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Making time for what matters

Sometimes I feel like there just isn’t enough space in my life. There isn’t enough room to see all my friends, finish all of my work, attend every significant event, volunteer at every charity, keep my house clean and functioning, to eat (something other than string cheese or rice krispies) and to still end up (read more…)

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Because everyone loves a good story

I‘m happy to report from the recent reader survey that almost 60% of you think we need to add more cowbell to the blog. SUCH A RELIEF. Its lack has been bothering me for some time. But I was also giddy to see that so many of you love the idea of featuring readers and (read more…)

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Saying no (to yourself)

As you start this week, may you be willing to give something up. And may you be willing to give it up with no expectation of return, other than maturity, wisdom, and a heightened sense of who you are. (If you can’t tell, I’m pretty much writing this to myself.) Some of you reading this (read more…)

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Weekend links

The Enneagram and blogging: a series :: Leigh Kramer The most revolutionary question you can ask :: Chatting at the Sky 16 things to know before you have urban chickens :: Life Rearranged The art of forgiveness :: A new project by AoS contributor Crystal Ellefsen! …and here are 12 things I learned in February (read more…)

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One foot in front of the other

I awoke this morning to a gentle whisper.  Not an audible one, but a quiet nudging of the spirit.  My body was asking me, in the nicest way possible, to get moving. See, I haven’t been exercising lately.  As a health professional, that is a bit hard to admit, but there it is. I have (read more…)

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