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Need Peace?

It’s Monday and another work week is underway. Perhaps, you’re under a lot of stress or maybe you’re grappling with a difficult situation. In light of that, for this week’s Monday Morning Cup I wanted to revisit the Serenity Prayer and share it with you once more. 142 more words

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The Working Mom Workout: Getting the Most Out of the Gym

I rarely get to the gym, and when I do get there, I’m on a tight schedule. So I want the biggest cardiovascular benefit and… 601 more words

Work Life Balance

A lot can happen in a month... // Life update

I’m baaaaaaaaaaaack. Please excuse my dropping off the face of the earth for the past month or so while I’ve been getting back into the way of balancing university, part-time work, and running four times a week, all while trying to maintain some semblance of a social life. 626 more words

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Paul Brunst: Work/Life Balance as an Officer

Paul Brunst is a busy police officer who lives in Denver, Colorado, with his wife and their three children. He strives to maintain a healthy work/life balance, which can be difficult in such a demanding position, and he spends as much time with his loved ones as he can. 193 more words

Paul Brunst

The Art of Delegating

Back at the beginning of the year, one of my New Year’s resolutions was to finally get myself a cleaner. I’ve had a cleaner before, when I lived in the big family house pre-divorce, but for some reason just hadn’t got around to filling the gap since moving to my current, much smaller house 12 years ago. 1,049 more words

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It's Time to Create Hope

I wrote this poem below “Life is Like Hiking a Mountain” back in 2013.  When I wrote it, the poem was to give people encouragement to get through tough challenges, struggles and move towards achieving their goals.   496 more words

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From the Mouths of Babes

Creating a baby friendly office that increases productivity for the whole team

Family is everything. We work hard for our customers so that we can provide comfort and opportunity for our loved ones. 585 more words

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