Five Lessons from a Five Year Old

Reading Time: 1 minutesThe sun was shining and the rain drizzled. Five-year old Ella said, “Let’s look for a rainbow, Mimi. I’ve never seen a real one. I’ve seen them in picture books but I’ve never seen a real one. But it’s raining now and the sun is shining. Let’s look for one.” Paying careful attention to my…

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AIR – Awareness, Intentionality, Risk

Reading Time: 2 minutesOther than occasional moments of forgetting to breathe, most of us don’t even think about it. We’re able to take in a deep breath of air. . . . we can breathe in openness. . . we can breathe in courage . . . we can breathe in the air around us. Breathing in air…

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How is our marriage really doing?

Reading Time: 2 minutesHave you taken pride in managing your money well, then later found out a check bounced? Have you balanced the checkbook and then discovered you were spending more on eating out than you realized? Have you believed you were eating well, then were surprised the scales registered 10 pounds more than expected? Have you written…

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Stress Relief: the 7-minute rule

Reading Time: 2 minutesDo you normally come home from work after a stressful day expecting to relax, but then walk in and the house is a wreck? Do you identify with piled up bills, blaring TV or electronic games, clutter, and whiney children? Do you wonder what your spouse has done all day and you ask? You have…

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Canoe Trips and Moods Swings – 5 things to do

Reading Time: 3 minutesManaging mood swings are much like preparing for canoe trips. Balance, safety, planning, experience, partnership, and close calls are all part of the adventure. After years of trial and error, my husband and I now have a knack for canoeing. Recently while canoeing a 5-hour track on Georgia’s cold and adventurous Taccoa River, our traveling…

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