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Grace

I wish I could lead as gracefully as Gayle King. Sometimes when I proposed ideas, I’d get her trademark email that led with “Hmmm…not so sure about this.” Eventually, I realized that was her nice way of saying, “This idea … Continue reading

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Getting to No

Learning to Say No. I came up with six questions that I hoped would help me reclaim my life. I call them The Big Six, and I offer them here for one simple reason: They work. Next time someone asks you … Continue reading

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Prayer

Prayer, I have discovered, is less about what I say and more about what I hear. Susan Cosio

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Journaling: Relationship

List five important people in your life, not including members of your family of origin. Did anything importable happen to bring you together with these people? Write down any coincidences or synchronicities you can remember.  Now, stepping into your social … Continue reading

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Culinary Possibilities

We the People Of The United States Don’t Eat Like We Used To…and that’s a good thing. Growing up in the ’70s and ’80s, my mom’s dinners were limited to a short rotation of roast chicken, London broil, shrimp scampi, … Continue reading

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