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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Time Off From Writing

When I go to the country, there is currently no Internet. So, I tell myself that I am taking time off from writing. Even so, I use a lot of data surfing social media including Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, Snapchat, and Twitter. I have thought of all kinds of ideas to be more efficient when typing …

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Connections Are Important

What do you think of when you hear the word connection? Do think of things that are similarly linked or the links between mechanical or electrical components? Or do you think of work associates and family? How about communication? Like me, do you think about how we communicate with our coworkers or our loved ones, …

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Buckling Down on Goals

The thing about goals is that in order to get them done one must buckle down and tackle them. It's all too easy to keep putting them off. I'm too tired. I had a busy day. Visiting with family and friends is more important. I needed to do chores...or buy groceries...or pay bills. The list …

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Writing On Empty

What does a writer do when exhaustion outweighs the creative thought process? Write or not write. What gets a writer to weigh in and decide that writing is more important than needed rest and a few more winks? Is it meeting a writing goal? Is it being stubborn about not letting other stuff get in …

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