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Here’s What I Learned From Being a Caretaker

Care taking can be an overwhelming when we think about it as “one who gives physical and emotional support to others”.  The question of how to find the balance of taking care of yourself and caring for a loved one […]

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Begin with the End

In Stephen Covey’s book – 7 Habits for Highly Effective People – he suggests beginning with the end in mind, and he’s right, before we can decide how we want to live our life we need to look at what […]

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What’s First – Body Mind or Spirit

Have you ever listened to someone tell you how you should keep house – set up your office – take care of your children – or even become aware – wake up to life?  You know the story.  We’ve all […]

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Balancing Life

When I hear this phrase I sometimes wonder if it is even possible.  The world comes at us with so many “should’s” it’s a wonder we can even sort it all out.
The world tells us how we “should” take care […]

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The Heat is On!

My child, treat yourself well, according to your means . . . . Do not deprive yourself of the day’s enjoyment”  (Sir 14:11, 14).
The heat is on and even though it can be uncomfortable there is an element of invigoration.  […]

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7 Ways to Slow Down and Enjoy Life

Isn’t it interesting right about now your lifestyle is changing drastically?   Life has slowed down; the children are out of school and it’s catch up time at work.  Have you ever sat down and pondered why life changes in June […]

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5 Steps to Make Change Easier

Do you hear CHANGE, change, or CHAnge?  Our body reacts to this word.  We can cringe and begin to have upset stomach as we feel the anxiety build within, while others get excited because they’re about to embark on something […]

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Detachment

“The only real relationship is a non-relationship”.   Thich Nhat Hanh
What? Well, that just doesn’t make any sense – or does it?
The real question to ask is what attachment do I have to the person, place, or thing.  If we are […]

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