Balancing Busy with Be-ing

It appears as if the world has woken up from its pandemic slumber. A few months ago the streets were empty. However, today, in my neighborhood, the restaurants have their...

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Live Looking Forward

“Pedal pedal pedal!” my dad shouted to me as he let go of the back of my banana seat and gave me a big thrust forward. My dad taught me to ride a beautiful yellow...

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Choosing Happiness

I’ve learned that positive energy and an upbeat attitude can rub some people wrong. Close to 15 years ago I spent five days camping with a large childless group of 30 and...

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Trimming the Dead Branches
I live in a sea of 1950’s ranch brick homes with tall aging trees. Colorado sunshine can be relentless in the summertime and these trees bring welcome relief from the...
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Loving Light

I met my husband Randy two decades ago. We were both in our mid-20’s and living lives that were mostly light and free. I had moved to Michigan for what I...

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Addition by Subtraction

A cough that wouldn’t go away, episodes of vertigo, dizziness, wheezing, and not feeling like I could get enough air in my lungs—I spent more time not feeling well...

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A Fresh Take on Resolutions

What if we’ve been doing resolutions wrong all these years? And since many of us don’t achieve our resolutions—often feeling defeated before we even start,...

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A Gift of Trust

Heather, we trust you, we just don’t trust the situation. I heard this often as a teenager in my high school years. I didn’t like it because it didn’t...

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