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september head colds

I haven’t been sick in two years, but around three days ago I noticed something felt different.  My legs, normally eager to take long strides upstairs, felt heavy and resistant. 166 more words


Where are your feet?


I’m having a challenging week. I’m symptomatic, tired, and irritated by simple things. The great thing is that’s OK!! A gift of recovery and wellness is that I have the tools to be ok and enjoy the process of allowing these times to exist and ultimately pass.   227 more words

Mental Health

ROOVILLE a novel by Julie Long & GIVEAWAY

“Of course, I should have remembered another rule of thumb, the one about going home again: namely you can’t”

That’s one of Owen Martin’s first realizations when he returns to Martinsville, Iowa after being fired from his weathercaster job in San Diego, California.  301 more words


Mind set

Part of the job of being a School Psychologist and Educator is helping folks develop a positive working relationship. Part of that working relationship requires developing clear communication and boundaries that lead toward positive outcomes. 10 more words

Tick Tock Goes the Clock: How Information Overload Sucks Up Our Time

Information vs. Knowledge

Information is defined as that which informs (i.e., an answer to a question or that from which knowledge and data can be derived). 768 more words

Guest Bloggers

Meditation = Cultivation

I discovered on a teaching retreat that the Buddha did not use the word meditation but rather referred to ‘cultivation’ to describe the practices of sitting and walking that we often call meditation today.   219 more words


Mind the Gap

It’s hard not to have expectations in life. When we set off on a journey we expect to arrive at the other end and we imagine what that will be like. 1,105 more words