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Relief in renunciation

I read a magazine article today about how to prevent a “money disaster” – i.e., how to keep track of valuables and their worth for the purposes of filing a claim with an insurance company, should a real disaster (flood, … Continue reading

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Two little (and one big) teacher(s)

[Warning: This is a semi-long blog post. You may want to grab a cup of coffee, a mug of cider, or some other tasty beverage before hunkering down to read this bad boy. 😉 {Pause; wait for people to get … Continue reading

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What she can do

A few weeks ago my yoga teacher had surgery – a total shoulder replacement.  She’s in her early-70s or so (I’m guessing; she’s never publicly shared her age, but she’s retired, and has downsized into an apartment for ‘ease of … Continue reading

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Second chances

In yesterday’s post I mentioned that the day was a semi-frustrating one for me.  The quick back-story is that I attended an adult education/continuing education class at my alma mater, and the experience wasn’t very good.  I’m going to skip … Continue reading

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Flow

This morning at work I was handed a pretty challenging task.  I’ll spare you the details (they’re unimportant to the story, and probably uninteresting to most folks, anyway [*wink*]); suffice to say at 7:20 am my mind said, “Crap. Stef, … Continue reading

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Git it girl!

Bright and early this morning I went to a yoga class that I really enjoy (a moderately intense vinyasa session) taught by an instructor that I appreciate, respect, and trust.  After the teacher led us through a few minutes of … Continue reading

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Three quick hits of joy

One: This morning, I received a brief-yet-touching comment from my Dad about yesterday’s post.  No matter how old I get, or how much of an “adult” I become, I will always be my parents’ child – and their love, support, … Continue reading

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Ordinary

Today was a perfectly average day.  I woke early, dressed myself in business attire and make-up, commuted downtown, drank coffee, pushed papers, read and composed work emails, had meetings, created project plans, interacted with colleagues, rode elevators and escalators and … Continue reading

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Age is just a number

Yesterday Joss, an active commenter on this blog, quipped: “Maybe tomorrow will be a third day in a row of threes!” She was spot on. In yoga this morning, the teacher announced that one of our fellow students is celebrating … Continue reading

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Don’t bring me down

My morning has been riddled with negativity today.  From the front desk attendant at yoga who scowled at me as she took my money (and we’re talking a three-figure transaction here), to the student next to me in class who … Continue reading

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