Life Lessons

I love children. As I like to say, “Mine, and even other people’s kids.” Children know how to have fun, have the best perspectives on life, and are funnier than most adults I know. And, to be completely honest, kids are also my cover for wanting to do little people activities like coloring, Lego building, […]

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This week I wrote about a recent struggle with balance. The work side of life had been tipping the scale a bit more than I like and, as a result, I felt frustrated. After writing about it I felt good; Sean, the kids and I had a fun movie night, I stopped working at 3 […]

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In the first ten weeks of this year, I have worked hard to acquire new clients, successfully complete work for clients, write here, work towards greater visibility and membership for Studio30 Plus, and have taught a lot of classes. In that same period of time, Sean temporarily moved in with us, and we have focused […]

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“Happiness does not come from doing easy work but from the afterglow of satisfaction that comes after the achievement of a difficult task that demanded our best.” ~Theodore Isaac Rubin If life could always be easy, would you choose that path over a life with challenges? I am not sure how I would have answered […]

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A Positive Reflection

February 28, 2013

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This week I wrote a post after re-writing the About page on my site. While I discovered an irrelevancy now to those words describing me from three years ago when it was originally written, I found a shift in my writing focus as well. The reflection I see of myself now reveals not only a […]

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What is Normal

February 26, 2013

in Life Lessons

Yesterday I posted about the unusual living arrangements Sean and I have chosen for our family. I stated I recognized it’s not normal, but that it works for us. What I received in return for publishing this post was a reminder from my readers to focus on what best works for us–however non-traditional it might […]

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