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It Started With A Peppermint

Today was a day for running errands; lots of errands, things that just couldn’t wait any longer.  My mother and I set off and began fulfilling the things on our to-do list.   455 more words

Turtles and Hailstorms

Harville Hendrix and Helen LaKelly Hunt call the template or idealized image of positive and negative qualities of our primary caregivers our “Imago”. Through our subconscious programs, we are drawn to somebody who matches this template. 1,085 more words

Coaching

Stress Management at Work: A 4-Step Guide

As the weather’s getting colder, our coffee’s warmer and scarves bigger, our lives get a little more merry – and a lot more stressful. It isn’t just the hustle of holiday parties, present buying and meal prepping that builds up our stress levels –  but it’s our work life that does, too. 502 more words

Advice

10 Tips to Handle Stressful Situations Like a Boss

Stressful situations are commonplace in most work environments. They are particularly common in high-paced, intense work situations. There’s no reason though that stressful situations should define your work products. 1,145 more words

Work Tips

Guest Blogger – Sonja Samuel

As we prepare for the holidays, I asked my friend Sonja Samuel to write a blog to encourage us as we face the days ahead. Be sure to check out the info at the end of the blog about her seminar, “Get Through the Holidays Without Losing Your Mind!” 436 more words

Training for the unknown and the unknowable

One of the first things I remember  Coach Greg Glassman teaching in the early days of CrossFit was training for the unknown and the unknowable. 147 more words

Motivation

Hold Your Ground!

The greatest oak is just a little nut who held its ground.

Christian Living