Tag Archives: self-care


I’m feeling better. Somewhere around 4:00 today, something felt different. I still have this annoying cough and occasional violent sneezes, but I feel Better. I can see the light at the end of the tunnel. I did manage to read … Continue reading

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I’m cold. My eyes ache. I’m reminded of a little ditty I once wrote: Burning, something’s burning Everything has that smoky flavor. It has a tune that I’m hearing in my head. I know, it has nothing to do with … Continue reading

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The Chad P_______ Method

Once upon a time, I was living in a house with four other people for the summer. There was someone named Chad P_______ who either lived there or spent a lot of time there – it’s been a long time. … Continue reading

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Pizza 1

Whole wheat crust (I’m trying the Whole Foods frozen ones – just have to thaw it out) Spinach 1 tomato, sliced thin 1/2 zucchini, sliced thin 1/4 onion, chopped ~ 4 oz. Mozzarella cheese 1/2 green pepper, chopped Pepperoni, sliced … Continue reading

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Trying Times

Here’s the thing: I didn’t plan on taking that much of a break. Seems that somewhere along the way, I got stuck. Maybe I stopped feeling like I had anything to say. I wasn’t sure what was holding me back, … Continue reading

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That Happy Feeling

That feeling of accomplishment, of success, of I-want-to-share-this-with-everyone. That smile that comes unbidden, effortlessly. That joy you want to share with others as your day unfolds. This is the “why”. This is the answer. Because when it works, when we … Continue reading

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Disassembler for Hire

Last spring, I got involved with a group that was reading and discussing The Artist’s Way, a book by Julia Cameron. We would read a chapter a week, do the exercises, and talk about our reactions. The book walks you … Continue reading

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