Monthly Archives: July 2014

Formerly Afraid of Water

Some people face their fears by charging through them. Others face fear after thinking and even over-thinking a bit. I’m not sure if one method is better than the other, but I subscribe to the latter method. Last week while … Continue reading

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Workout Mojo Returning

Last week my family (hubs, mom, sis/ b-i-l and their kids) escaped the heat and humidity of Nashville to enjoy the heat and humidity of Florida. Until then I’d been having trouble getting my exercise on ever since my week … Continue reading

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The Heartbreak of Growing Roses

Dick Clark has blackspot and I feel like a bad parent. I noticed it during my first garden walk following a week of depletion. The rose bush’s foliage was covered with the vile fungus. I’m fortunate to attend church with … Continue reading

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Zoodles

Is it just me, or does food taste better when you grow it yourself? Hubs was recently jonzing for spaghetti. I didn’t want the wheat and I remembered seeing a zuchini squash in my garden, ready to be picked. I … Continue reading

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Never Say “Once In A Lifetime”

Last year a coaching client* told me about a “once in a lifetime” opportunity. While the opportunity was fantastic and she was excited as she told me about it, I gave her a little pushback regarding her language. Why did … Continue reading

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Cool Gardening

This week Middle Tennesseans have been waking up to 60 degree temperatures and practically zero humidity. That’s unheard of! This morning I treated myself to an early morning gardening session and never broke a sweat. From the looks of things … Continue reading

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Last week was one of extreme business, with after-work commitments every night. It was full of lots of good stuff, but as I look back on it, I didn’t have any down time. In fact, I only worked out one … Continue reading

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On Trauma and Being of Service

I have one more story to tell you about hubs’ and my recent trip to Maine. It’s taken me a while to process it. A week before our trip, hubs and I were in a wreck. I told you about … Continue reading

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Ooops, I Did It Again…

A few weeks ago I told you about the rose bush I bought in celebration of earning my ACC coaching credential. I also told you I’m going to use this rose bush to learn what I can about growing roses … Continue reading

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