Monthly Archives: June 2012

Don’t Sweat the Big Stuff

Richard Carlson’s great book, Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff , taught me not to make a crisis out of the little things in life. But what about the big things? How do we handle them? I thought of that this … Continue reading

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Tool For Tuesday: How Important Is It?

My friend, Joelle, told me she had an Ah-ha moment the other day relating to today’s Tool for Tuesday: How Important Is it? Her husband, Tyler, was making coffee for both of them when he opened a second pint of … Continue reading

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What’s Your Karmic Footprint?

My friend, Clyde, has a cute little Cavalier dog, Lola, that he spoils so. When Clyde goes on an errand, he takes Lola along. When he goes into a store or has a business meeting, he keeps the car running … Continue reading

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On Assumptions: Vanilla, And Otherwise

Setting: lazy afternoon with two visitors staying with us for two days. One girl from Paris and another from Milan. Scene: My older son offered to make them his special iced coffee and as he was about to pour vanilla … Continue reading

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15 Things I Wish I Could Have Told My Younger Self

Don’t take rejections so seriously. Appreciate how great it feels to get out of bed without one ache in your body and hurt in your heart. Appreciate your friends because soon they’ll start dying on you. Don’t waste your days – … Continue reading

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