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Lisa’s Top Summer Reading Pic

This is my favorite book of the summer; Gift from the Sea from Anne        Morrow Lindbergh. It’s an inspirational story written in the early 1950’s about a woman who went on a retreat-style vacation to Florida’s Captiva Island where she reflected on lessons of love, marriage, youth, age, peace, solitude, and contentment. …

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Re-fueling and Renewing

“The universe will fill your cup — if you carry a big cup, a little cup, or a thimble!” – Sonia Choquette   Meditating in this Zen Garden, would easily renew a sense of tranquility and peace, but what if you don’t have a garden? Not to worry. Re-fueling our dreams and renewing our hope is …

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Starting Over

Have you ever experienced a massive change in your life, only to feel completely off kilter and maybe depressed? I am there right now and have been there many times in my life. With each transition, there are new opportunities to grow and learn through deep reflecting. Starting over is never easy, but absolutely possible …

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Keep It Simple!

Simplicity. So much has been written about it, yet few of us take a moment to contemplate its true meaning. What is simple for you, may not be for me. We all have tasks we view as simple. Yet this is not what I’m talking about. Really, simplicity is a matter of subjective perspective. For …

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Threading the Needle

Definition: When you try to accelerate past something by a narrow margin resulting in high risk. This can occur while driving through an intersection or attempting to complete a large project within 24hrs or less. We’ve all done it at some point or another even though the risk usually isn’t worth it. So why do …

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