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Sharpening the saw is about self-care

Last weekend, I made a conscious effort to separate my work from my leisure time. I skied the French Alps the old fashion way – without a phone. 322 more words

Disease And Illness Prevention

Single Tasking

The act of juggling two or more tasks at the same time obtained its own name a few years ago–multi-tasking.  We became proud of how many tasks we could do at one time.  773 more words

Cultural Highlights

As Fresh As Thyme...

In auto mode, I quickly tossed ingredients into the bubbling sauce, rehashed a passage for my book in my head while trying to pay attention to the cacophony of my children’s voices milling around me in the kitchen. 352 more words


25 Day Blog Challenge – Day 9

What is my pet peeve?

The running joke in my family is that they raised an unhurried child. They might have a point. I don’t like being rushed. 362 more words

Into the Silence

Late yesterday after a glorious five-hour drive through the beauty of Upstate New York and then the Green Mountains of Vermont I arrived at Hallelujah Farm, a beautiful, sacred place in Chesterfield, New Hampshire, just over the border from Brattleboro, Vermont. 300 more words

Bitten by Latency

Everything about this topic is reading and guesswork.  I thought I had all the bases covered.  Took me forever to suss this problem.

The program grabbed some data wrote it to a file and then transferred the file to another system.  711 more words


Millennials, More Friendship, Less Church!

Millenials! Believe me they are different. Try these classic quotes, rewritten for millennials – “A picture is worth a thousand words” becomes ‘an emoji is worth a thousand words’; … 787 more words

Faith & Facts