought you communicated something well only to be met with blank stares or the sounds of crickets?

Or worse, massive resistance.

You were intentional and took care to be deliberate about the words you chose, the way in which you delivered the message, and even monitored your tone and body language. 

Yet, somehow, your...

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How My Passion for Lifelong Learning Fueled My Company's Transformation

by candy barone May 25, 2024

To say things got a bit wonky the past several years would be a mild understatement. I know I’m not the only business owner who found herself assessing and taking inventory of every aspect of her company, as a result. 

The pandemic shifted a lot. It’s also illuminated new paths for opportunity. 

Yet, while the idea of...

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Pulling the Veil Back: What Lies Behind the Curtain and the Narrative We Tell Ourselves

by candy barone May 24, 2024

Sometimes it’s really hard to pull back the veil and let people see in. 

To see into the pain, the challenges, and the uncertainty.

It requires a level of vulnerability I personally am not comfortable with. 

I also know, on some level, that it’s in the sharing of our pain, our grief, our trial and tribulations, and in...

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The Significance of the 143rd Day of the Year, and a Reminder of How We Can Be More Intentional in Our Lives

by candy barone May 22, 2024

Growing up Mister Rogers was my hero. 

So much so that I would rearrange my classes in college just so I could take my lunch hour at home to catch his show. 

True story. 

I loved Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood and his fictional kingdom, known as the Neighborhood of Make-Believe with his recurring cast of characters, such as:...

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