Monthly Archives: January 2014

What shoulds can be released?

My husband Tom turned 65 this month. I wanted to do something special for him. On his 60th birthday, I’d given him a big surprise party. I thought I should give him another surprise party. Before his birthday, we’d already … Continue reading

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Simply Being Grateful

It’s been a stressful week. Tom and I are in the midst of a move and I’m trying to meet some professional obligations before I fly home to Denver on 2/2 to visit my friend Mare, whose prognosis is not … Continue reading

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That’s What Friends Are For

When I was struggling around the time of my late father’s birthday, my close friend Steve proposed that we talk. Because we live on opposite coasts and he works full time and has numerous projects, a call isn’t easy to … Continue reading

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Keeping your eye on the ball

My husband, Tom, enjoys football and watched all the wild card playoff games last weekend.  Tom told me that at one point, the Indianapolis Colts were down by 28 points. If I was the quarterback for the Colts, I would … Continue reading

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Advice on change from the Heath brothers

Chip and Dan Heath wrote a book entitled Switch: How to Change Things When Change is Hard. The book is research based, fun to read and filled with useful tools.  Here is information from their newsletter that I wanted to … Continue reading

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