Oh No

It happened again!  Somehow my blog for January just disappeared.  Poof it is out there somewhere floating on the super highway called the Internet.  Did I do what my 24 year old said to do and back it up?  Nope, I did not.  Did I write it in a document first and then transfer it over here?  Ummm, NO!  Why am I discussing this on my blog?  It is quite simple really I am having a grief...
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Meaningful Christmas

Around the holidays there is a certain buzz in the air. Anticipation is building. You can feel the energy when you are out and about. Some of this energy is stress. If you have children there is extra stress attending their programs, trying to stay on schedule and wanting to give them them the “perfect Christmas” while you are juggling work, office parties, friends parties (insert anything...
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Attitude of Gratitude

In November I reflect on something that I am grateful for each day. Here are some that I posted on facebook. “A quiet crisp morning, the smell of coffee brewing, yellow, red, and orange leaves falling to the ground and contentment in my heart.” “So blessed to have a job I love.” “Time spent with family is pure joy.” Being grateful has a calming effect,...
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HALLOWEEN

May you navigate the tricks in life and be rewarded with treats. Have a safe Halloween. Share this...FacebookGoogle+TwitterLinkedin
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Work, Work, Work, Work, Work

Young adult: “My mom was so mean to me! She made me do chores!” Me: “What kind of chores?” Young adult: “Dusting, mopping, vacuuming, and washing dishes.” Me: “How old were you?” Young adult: “I was in High School.” Me: (stunned silence) This type of conversation has been increasing over the years, and I think that I need to address the issue of chores. 1. Doing chores...
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