Yoga is for everybody. The common belief is that only those flexible enough to touch their toes or do a split are entitled to practice yoga. That is not true. Yoga is more than physical strain and mere exercise. It is the way of thinking and a philosophy through the breathing exercises and stretches with […]Read More »
Editor’s Note. We are less than a week away from Thanksgiving. The following Thanksgiving article was posted in 2012. It is even more relevant today. Take some time this week to consider what Thanksgiving means to you. What will you give thanks for? What will win this year—black Friday or Thanksgiving? *************************** Thanksgiving Day is […]Read More »
“Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” ~Theodore Roosevelt
I could not find the bottom of the pool.
The task seemed simple enough: Wearing no more than twenty pounds worth of gear, swim to the bottom of an eight-foot pool, …
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I generally do not watch the news—maybe one newscast a day but no more. The local news is filled with murder and mayhem, robberies, kidnappings and other reports of negative events and personal disasters. The national news is filled with the same only on a global scale. But I made an exception during the last […]Read More »
I’ve done a lot of things for attention that I’m not proud of. I’ve created drama. I’ve bragged. I’ve exaggerated. I’ve hurt people. I’ve hurt myself. I’ve lied and lied and lied.
No one wants to be labeled as an …Read More »
As you reflect on your past, you realize that some of your choices were not good. You had warnings but went ahead anyway. Some of them were disasters and impossible to forget. How do you stop making the wrong choices? Wrong choices of the past You remember the woman you met who was very attractive. […]Read More »
One of the major aims of The Affordable Care Act was to motivate US residents to become well-informed about healthcare spending. The essence was, by using more out-of-pocket money for our health, we would spend more wisely for healthcare services. The glitch is that most individuals haven’t learned how to buy healthcare in a way […]Read More »
“Creativity is the way I share my soul with the world.” ~Brené Brown
I wrote a poem today for the woman I love(d).
Just a few weeks ago, I fully believed she was the one I’d be with forever. …
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“Ignoring isn't the same as ignorance, you have to work at it.” ~Margaret Atwood, The Handmaid’s Tale
We’ve just passed the year anniversary of an event that has greatly changed our country. The shock of the election results last …
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Paddy Fievet has been with us before and was one of those guests you just HAVE to have back. Her story is compelling, And she tells it with a rich southern accent and a sense of humor that makes you feel good hearing it. We will walk with her through her divorce, paralyzing agoraphobia and […]Read More »