What Grandma Knew About Cleaning a House: Tips to Help You Make Quick Work of It

Spring is an opportunity to sweep away dust bunnies, store winter clothes, pull back the curtains, and let the sunshine...
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What Grandma Knew About Cleaning a House: Tips to Help You Make Quick Work of It

Take a Walk in the Park: The Symphony of People and Life in Harmony Without Rehearsal

Take a Walk in the Park Day is celebrated annually on March 30, which encourages all of us to invest...
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Take a Walk in the Park: The Symphony of People and Life in Harmony Without Rehearsal

3 Ways Nature Encourages and Enlivens Your Artistic Side

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3 Ways Nature Encourages and Enlivens Your Artistic Side

7 Simple Steps to Create a Permanent Home Office

At the beginning of the pandemic, many of us scrambled to find space to work from home, whether it was...
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7 Simple Steps to Create a Permanent Home Office

Job Searching in Uncertain Times

Whether you had already been engaged in an active job search or you’ve just lost your job, I know it’s...
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Job Searching in Uncertain Times
Self-Talk: What You Say Matters

Self-Talk: What You Say Matters

The Inner Voice. We all have one, much of which was developed in childhood. It influences what we think of ourselves and how we do life. It is referred to as “self-talk” or our “internal monologue.” Some of us were blessed with caregivers and people who were...

Thankfulness

Thankfulness

My favorite holiday is Thanksgiving. Not all the craziness and pre-holiday stress but when the family gathers to eat a wonderful meal and to reflect on what we all have to be thankful for.   In my journey through this life I have realized that my thankfulness is at...

My Stage II Breast Cancer Journey

My Stage II Breast Cancer Journey

I can’t even tell you how important “self exam” is. Well, yes I can. That’s how I discovered my breast cancer. I found the lump when I self exam’ed in the shower. When the doctor called a few weeks later after all the appropriate tests were done, I had mostly...

Beautifully Broken

Beautifully Broken

Just over a year ago, I ended my 38-year marriage. Through some intense counseling, I learned that my husband had Malignant Narcissistic Personality Disorder. Research confirms that it can rarely be treated. Due to the verbal and emotional abuse I suffered from him...

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