Tag Archives: self-reflection

Cure for the Emotional Hangover – a timely Repost

Why re-invent the wheel?  This post is as pertinent today as it was two years ago when I wrote it – no improvements required. As we move into the holiday season this week, here is a gentle reminder of ways … Continue reading

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Process vs Product

I recently stumbled upon a knitter’s blog wherein she called herself both a process and a product knitter. It gave me pause as I considered my current situation in terms of Process and Product – and in so doing, realized … Continue reading

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Reflecting on Progress

We’re on the move again.  Boxes, tape, take-out, late nights, trips to the donation centers (I thought we said we’d given up collecting stuff after the last move!) laughing, snapping — all the accoutrements of moving one’s life.  My Beloved … Continue reading

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