Monthly Archives: January 2013

Are you feeling cabin fever, winter blues or worse?

“Number seven on the ‘Top Ten Signs of Cabin Fever’ is the realization that “family togetherness is overrated.” – Anonymous It’s definitely that time of year when many of us (myself included) are really tired of putting on layers of … Continue reading

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How do you overcome the “speed bumps” in life?

I’ve been thinking a lot about speed bumps and other road hazards lately. There are speed bumps and speed humps, which are wider and higher than speed bumps. There are pot holes of all shapes and sizes. Some we drive … Continue reading

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What should you do if you’re being stalked?

This week’s blog has a decidedly serious tone and topic. Stalking. Stalking is a very real problem, a crime,  and now, easier than ever to achieve through digital, social and mobile technology.  Stalking in not a joke. It is not … Continue reading

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Reflections, not resolutions, can lead to lasting positive change

Do you participate in the annual New Year’s ritual of making resolutions? According to various internet dictionaries, the definition of resolve is: a firm decision to do or not do something. Some years I’ve made resolutions. Some years, not. Some … Continue reading

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