Life Lessons

As adults, we aren’t fearful of monsters under our bed anymore. Instead it might be how to support a family when faced with unemployment, being alone after divorcing, or life changing once becoming an empty nester. While these few examples of adult fears potentially have more impact on us than the possibility of a monster […]

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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

in Life Lessons

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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