Taking the “Dis” out of Discouraged

According to the dictionary, the definition of discouraged is having lost confidence or enthusiasm, disheartened. Unfortunately, it was incredibly easy to become discouraged when Covid seeped its way quietly throughout the world – them BAM, it struck like a bolt of unbridled...

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Roaring With Attitude

Whether you are retired, semi-retired or still working, your days can get pretty busy — maybe even out of control busy. Some days I find my TO DO list is so long, that even a legal size tablet sheet of paper isn’t enough! For those days when I have deadlines and...

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Fast Forward: Memorial Day

With the pandemic slowly subsiding here in the United States, most of us are looking back to this time last year and breathing a sigh of relief – what a difference. This year we are thankfully “going forward” instead of backwards and just in time to enjoy the summer. Memorial...

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Light at the End of the Tunnel

When times seem tough, it can feel like there’s no light at the end of the tunnel.  But the light is there – it’s “always” there, but sometimes you have to look for it. The pandemic is a classic example.  Last spring things spiraled downward at a rapid rate.  Folks lost...

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Daily Thankfulness

In 1990 M.C. Hammer released his biggest hit song:  Pray.  This song was fantastic in so many ways.  It’s motivational, energetic and still relevant, especially in the world we live in today.  If you don’t know the song or haven’t heard it in a while, re-visit it on YouTube. ...

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Count Your Blessings One by One

A relative of mine who is going through very hard times reminded me of the song we all sang together in Sunday school when we were kids:  Count Your Blessings.  She leans on this song to help her get through tough times and to bring calmness and peace into her life. If...

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