It's nice to see so many graduates. They're looking relieved and happy, ready for their next adventure, going off to college or going job hunting. I can remember the first time I had to put together that perfect resume. I wanted to make sure it had … [Read more...] about Juggling
Sometimes, when information is presented differently, it makes us stop and consider if we're doing all we can to help ourselves. Do we understand the meaning behind some of the actions we take and the affect in our lives? I read a book recently with … [Read more...] about Life, Breath, Thoughts
Sometimes, shopping during the holidays can take a temporary toll on your sanity. I had to catch myself the other day as I went on a mad hunt for my hard-to-find lipstick. Driving around for a parking space and then dashing into the store, weaving … [Read more...] about Remember to Pause
Aged 90 and backwards, my family gathered for our version of the traditional holiday meal. New impressive dishes and old favorites made for a perfect combination - so much food to share. And, who can resist the seasonal smells and energy - cinnamon, … [Read more...] about Happy Holidays!
courage doesn't always roar. sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day saying, "I'll try again tomorrow." Mary Anne Radmacher I'm calling 2016 The Year of the Courageous!. Here's to me, here's to you, here's to another … [Read more...] about A New Year, A Courageous You
I was recently looking over some items from last year at this time. I had been watching the different Life Class sessions on OWN every Sunday, so when I heard about the "Life You Want Weekend Tour" I was ecstatic. I purchased my ticket early, took … [Read more...] about Oprah’s Effect
About a year and half ago I participated in a workshop at the New York Public Library called "Percussion with Passion for Adults 55+". It was taught by a wonderful woman after retiring from 20 years in the school system. She felt that seniors … [Read more...] about Inspired to Try Something New
Summer of 2014. I'm a 14 hour drive from home, and this is the first time I've enjoyed a ten minute sunset with my family.If it takes the drive, the packing, the boarding the cat, and the summer rates on a condo to get me to take these 10 … [Read more...] about Family Time