Taking Care of Business

Today, when I had some extra time between meetings, I made doctors’ appointments: the allergist, the orthopedic surgeon, the OB/GYN, and the dentist.  Afterwards, I felt confident that I was doing what was responsible by letting these doctors take such good care of me.…
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Making the Shift

A shift is coming.   Shift:  “To put (something) aside and replace it by another; change or exchange, to shift ideas.“  Not too long ago, I heard a speaker say, a shift is coming and change is on its way.   As I thought…
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Getting the Spoils

I was watching an episode of the hit TV show on AMC, “Breaking Bad.” Hank, a DEA officer, had just killed a notorious drug dealer single-handedly. His colleagues were so grateful they threw him a party and gave him the “spoils” of the victory,…
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Coulda, Shoulda, Woulda!

I bet you’ve heard of the “Coulda, Woulda, Shoulda’s, The “If Only I Had’s”, the “If I Could Turn Back the Hands of Time”.   We could go on and on with those sayings, but we all know that it is very difficult, if…
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Time To R.E.S.E.T.

Spring is my favorite time of year. Other than suffering with allergies, I think it’s the best season of all. We come out of hibernation and blossom like the trees and flowers. We busy ourselves with spring cleaning, begin to think about getting our…
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Learning To Say Yes

I think two of the hardest words for women to say are “yes” and “no.” Many times we say “yes” when we want to say “no” and we say “no” when we really want to say “yes.”   I’m not quite sure where we…
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Kitchenware or China?

I want to be kitchenware, I told her. What? She said. What do you mean by that? Kitchenware is what I call the everyday plates, knives, forks, and glasses. It’s the stuff that we use and are not afraid of breaking. We can put…
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