Tag Archives: self-help

Delicious Memories (Give Away!)

I feel like I should have labeled this post “My confession” or “The Talk With my Mother”. Do you recall my kitchen remodel cleanup? If not, stop and read this post because it will make this one makes sense. You … Continue reading

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Myths of a Therapist

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“You know when I cried last? Do you know why I cried last? Do you know how it feels to be alone? Do you know why I sleep late everyday? Do you…

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GIVEAWAY! Autographed copy of Better Than Before by Gretchen Rubin

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“Motivation is what gets you started. Habit is what keeps you going.” ― Jim Ryun Guess what? Gretchen Rubin was in town last week. I went to her reading of Better Than…

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Delivering Happiness

What is success? What is happiness? What am I working toward? Are you humble when talking about your accomplishments ?Do you treat everyone with the same amount of respect that they treat you? The feelings I experienced reading Delivering Happiness: … Continue reading

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Year of Yes

Year of Yes is a must read for so many reasons. Yes, I knew Shonda Rhimes was a gifted writer, known for “giving good story”—it’s her superpower. I have followed both Scandal and How To Get Away With Murder since … Continue reading

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