Immerse in Life

Work. The word bludgeons many and elicits a groan. We could search for┬ázen jobs, but even the best workplace cannot promise a Utopian experience.┬áNeither a new employer nor entrepreneurship can offer us an escape from the sense of drudgery. Happiness depends on more than the type of work. While we should…

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Live Delighted: Dance in the Wings

  Delight can prove most challenging when we feel stalled. Others seem to be shining in spotlights and joy, while we seem doomed to linger in the shadows. Despite our hopes of fulfillment, we're stuck in the wings watching others beam with happiness. We seem to churn our days in the…

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3 Ways to Make Every Day Thankful

Perhaps you know someone who springs from bed with sunshiney brilliance each morning. Filled with natural energy, these people beam with jubilant conversation at the sound of their alarm. Often inclined to sing, they'll bounce into the day like Tigger. I've roomed with these types at conferences, but am not one…

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Humor: A Vital Daily Supplement

  My tablet intake rivals the pill minders of folks twenty years my senior. Collagen and fish oil improve joint function. CoQ10 claims cellular repair features. My physician recommended calcium for bone health. Probiotics assist with digestion and boost immunity. I hope lecithin helps brain function. Royal jelly and bee pollen…

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Pie Crust Tins

I've made pie crust from scratch. Grandma's sour cream recipe complimented our fresh-picked cherry pie with divine bliss. I savor the memory of that incomparable pie.But since that yesteryear day of baking, I've come to prefer another. I don't craft an heirloom pastry when baking pies. My go-to crust shall ever…

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WellBeing Plan

She tumbles out of bed and staggers for a light switch. A bedraggled creature squints at her from the bathroom. She recoils and gasps. When the fuzzy head mimics her retreat, she recognizes her reflection. She hopes the shower will renew her motivation to start the day, but there isn't enough…

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