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A Perfectly Imperfect Ordinary Day


I’d love to be able to tell you I’ve always been crystal clear on the direction of my life and my business, but that would be a lie. We all hit those crossroads where life is changing, and – even if we’ve chosen the changes – life can feel hazy. Sometimes, we try to hang […]

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The Art of Compassionate Discipline


Despite my love of logic and structure, I have the heart of a rebel. Some days, I look at my running to do list and though I know exactly what needs to be done, I drag my feet and suddenly decide that my office needs to be vacuumed or that we just won’t survive the […]

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Because Meal Planning Prevents Arsenic Hour

Prevent Arsenic Hour with Meal Planning

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well.” — Virginia Woolf Every parent knows the arsenic hour – that agonizing space between everyone getting home from work and trying to get dinner on the table. We want to be good custodians of our bodies –and the bodies of our […]

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Revealing My 2015 Touchstones

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For a decade now, I’ve been using the process of choosing one to three words to serve as a focus and theme for my year. Like life, some years are easier to stay on point than others, but it never fails to amaze me at the end of the year how my choice has focused, […]

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