Years ago I went through a divorce that was devastating for me. I was tied so keenly to the idea of marriage for a life time and of being in love with my husband. I was so unaware at the time that what I thought I had, wasn’t real. I learned a lot from that experience and I hope that the following tips will help you, like they helped me.
Added by Sue Bock on March 29, 2013 at 6:54pm — No Comments
Most people face challenges in life and it is sometimes easy to allow circumstances to overwhelm them. Very few people have everything go their way and many that seem to have an easy life face difficulties that others do not see. Truly successful people have conquered many things that could have defeated them including the concrete problems, i.e. lack of resources, and intangible obstacles that are unseen or that cannot be rationally explained, such as fear.
Following are ten…
Added by Jasmine OConnor on February 19, 2013 at 3:07pm — No Comments
As all of you know, excess of anything is bad for health. The same stands true for alcohol. Alcohol, if taken in excess, can damage your health and affect your heart very badly. Nowadays, illnesses of the heart are very common, and drinking…Read more
Added by Jennifer Edeson on January 8, 2013 at 1:49am — No Comments
Death is an inevitable conclusion to life. We all die. Losing a loved one is heartbreaking. You can make this time easier on your family and friends by giving them one final gift—your wishes for when you die.
I know it's not an easy subject to discuss. You may even feel uncomfortable reading this blog. I thought twice about writing the blog because I know that many people do not feel comfortable discussing death. I feel strongly that it is a topic that needs to be more openly…
Added by Dina Colman on October 23, 2012 at 12:11pm — No Comments
The Sony KDL40Z5800 offers a great compromise for those who love to watch movies in full high definition, while at street by 50 the same time offering a great TV watching experience with over 140 TV and radio channels via freesat - without the need for a subscription or contracts. Packed with a full 1080p in 40 inches of widescreen display, you won't want less than this Bravia.
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Since moving to my new home in a new town, I have been struggling to find a fitness routine. I thought once we moved I would buy a treadmill to help me along with workouts or walk diligently each day on my lunch break. However, between the cost and space associated with the treadmill and the fact that my lunch breaks seem to be non-existent, I haven’t been able to get consistent exercise.
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It seems as if so many people are searching for the truth. As if there is A truth to any question. As I remember reading somewhere once, when we stop looking the minute we find a right answer, then we miss all the other right answers. Sometimes it feels as if we are on this question to prove what we know or how we do something is the right way and the way that will lead to eternal truth. That leads me to a question, which I know I will not be able to answer here and that is what truth…Read more
Added by Inspiritual on June 12, 2012 at 7:32am — No Comments
In my household there are a lot of ‘food preferences’. I don’t eat beef or pork, but other than that I am a pretty adventurous eater. My two year old son has developed into a good eater but is still pretty particular eating only certain veggies. My husband is very particular, eating mainly meat, cheese and grain products. Needless to say, it can be quite difficult to get vegetables and legumes into their diets.
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Added by Sara on May 15, 2012 at 10:06pm — No Comments
You make well-meaning resolutions to improve your life. But your resolutions fade under the stress of multiple demands on your time and attention. Oftentimes the resolutions are history before the month is done. How can we ensure that we actually benefit from the good intentions that we made with such…Read more
Added by Marilyn Tam on May 10, 2012 at 9:08pm — No Comments
A little while ago, I found myself sitting next to an Orthodox Christian priest at a luncheon. He had a serious beard and the garb to match it. He wasn’t the jolliest of fellows and seemed a bit out of place in a crowd. I was busy conversing with some people across the table and then my wife egged him…Read more
Added by Diva Toolbox on May 8, 2012 at 7:57pm — No Comments
Violence is what happens when we don’t know what to do with our heartbreak… learn how to allow your heart to break open to embrace the lessons with compassion, not broken into sharp shards that hurt others as well as yourself”
- Parker J Palmer, author, educator, and founder of…Read more
Added by Diva Toolbox on April 30, 2012 at 3:24pm — No Comments
When you buy a resale home some call it ‘previously loved’, I think it should be termed “previously decorated’. Sometimes good, sometimes bad. The resale home that we recently bought is a combination of the two.
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Added by Sara on April 29, 2012 at 3:17pm — No Comments
I was browsing random quotes this morning, and I stumbled upon a website called ThoughtQuestions.com. I started reading through a couple of the random thoughts/questions, and I liked the "What Makes You Smile" image so much that I wrote a blog post about it today:…Read more
There’s no such thing as Life Balance. If you are like so many other Women Entrepreneurs and Women Executives you have been on a quest to achieve Life Balance, but never fully arrived at your destination. Sorry to say it, but Life Balance, just doesn’t exist.
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Added by Therese Prentice on April 24, 2012 at 9:05am — No Comments
I want to be Laura Ingalls - or better yet, her husband Almanzo Wilder as he was as a boy in northern New York State. Life was simple but more importantly, eating was pure. The sheer simplicity of living off the land, enjoying the sweetness of sugared off maple syrup - eating as much pumpkin pie as you…Read more
A few months ago, I wrote about our post-move basement. We were trying to get it an organized and create a livable space.
After I published my blog entry, I made an effort to follow the advice provided in one of the comments that I received. It was suggested that a way to reduce clutter is to get rid of 27 things per day. I found that most times that I began looking for…Read more
Added by Sara on April 15, 2012 at 8:01am — No Comments
I have always loved Easter eggs. I have fond memories of creating Easter eggs as a child at my gramma’s house with my cousins. Naturally, I thought this would be a tradition to share with my little guy this year.
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Added by Sara on April 8, 2012 at 8:01am — No Comments
Recently, my family went to a local Butterfly Conservatory. My husband and I had never been to a butterfly conservatory before but I really thought my son would enjoy it (Caillou certainly did when he visited one!).
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Added by Sara on April 7, 2012 at 3:56pm — No Comments
This past weekend I attended a Mega-Nutrition Conference in Long Beach, California. The speakers were phenomenal and only reinforced why I do what I do…Read more
Added by Emily Barker on March 6, 2012 at 4:19pm — No Comments
Now that we are fairly settled into our new home, I decided to start to tackle the bottomless pit of extra boxes and ‘stuff’ that we have put into storage in a section of our basement. I would eventually like to get the space set up as a spare bedroom or even a playroom, but for now it is a bit of a junk pit.
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Added by Sara on February 25, 2012 at 2:39pm — No Comments