It’s Time to Throw Out the Leftovers

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What does your refrigerator look like? For those who cooked Thanksgiving dinner it was probably packed with leftovers that night . Even if you were a guest, most of you went home with a few containers from the hostess. Over the weekend you dragged the containers out for a second meal with all the trimmings and

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Joy in the Midst of Sadness

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The holiday season is here. Everywhere you turn there are decorations, beautiful lights, Christmas music, and poinsettias. The scent of pine, cinnamon, and freshly baked cookies fill the air. It’s the one time of year that people greet strangers saying “Happy Holidays” or “Merry Christmas.” It’s a time to feel joyful, and many of us

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Make Room for Joy

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The tree is standing naked in the living room; the only remains of a star studded holiday season. If I could sum up the month in one word it would be—special. Not special because the weeks surrounding Christmas are different than any other time of the year. Special in relation to past Christmases. My efforts

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Unblock Your Energy and Joy; Say It Out Loud

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This is my fourth attempt at writing this post. Hurricane preparations, no power from the hurricane and a dying router has interrupted a thought that I have had since my last post. The funny thing is; the topic is about things that block us from fully experiencing joy. Being the not so patient person that

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