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The other day was my first experience doing water droplet photography, so I am in no way an expert. But, I did do a bit of research ahead of time, and thought it might be helpful or interesting to...

The other day was my first experience doing water droplet photography, so I am in no way an expert. But, I did do a bit of research ahead of time, and thought it might be helpful or interesting to...

Clarity matters. Clients often report not 'knowing' what they want; not being able to decide what to do. In fact, what's missing in their lives is clarity. Coaching helps clients get crystal clear about their desires in any facet of their lives. Once they have clarity, they realize they DO know what they want; they CAN make affirming decisions. If you don't have clarity, it's always going to be difficult to navigate life in a positive way. ~ JAL www.julielichty.com

Clarity matters. Clients often report not 'knowing' what they want; not being able to decide what to do. In fact, what's missing in their lives is clarity. Coaching helps clients get crystal clear about their desires in any facet of their lives. Once they have clarity, they realize they DO know what they want; they CAN make affirming decisions. If you don't have clarity, it's always going to be difficult to navigate life in a positive way. ~ JAL www.julielichty.com

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Freed from a suspended balloon a fraction of a second earlier, water maintains a balloon-like shape for a fraction more—long enough for Serge Raymond to capture the moment in a picture featured in National Geographic's Daily Dozen in June.

Freed from a suspended balloon a fraction of a second earlier, water maintains a balloon-like shape for a fraction more—long enough for Serge Raymond to capture the moment in a picture featured in National Geographic's Daily Dozen in June.