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Homemade Iron Chefs
My family has a crazy vacation tradition,Iron Chef night with a twist.
My sister and I each pair up with one of my nephews. They come up with a meal idea based around something they’ll eat rather than a secret ingredient. We’re the sous chefs/consultants. . . . →Read More:Trust Your Brillance
Ughh! My GPS wasn’t working.
I had to drive into Boston for a meeting. I tried to plug the address into my GPS. Nothing. I tried again. Nothing.
Missing the meeting because of a malfunctioning GPS wasn’t an option. I looked at a MapQuest,figured out a route and headed on my way.
Afraid . . . →Read More:Life Is A Journey With or Without GPS
Maisie after a hard day at school
Maisie is going to school!
After 5 years,I decided to work with a fabulous dog trainer,Nancy Bradley. Maisie isn’t out of control,but as some of you know,she has a mind of her own.
On her first visit,Nancy shared insights into Maisie’s behaviors. . . . →Read More:Being Vulnerable Is As Easy As “Down”
Picture of my Laughing Buddha Reminding me to smile every day
The Story of the Laughing Buddha
The Laughing Buddha was a cheerful Buddhist monk,Hotei or Pu-Tai,who traveledspreading happiness and blessings to the ordinary. In his small bag he carried sweets and gifts for children. He has become a symbol of protection . . . →Read More:Become a Laughing Buddha:Sit and Smile
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I told myself,“Don’t spill the soup. Don’t spill the soup. Don’t spill the soup.”What do you think happened? I spilled the soup!
Does that ever happen to you? You tell yourself something you don’t want happen and WHAM exactly what you didn’t want to happen happens.
The Public . . . →Read More:3 Simple Steps to Focus on Business and Stop the Drama