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Month: January 2019

Feeling Guilty?

Feeling Guilty?

Feeling guilty? Honestly, only for about 3 minutes! Most household chores completed, business tasks on point, and appointments set.  When I knew school would be cancelled today, I worked to get many tasks out-of-the-way yesterday.  This morning, I did manage to make coffee and oatmeal, listen to a podcast and obviously, I’m writing now. So there […]

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My Wish For You

My Wish For You

My Wish For You Fifty three! That’s quite a few rotations around the sun, but I believe life just continues to get better with age.  It might have been my birthday yesterday, my wishes, however, are all about YOU! Wishes I hope this year brings you at least one thing that you have been longing […]

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Why Travel is Important

As I sat in the San Antonio International Airport waiting to head home, it hit me.  Was it the best time to take a trip?  That depends on perspective.  On one hand, I haven’t found a new job yet so maybe I shouldn’t have spent the money. On the other hand, I can list positives […]

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Are You Living in a Cage?

Are You Living in a Cage?

Well, that’s a random (however, truthful) question for a Wednesday, but certainly an important one to ask: are you living in a cage?  I don’t mean that literally of course, but metaphorically, do you feel trapped in your own home, job, marriage, family?  Perhaps, worst of all, do you feel trapped in your own mind; so […]

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Importance of Living in Gratitude

Importance of Living in Gratitude

The importance of living in gratitude cannot be underestimated.  “The benefits of practicing gratitude are nearly endless. People who regularly practice gratitude by taking time to notice and reflect upon the things they’re thankful for experience more positive emotions, feel more alive, sleep better, express more compassion and kindness, and even have stronger immune systems. […]

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Oh what a year!

Oh What a Year!

Oh what a year! On this last day of 2018 (and now into the early hours of 2019), I sit with a glass of wine, in my comfy pj’s and watching the final Hallmark Christmas movies. I also find myself struggling with what to put on paper.  There were plenty of good times and memories, […]

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