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Do You Live to Work?



This article was posted today on Huffington Post – GPS for the Soul.  It’s for all of you workaholics out there :)  Workaholism is an addiction like any other and needs to be recognized as such. 815 more words

I Was a Workaholic Mother

Laurie Hollman, Ph.D. featured me in her HuffPost Women blog article,
Living With Bipolar Disorder as a Mother and Workaholic. Her article quotes my wordy answers to her interview questions. 1,565 more words

Bipolar Disorder

“Workaholism and materialism are not the highest expressions of a free society.”

-Shayne Mason Vincent-



I titled my last entry “January Ends Tomorrow,” and I could title this one “March Ends Tomorrow.”  However, I think the common thread running through much of my work (and off-work) time lately has been burnout. 1,289 more words

Richard Swenson on Balance

Sobering thoughts from the book In Search of Balance by Richard Swenson:

“People with great gifts are easy to find,” Emerson wrote, “but symmetrical and balanced ones, never.” I wonder if we need more “great gifts” today, or if we need more grace?

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Life In General

Word of the Day

Day 6 – February 4, 2016

But Jehu was not careful to walk in the law of the Lord, the God of Israel, with all his heart. 692 more words


What I Learned From Being a Workaholic

I have a bit of a problem, I work way too much than I probably should. I won’t go into details here, but suffice to say people call me crazy and wonder how I do it. 1,006 more words