Personal Life

#35 I’m Glad You’re Here

Isn’t it funny where life takes us? If you’re like me, every day you create an agenda, a “to do” list, for what you’d like to accomplish.  Some days you actually make it through that list and other days you wonder why am I even bothering to make one.   I set a goal for myself back in the fall 2017 which was to have all previously...

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#34 The Best Thing About the Last Day of Summer…

….is that you get to look forward to the first day coming again!  In between now and then, we get to enjoy the blessings of many holidays that bring so much love and joy.   No matter what your age or what you do for a living, there is nothing like the first day of school. You’ve experienced it, and whether you’ve enjoyed it or not,...

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#33 A Handful of Quiet

   I bought this lovely book a few years ago when I began teaching fifth grade.  It was my intention to kick the year off with it, but it never happened.  Being new to the elementary school environment, I was barely able to keep my head above water.  As a matter of fact, my head was never above water.  My lips were really, really close to the...

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Overcoming Cancer

A woman (me!) recalls how a positive attitude—and top-quality treatment—helped make a scary diagnosis just a memory. While having fun redesigning the SHIFT site, I stumbled across this article last night.  It's certainly an act of Devine timing that it presents itself to me, so here it is for you!  I hope it brings you some comfort today <3. All my Love. (Photo credit: Kim Robinson Juhlin)   ...

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#32 How To Let Go of What No Longer Serves You

The transits we've been experiencing these past few weeks are great for burning rituals that help to let go of what isn't serving you any longer. This eclipse, according to Tosha Silver, is the ending of a major life cycle and the beginning of something much greater. I just got to sit with my thoughts and things to burn while sitting under the butterfly tree in my side...

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