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Three Minutes to Mindfulness

“I can tell you’ve been meditating,” my husband said to me. “You’ve been a lot more mindful recently.” My first reaction was a guilty twinge. I’d been intending to meditate.  I’d even cajoled myself into a couple of three-minute sessions, … Continue reading

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How One Small Step Really Can Change Your Life

Back in January 2011, when I started this blog, I explained what I was trying to do: discover small, easy changes I could make that would significantly improve the quality of my life. But I didn’t talk about why I … Continue reading

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9 Strategies for a Happier Holiday Season

“Great works are performed, not by strength, but by perseverance.” –Dr. Samuel Johnson I’m guest blogging this week at Ye Olde Inkwell, the blog of Michelle Miles, about nine strategies for a happier holiday season. Please stop by and say … Continue reading

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Take a Deep Breath

How’s everybody doing? Are you noticing any changes as a result of your small steps? Did you get stuck anywhere? Do you need some motivation to jump in and get started? I’d love to hear how you’re doing, and to … Continue reading

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