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A Clarion Call

After finishing up my Mother’s Day essay, I settled myself on a heating pad and read this: http://www.aww.com.au/latest-news/lets-talk/lesson-to-my-daughter-20482

Annabel Crabb, an Australian writer, gives her daughter the gift of an important life lesson. 610 more words

Books, Journaling, Wedding, Country

Planting the Seeds

As a teacher, I have learned to expect the unexpected. Leaning in over my desk, he almost whispered his question to me. Had I gone to college? 449 more words


A Friendly Reminder - Back Up Your Work!

It’s April Fool’s day, and for many that means playing pranks and fooling around. My April Fool’s came early, and I wish it was a prank. 484 more words

Personally Speaking

I Am Going to Succeed ...

… because I can be more than I am … BECAUSE I believe in Me! (Say mantra daily and repeat as needed.)

Life has a habit of intruding into our plans… 278 more words

Why - The Inspired Word

Getting Organized: Learning to Manage Your Cancer Journey

When my gynecologist informed me that I had cancer almost three and half years ago the last thing on my mind was trying to manage the absolute chaos that my life had suddenly become. 795 more words

This Winter Storm and Planning Ahead


While millions of people are settled in, due to this winter storm, I can’t help but think of how we should always be alert and prepare for a storm (chaos) on the job. 209 more words

Training Services

Remember When HELP Was a Bad Word?

Growing up, someone who ‘needed help’ was looked at sideways. Going to a ‘shrink’ was ridiculed as even the expression implies. This was all before the days of coaches, support groups, accountability partners, etc. 294 more words

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