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YOUR VOTE COUNTS

While 70 percent of Americans say they believe that high voter turnout in presidential elections is important, only 56 percent of Americans who were of the voting age voted in […]

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Unprecedented Times

Unprecedented. Challenging. Uncertain. Never have I heard these words used more frequently than in the past few weeks. All of those words ring true in this first week of April, […]

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Mind Reading

Ever wish you could read someone else’s mind? I imagine it would be really cool to be able to do that…at least at first. Sure, it would be fun to […]

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Joy at Work

I have a number of friends who are currently in the process of  “decluttering” their homes. This is largely because of the very trendy Marie Kondo book, The Life-Changing Magic […]

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Monsoons

Every summer in Arizona there comes a time when the long summer days with their unrelenting 100+ degree temperatures become tiresome if not nearly unbearable.And even though it’s “a dry […]

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Don’t Miss The Moment

I am blessed in my life, if I haven’t shared that before. I am healthy, I have a wonderful partner and a great family. This spring, I was fortunate enough […]

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Moderation

“Everything in moderation,” my father said, sitting in his chair behind his desk, raising a glass and sipping at the three fingers of a single malt whiskey he poured only […]

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Unplugging

Anne Lamott, a favorite writer of mine, describes what I call “spontaneous electronic regeneration” by saying, “Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including […]