At A Crossroads: Decision Time

As I struggle to promote my first book, complete my second book, work a full-time job, take time for all the things I need to do and want to do, as well as have time for selfcare, I'm considering giving up social media. It's not exactly what I want to do, but more like what …

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The Challenge of Keeping Life Simple

Didn't I just say in my last blog that I'd be posting at least once each week? And here it is two weeks later? My, how time flies, and how we can let our days fill up. What's Been Happening Purple night skies - Sept 4, 2022 Last weekend, we went to visit with my …

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Monitoring Your To-Do Lists

The thing about to-dos is they never end. Amazingly, there's always one more thing to do. When I pulled this month's to-do on Monday, August 1st, I was excited. When I saw "start working on Christmas cards," I thought, yay, I can get a head start on the holidays. It will be a lot easier …

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Thinking Time is Vital

Since I last blogged on July 5, I have been seriously getting my morning steps in. The evening steps weren't as successful due to it still being so hot out. So, I doubled my treks around shed row in the mornings. Now, instead of wondering how I can get it all done: Work. My book. …

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Finding Balance in a Busy Life

It's been at least a week and a half since I started this blog. My intention was to post it before my grandbabes arrived last week. But here I almost a full week into July and life continues to dictate whether I write or not. I didn't expect to go back to work part-time or …

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Motherhood: My Miracle Child

When I think of motherhood, I think of my mother and of my son. Last week I wrote a little bit about growing up with my mother. I say a little bit as even a book may not be big enough to encompass everything about our relationship and growth from children into adulthood. And so …

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