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Better Together

“I alone don’t have everything a patient needs,” “[I’m a Licensed Social worker] because I have other health professionals around me that help me provide care to these patients. I could not have done this on my own.”

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Confront and Overcome the Unexpected in Business

1. Step up to the plate. A job loss or divorce may make you want to conceal what’s happening. Don’t. Accept what’s happened, move on and ask yourself, “What should I do?” 2. Be the batter, not the ball. Circumstances … Continue reading

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Declutter Like You Mean It!

It’s not the items we cant get rid of; its the emotions attahced to them. Film your mother talking about her wedding dress or piece of furntiure. Capature the stores , keep the emotions. Then you don’t need to hang … Continue reading

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Word of The Day

Vulnerability…the courage to be authentic the courage to be true, the courage to say, the things that needs to be said, even though it’s hard to say.

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Real Life Rants

RANT to cherry prices. I was in a supermarket in the Colorado Springs, Colorado, area where Washington state red cherries were being sold at $2.79 per pound. I flew back to Seattle the next day and stopped at a supermarket owned … Continue reading

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