Category Archives: Growth

The Importance of Self Care

You know how people (wise people perhaps) seem to always say that you have to take care of yourself and that you can’t give what you don’t have?  You know what I’m talking about. Usually then they will talk about … Continue reading

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Chaos and Calm

I have a tendency to fall into overwhelming spirals of chaos, and usually it starts something like this… I will spend hours and hours cleaning my house until it finally almost meets my standards.  I will feel like the Queen … Continue reading

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Dreams

I wonder how often in life an average person (a grown up person) laughs off their dreams as impossibilities.  How often do we get so stuck in the here and now that we fail to realize that each day holds … Continue reading

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All About Control

Sometimes I wonder just how much our feelings and our actions are determined by the amount of control we believe we have over our lives and the level of mastery we believe we are able to achieve in our most … Continue reading

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Living My Life

Hi blogosphere, I’ve been thinking a lot recently, and I realized just how much life lives me rather than the other way around.  I guess this is an easy thing to happen, especially for a stay at home mom.  It … Continue reading

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Acceptance

Sometimes life is hard, isn’t it? The funny thing I find about myself, and perhaps you find the same with yourself, is that I seem to think that it shouldn’t be hard.  It’s like deep somewhere in there, I believe … Continue reading

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Living Indisposable

More and more, it seems, our life is made of plastic.  Everything is cheap, easy, and fast.  Unfortunately, cheap, easy, and fast often leads us to become depressed, poor, and bloated.  No good tends to come of it. Surely life … Continue reading

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