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3 Instant Stress Busters

Stress is inevitable – and isn’t always a bad thing. The response itself is actually a very, very good thing because it protects us from potential harm IF we heed the warning signals and take action to reduce or eliminate the stressor. That is the purpose of the fight or

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Confessional – It Came in a Dream

After my daughter decided she wanted to spend a couple of days with grandma and grandpa, my first instinct was “NAP TIME!” As a solo parent, I love my sleep time and sleep so soundly when my daughter isn’t in the house. I admit I’m an insomniac – have been

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Book Release – The Happy Hour Effect

If you need help managing stress, getting healthier and boosting your happiness, The Happy Hour Effect: 12 Secrets to Minimize Stress and Maximize Life is a great book to help you get started. It will shift your perspective and get you thinking differently about your work and life. It’s not

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Confessional – Why I Don’t Dance

In the last few years, I’ve been called out more than once for not joining the crowd on the dance floor at events. My co-workers and friends are dancing machines, but my brain and body revolt no matter how much the music moves me. My two left feet and my

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3 Tips for Writers Who Don’t Have Time to Write

It is realllly hard to find time to write when we are juggling jobs, kids, finances, relationships and hobbies all the time. And if you are like 80% of the population, you have dreamt of writing a book too. An idea sits at the back of your mind waiting for

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Beating Money Stress

When Rachel McDonough, offered to write a guest post on money stress, I jumped right on it! Money is one of the top stressors we face and leads to relationship issues, work stress and health problems. We all need a little help with money no matter how financially secure or

Read More »

3 Instant Stress Busters

Stress is inevitable – and isn’t always a bad thing. The response itself is actually a very, very good thing because it protects us from potential harm IF we heed the warning signals and take action to reduce or eliminate the stressor. That is the purpose of the fight or

Read More »

Confessional – It Came in a Dream

After my daughter decided she wanted to spend a couple of days with grandma and grandpa, my first instinct was “NAP TIME!” As a solo parent, I love my sleep time and sleep so soundly when my daughter isn’t in the house. I admit I’m an insomniac – have been

Read More »

Book Release – The Happy Hour Effect

If you need help managing stress, getting healthier and boosting your happiness, The Happy Hour Effect: 12 Secrets to Minimize Stress and Maximize Life is a great book to help you get started. It will shift your perspective and get you thinking differently about your work and life. It’s not

Read More »

Confessional – Why I Don’t Dance

In the last few years, I’ve been called out more than once for not joining the crowd on the dance floor at events. My co-workers and friends are dancing machines, but my brain and body revolt no matter how much the music moves me. My two left feet and my

Read More »

Beating Money Stress

When Rachel McDonough, offered to write a guest post on money stress, I jumped right on it! Money is one of the top stressors we face and leads to relationship issues, work stress and health problems. We all need a little help with money no matter how financially secure or

Read More »