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Overwhelm. We all know it. It happens and it happens again. It’s a result of many parts of our lives… social, financial, professional, personal… things seem to pile up and we feel it: OVERWHELM. Generally what happens is a variation … Continue reading
We work with them and for them. They are in our classes, our clubs, our gymnasiums and our places of worship. We encounter them at the businesses and restaurants we frequent. They can be our friends, our partners, our spouses … Continue reading
Maybe it is the weather here in the Mid-Atlantic–days and days on end of gray and brown, cold and then colder temperatures and the seemingly endless parade of epic snowstorms we’ve been getting–but, lately, I’ve heard so many people around … Continue reading
Stress. Holiday stress. Family stress. Work stress. Mind stress. Body stress. And a to-do list that grows longer and longer. What if today there could be one less thing to cause you stress? One less thing to do? What … Continue reading
I met a sweet, funny and interesting woman over the weekend. We were both authors at a regional book festival and became new friends throughout the day while we sat next to each other. We talked about many things–parenthood and … Continue reading