Apologize, Forgive   

Years ago, I was asked to help determine the next steps in an incident investigation. The story went that a staff member yelled at a client and used derogatory and…

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Lift Up! 

I find some expressions more than a little odd. This story is about one that says, ” Don’t kick someone when they are down.” Why would you kick someone at…

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I Want to Start a Movement: Can

One word will be the theme for this week, and that word is “can.” This word will inspire your achievements and help you find what you need to have joy,…

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There Is a Part For You

A few weeks ago, my family and I discussed around the dinner table what our favorite movies were, and my children guessed mine without hesitation: The American President. I love…

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Really Moving

My husband is a runner. Since his mid-20s, he has been running consistently, and considering that he is not in his 60s, that gives him more than 40 years of…

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Finding Peace in a Good Story

Most of you will have read a blog about my friend Carl. He could not read. Back when he was growing up, talking books were only a service for those…

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Rituals For You

I started helping in the kitchen when I was still a toddler. I remember being tasked with carrying bowls and stirring the pots, easy assignments one can do with tiny…

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You Can Plan for Joy

Recently, I was reminded of the value of carving out a few minutes of quiet time for myself. At one point in my life, I had a great ritual where…

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When Seeds Fall on Good Soil

I have a few houseplants in my home, and over the years, I’ve learned which ones grow better in certain lights and which don’t. Two years ago, Sanjiv Jalota gave…

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