Monthly Archives: October 2018


I was working with my daughter on our Halloween party last week. We were discussing how we were going to have it inside since it will most likely be rainy and/or cold. I remember telling her that that when I was a kid that we always had great...

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Being a Mom

When I was 4, I decided that I wanted to become a nun. I also wanted 12 cats, dogs, children and to marry my Uncle Harold. My mom told me that I couldn’t marry my uncle, and nuns are usually grade school teachers, at least the Franciscans were. I...

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Make a Difference Day

Make a Difference Day is celebrated on the fourth Saturday of October. This year that will be October 27. Initiated in 1990, this national day is devoted to helping others by doing volunteer work in the community. The activity can be almost...

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The Routine Rundown

Kids need consistency… We all do! Routines help create structure, build good habits, reduce stress, and increase efficiency. Creating regular routines can help adults work to their best potential. And likewise, regular schedules can provide the...

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Whole Hearted Living

What is whole hearted living? Brene Brown has been researching this for some time. She says… “Wholehearted living is about engaging with our lives from a place of worthiness. It means cultivating the courage, compassion and connection to wake up...

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Hooked on food!

Food should be a source of fuel. It should power us to do the things we need and ant to do. However, there are so many other facets to food that it becomes overly complex. I recently gave a talk on food addiction. In this talk I referenced that...

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