Author Archives: msw blog

Self Care

What does self care mean to you? It’s asking yourself, What do i need right now?” You can’t look at yourself only when you’ve hit rock bottom or when your exhausted. Self care should be about making sure you don’t … Continue reading

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Strength for the Weary

On a beautiful, sunny day, I was walking in a park and feeling very weary in spirit. It wasn’t just one thing weighing me down—it seemed to be everything. When I stopped to sit on a bench, I noticed a … Continue reading

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Staffing

Problem with a skeleton crew you lose one bone and the whole thing falls apart Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom on to others as I embark on this … Continue reading

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 What the Hell? Basil

Someone once texted me a picture of fresh basil and asked, “What’s this?” So, I sent him a pesto recipe. He made it and texted back, ‘Oh my God, this is so good”

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Mindful Mornings

Set your alarm 15 minutes early. Wake up each morning and dedicate your first moments to creating the mood and mindset you want to carry throughout your day. While some folks like journaling or meditation, others may enjoy drinking a … Continue reading

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