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The Experiment–Week Two

It was difficult not posting links that contained bad language! The thought put into each re-post was worth it, however. I feel a little more sensitive to profane and vulgar language. 253 more words


Not getting off track...

As you’ve probably noticed, I’ve been off my blog lately.  We had a trip to my in-laws last week, and (no offense) but when I’m on vacation I’d rather spend my time with family then take the time to blog. 611 more words

Becoming Healthy

Update from yours truly. :)

Well, I’m back from my Extended Vacation™ and am posting once more — as is probably obvious by my earlier conglomeration of several book reviews.  I have some pretty exciting ideas for this blog in the near future… but to see if I can carry them out is going to be an entirely different thing.   450 more words

Grad School

Hmm... suggestions? and other things.

I have been trying to figure out which YA author I should try next.  I mean, I have several books by Sarah Dessen left to read, and in fact, just picked up one that I had started last July then lost amidst stacks of other books (I tell you, our apartment is cluttered!!), but I do want to try other authors that are out there.   767 more words


Not Balance, But Rhythm

Stop striving for the perfect balance.

Balance implies that every area of your life will be equally tended and given equal amounts of time. They simply will not be. 89 more words

What Matters Most

Loving Yourself First - The best Valentine's gift!

These days, many of us have overwhelming demands placed on our time and energy.  Significant other, children, job or school, volunteer work and spiritual or community groups are all important and give our life meaning.  947 more words

A delicate balance

Helga’s Post #49 – I’m the last of the 5writers to weigh in this week to share our achievements and challenges since we gave birth to our blog a year ago. 1,026 more words