Monthly Archives: January 2014

You Are What You Eat

Two of the least favorite phrases I heard as a child revolved around the dinner table.  “You are what you eat” always conjured up images of wearing a bad meatloaf get-up with my sister in a corresponding ensemble looking like … Continue reading

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The Quiet Mind

Part of my spiritual practice for a number of years has been meditation.  I know what you’re probably imagining in your mind;  sitting on the floor with legs crossed, a blissful smile on my face and a long solemn “ooooohhhhhmmmmm” … Continue reading

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Lavish and Unrestrained Conditions

Last year, my husband’s company had a contest designed to get everyone motivated and improve their production.  The employees that reached a certain goal won a trip to an all-inclusive resort in Mexico.  My husband reached his goal!  But unfortunately … Continue reading

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Resolving To Be Mindful

Last year my resolution for 2013 was to be more optimistic.  While I felt I wasn’t a particularly negative person, the goal for me was to be more reflective and effective at being optimistic.  Now that the next year has … Continue reading

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