Books to Inspire and Motivate

March 15, 2021 by  
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I love reading. I can’t get enough and my bedside table is proof positive. As a writer – you can find my book Staying On Course by clicking this link – I am always on the lookout for books that motivate and inspire me. The pandemic has been a great time for these kinds of […]

Invest in Yourself

February 10, 2021 by  
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2020 was a rough year. It was the year that we all gave up something, sometimes a lot of somethings, for the greater good. 2021 will see a continuation of coming together and doing some things that are sacrifices, but hopefully will benefit all of us in the near future. We continue to wear masks, […]

Offering Grace

January 31, 2021 by  
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Last time I wrote I mentioned offering grace to make 2021 a better year. It got me thinking about a conversation I had recently. Not long ago I met a woman from Minnesota who was telling me about the snowstorms up there and how they brought out the best in people. Everyone would help out […]

Making 2021 a Great Year

January 14, 2021 by  
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Let’s face it, last year was probably one of the worst years many of us have ever experienced. Many of us lost our jobs, many of us lost businesses we’ve worked our lives for, many of us lost loved ones to a horrible virus that we’re still battling. Individually and collectively – 2020 was a […]

Reinventing Yourself During Covid

May 31, 2020 by  
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Many states are beginning to open up as the summer begins, but we’re still experiencing many of the restrictions of Covid-19. The pandemic won’t be over for a while so may as well settle in and use the time to reinvent yourself. Think of this time as an extended summer vacation during your school years. […]

Ambiguous Loss in the Age of Covid-19

May 13, 2020 by  
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We’re all in this together. We’ve all heard and read those words too many times to count. We are all in this together, all experiencing out own ambiguous losses – apart, but together – as if that makes any sense. Ambiguous Loss Ambiguous loss is a loss without closure. Examples include the disappearance of a […]

You Don’t Need to Learn a New Skill During Covid-19 Stay at Home Order

April 14, 2020 by  
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It’s been several weeks now since the nation was ordered to stay home. No one is entirely sure how many weeks since time is indeed a social construct, but if you’ve been home for a while, you’ve probably spent a fair amount of time online. And that’s good because that’s how we can connect during […]

How to Deal with Covid-19 Anxiety

March 30, 2020 by  
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By now we’ve been living with the stress and anxiety of Covid-19 (Coronavirus) for several weeks. The stock market looks like a rollercoaster, and there is all kinds of conflicting information about the virus making the rounds. How do you stay sane during this nerve-racking time? We all react to stress differently. Some rise to […]

Working at Home During the Coronavirus Crisis

March 16, 2020 by  
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If you’re like many Americans, you’re probably working from home for the next couple of weeks. Many businesses are shuttering their doors – including several retail businesses – so that workers can practice social distancing to slow the spread of the Coronavirus. If you’re not used to working from home, it can be quite the […]

10 Ways to Love Yourself this Valentine’s Day

February 14, 2020 by  
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Happy Valentine’s Day!! I hope you have a marvelous day and get to spend it with someone you love. Whether that’s a significant other, spouse, child, parent, pet, best friend or even yourself, take a moment today to spread a little love. Of course celebrating Valentine’s Day with a significant other is fun, and can […]

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