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Erosion

A friend and colleague just sent me this piece and although it was written 25 years ago, (sorry, I don’t have the source), it rings true today. I erode my Inner Woman (Man) when: ~only accomplishments gratify me ~symbols of … Continue reading

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Are You Sleeping?

Many busy people have trouble getting enough sleep either because they are over-scheduled and sleep is the second thing forfeited with eating a balanced meal the first, or because they just can’t turn their minds off even though their bodies … Continue reading

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Three Ways to Stay True to Yourself

A recent article listed the top 5 regrets of people who were in the last stages of a terminal illness.  These regrets had nothing to do with unfulfilled bucket lists but rather reflected regret that the truly important things in … Continue reading

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Mothers and Stress

Just read a great blog about why women with children tend to be stressed all the time.  Basically, it says women know the unwritten rules for helping children fit into civil society and that includes what they pack for lunch, … Continue reading

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Time Away – Alone? Oh My! Oh YES!

By now you have probably read or heard about the mom who went on a vacation by herself leaving her child home with a relative – for 10 days.  The internet has been buzzing with everyone weighing in the merits … Continue reading

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Time4Yourself and Nike

I read a post the other day that claimed those who suggested that we take time for ourselves were insulting our ability to know what is right for us.  The writer felt it was arrogant to suggest that a mother … Continue reading

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