Monthly Archives: August 2017

Preserving your photos and memories in a tactile way, or memory-keeping, is an activity that requires a little planning and time but pays great dividends.  In the struggle to find enough time in a day for everything we want to...
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Early on the morning after a big rain storm, my husband and I set out on a road trip. The clouds were still churning and trying to determine if they had anything to leave behind. As we started over the...
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Because I hear so many people lament about not having time for preserving photos and memories, I write a lot of posts about time–ways to make time, myths about “not having time,” and such.   After the topic of time,...
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  • Environment-and-Will-Power
Today’s post was written for Lori Jackson’s blog Choosing Wisdom. Environments are Stronger than Willpower The last few weeks I have been actively re-organizing and re-decorating my home and office. My boys are with their Dad for the summer, and...
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What do you do when you need a break?  How do you relax, take a breath, rejuvenate, and recharge?  What do you do to relieve stress?  In our busy world, the phrase “leisure time” is often brushed off because nobody...
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