Holiday Healing Tips: Putting ME on the calendar and Self Care

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Holidays and special events demand more of our time and our energy…shopping…cooking…planning… Toss in the effects of conflict and grief due to some life loss event and the holidays can become something that leaves you feeling overwhelmed, or something you fear or maybe even downright dread. There are a few simple strategies that can help you navigate the holidays with …

Finding Joy In A Changed World – Guest Post by Dave Roberts

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Happy Sunday, Journeyer! You know how some people come and go from our lives, while others seem to spark something new in us or place a little footprint on our heart? About a year ago I met someone of the latter. Dave Roberts and I crossed paths in many different cyber-circles and though I recall not how we actually came to …

Be Well. Work Well. Do Well.

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It is not happiness that makes you grateful; it is gratefulness that makes you happy. ~David Steindl-Rast Happy Sunday, Journeyer! This week has been all about you! I have dedicated this entire summer while I’m on break to learning and growing The Five Facets so that I can better serve you in your endeavors to heal your heartaches big and small. …

Life’s Formations

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Happy Sunday, Journeyer! If you can believe it, I don’t have a current picture one that I can use to capture this week’s moments that are a part of my happiness. Not. A. One. What comes to mind right now is a photo Glennon Doyle Melton did when one of the school years began. The image captured her jumping high, fists …

Winter’s Playground

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In the midst of an emotionally gut-wrenching, grueling week, these are but a few of the Moments that made me smile. His hat is a giant 50-gallon trashcan! I could just imagine the family’s fun building this guy!     I love how the snow seems to cuddle the tree and the lights cast a warm glow across the pair. …