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Avoiding Procrastination
Avoiding Procrastination

I can procrastinate with the best of them. My procrastination doesn’t get me into any kind of big trouble. When it comes to things that could get me in trouble I tend to get those things done. But when it comes to cleaning out closets, completing school forms, or making a doctor’s appointment, I can […]

Life, Liberty, And The Pursuit Of Happiness
Pursuit of Happiness

I don’t know anyone that doesn’t want to live a satisfying, happy life. Even the very earliest roots of our nation set us on this path: “We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, […]

6 Thoughts On Tears
Anxiety and Tears

There are a few universals in life that are common to all men and women. Tears are one of those things. Some of us cry easily and often. Others are more stoic and tears are slow to come. But we all cry. Here are a few thoughts on tears and some quotes from Jay Efran […]

The Rest Challenge
eliminating hurry and worry

My life is full. I’m not alone in this. Chances are you feel this way also. Here’s part of what fills my life: work soccer or lacrosse games for my kids homework spending time with my husband (with and without the kids) developing friendships a never ending number of before and after school kids’ activities […]

Disarming Conflict
Conflict Resolution Strategies

One of the most important decisions we can make in the midst of conflict is to realize that we need to be the one to respond in a healthy way. Whether it is with our spouse, co-worker, or child, the most helpful choice on our part is to own our response in the midst of […]

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