Category Archives: humor

Blind Spot #3 – “We focus on a few details and we miss the big picture.”

How many of you have heard the phrase: “I can’t see the forest through the trees.” Oftentimes we acknowledge that at ground level, we do see the trees, we just don’t see how they connect. We only focus on certain … Continue reading

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Since aging is a fact of life – Let’s Take the Stress Factor Out Of Aging

Do you experience that anxious feeling when your boss is breathing down your neck? Does bumper to bumper traffic raise your stress level? Do you feel stressed when you think of all the things piling up at home or work? … Continue reading

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Seasons: My Pursuit of Happiness

In my journey, what I thought would make me happy, led me to quick fixes which caused me to deal with the shame of not being fulfilled. I turned to men to find a man. I turned to alcohol to … Continue reading

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THE LITTLE GIRL IN ME – SEASONS

When I was a little girl, I was so good, But when I became a woman, I was bad. When I was a little girl, I was so sweet, But when I became a woman, I was mad. I lived … Continue reading

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Is Exercise a punishment?

Is Exercise a punishment? Not According to Michelle May, M.D. in her January 2012 Am I hungry newsletter, we need to exercise for health, not punishment.  Read Dr. May’s advice: “Don’t make the mistake of exercising to earn the right … Continue reading

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Can YOU fail wisely?

Smooth seas do not make skillful sailors. — African proverb The Center for Social Leaders posted a very timely newsletter blog on Failing Wisely, enjoy: Many venture capital firms are actually more likely to invest in an entrepreneur who has already failed … Continue reading

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Mirror Mirror on the Wall – a little humor!

Mirror Mirror on the Wall, I’m not like her, not at all♥ Many Mothers all over the world would agree that with motherhood there is, at times, a love/hate relationship with daughters. My mom could be firm, an authoritarian, and … Continue reading

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