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A modern fable to ponder

I recently read this modern fable, and I’m still pondering it. Upstream/Downstream: A Fable for Our Times It was many years ago that villagers in Downstream recall spotting the first body in the river. Some old-timers remember how Spartan were the facilities and procedures for managing that sort of thing. Sometimes, they say, it would […]

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It’s time for the gloves to come off

As we travel along on Life’s journey, we face challenges. It’s just part of the deal. What challenges have you experienced? Divorce? Diagnosis? Death? What challenges are you living right now? Maintenance and repair of home? Maintenance and repair of relationship? It’s awesome when we work through, overcome. Life experienced turns to lessons learned turns […]

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Change your lens.

Self-help, mental wellness, and personal growth is awesome. I highly recommend it. And if you’re here, you’re likely already doing this. However, there is a sneaky part of self-improvement that many of us start from which is short-sighted. We view ourselves through the lens of seeing that something is wrong, and we’re trying to fix […]

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Miss Nomer

I love constantly learning more about myself. I have always found treasure in self-help and self-improvement books. And somewhere along the way I began calling it “self-growth” and “self-awareness” as I continue to unearth abundance. Because I finally understood that I was never deficient. That there was never anything to fix in the first place.

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Radical Enoughness

In a defiant response to our April snowstorm I unpacked my tote of summer clothing. You see, in my cozy-house world I have seasonal clothing rotation. Fall/winter and spring/summer attire take turns living between the available drawers/closet and storage totes. Sorta like a trousseau timeshare. And although the cacophony of frogs outside has suddenly silenced […]

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