The Miracle of Motherhood

Like everyone, no one is perfect, and so even moms have their moments, too. Of course, I'm sure I didn't think this as a young child and certainly not as a teen. But as I grew and became a mother myself, I realized there are all sorts of mothers. Mothers who care. Mothers who hover. …

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Writing as a Hobby

There is so much to write about writing. And that's because writing is such a big part of our communication with the world around us. Although I have always enjoyed writing, looking back, I can say that I've always written more as a hobbyist than as a "professional." Not that I never sought publication but …

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Blogging About Writing Expectations

Do you ever not know what to blog, or write, about? Or do you have so many ideas you don't know which one to choose? Because I'm inspired about so many things, I definitely have difficulty settling on topics - like all the time. I want to write about this, and yet I want to …

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When the Seasons Change So Do Our Lives

From Winter into Spring I have known for a while now that when the seasons change so do our lives. And it’s not just about the foods we eat and the clothes we wear. It’s about how we feel as the temperatures rise or fall. It’s about how we embrace or resist the daylight or …

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Writing From the Heart

It’s been a while since I have blogged about writing. If I don't count my goal setting blog in early January, it's been since November of last year, in fact. So I thought I’d share with you what my writing life's been like since then and my thoughts on writing from the heart. Sunrise Through …

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Spring Into Fitness

Spring is coming. And I can hardly wait for it. Spring, for me, means warmer temperatures and more time in the great outdoors. How about you? Are you excited about it? Well, maybe not if you suffer from allergies. And I can understand that. I take a Zyrtec daily, as well as two different inhalers. …

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Setting & Meeting Goals

Since January 3rd, the day I pulled my first to-do slip out of my pretty little box, I have been working toward completing that one goal. What did I pull? That little slip of paper read, "Develop preliminary account sheets for our expenses and other accounts." What? Establishing the Project The to-do pulled on January …

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