Monthly Archives: December 2013

13 Thoughts on 2013

1. Age doesn’t equal wisdom. But forgiveness, insight, courage, and kindness do. 2. Death is a thief. It steals who you love and leaves you aching for what used to be. 3. Time does not heal all wounds. It only allows you to become more comfortable with your loss. You still cry because you miss […]

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Big Thoughts for a Big New Year

I’m not big on New Year’s resolutions. But when January 1st rolls around, I am big on doing a spiritual tune up to make sure I’m feeding my soul. Here are a few ideas that have inspired me to spruce up my inner framework in 2014. All IS possible, including me finally cracking open the […]

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Let Your Heart Be Light

One evening last week, I walked into the bathroom to wash my hands. I took off my wedding rings, put them on the counter, and turned on the water. The soap dispenser must have had a partial plug because when I pressed it, the entire pump’s worth of soap shot directly into my left eye, […]

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How to Stay Healthy During the Holidays

Have you been working out lately? It seems that my usual exercise haunts are quieter than normal. Treadmills are empty. Pilates reformers are going unused. And, I have a lot more personal space around my yoga mat. Where is everybody? It’s important, especially this time of year, to keep on track with your wellness goals. […]

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What I Don’t Want For Christmas

It’s here. That most wonderful time of the year when we’re all running around buying this and decorating that. When I realized the other day that it was December 1st, I immediately got that old, familiar pit in my stomach that only comes once the holiday season rolls around. It’s called the “how am I […]

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