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Entries from July 2005

Expressing Gratitude

July 22nd, 2005 · No Comments

I’m sure I have talked about being grateful and saying thank you before.  But it all bears repeating (over and over again really… , and this time I am inspired by what Stacy Brice over at Virtualosophy had to say in her post The Rarest of Gifts. The rarest of gifts she is talking about [...]

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Pothole #2 – Paperwork

July 22nd, 2005 · No Comments

We are still talking about potholes in our lives – those holes that appear as a symptom of some bigger issue – and that we often patch up instead of dealing with completely. Today I am thinking about paperwork.  I am in the midst of a big reorganisation in my home office, and I think [...]

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Pothole #1 – a health niggle

July 20th, 2005 · No Comments

This is the start of my series of posts on the potholes in our life. Have you ever had a health niggle that you didnt have time to deal with?  Have you ever patched a health niggle over and over again – without getting to the cause of the trouble? Are you ‘too busy’ to [...]

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Filling in potholes

July 20th, 2005 · No Comments

You know how some roads get a weak spot and are forever getting full of potholes?  Maybe in a low lying area, where water underneath the road weakens it and the holes form?  And how the road maintenance crew come around and fill in the hole with a spade full of bitumen and stamp it [...]

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Introducing… Sanctuary!

July 18th, 2005 · No Comments

Are you in need of refuge from the demands of your ever-busy life? Do you long for connection…if only you could find the time? SANCTUARY offers you a place of refuge, a place of calmness and retreat accessible right amidst the chaos and busyness of your days… I am very excited to announce the ‘launch’ [...]

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Keeping up with technology

July 15th, 2005 · 2 Comments

Maryanne’s post yesterday talks about the need for mother’s to keep up with technology.  Here’s an excerpt: "I don’t know a single mother today who doesn’t feel like she’s being pulled in a million different directions. We all know this story. Everyone needs us, our kids, our job, our husbands, our friends, our family and [...]

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Harry Pottering

July 14th, 2005 · No Comments

Ooooh the countdown is really on for the release of the latest Harry Potter book.  2 sleeps to go!! Do you remember in the last Harry Potter – The prisoner of Azkaban – how Professor Quirrell was running a class specifically with the intention of helping Harry get over his fear of dementors? And so, [...]

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Cars for Teenagers

July 14th, 2005 · No Comments

My 15 year old son is counting down the days until he gets his drivers license.  And he reminds me constantly.  And is always wanting to drive my car up the driveway, or down, or where ever… (the answer is always NO!!!) And I have two main thoughts on this subject.  My son behind the [...]

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Challenging Friends

July 12th, 2005 · No Comments

I have been reflecting on friends who challenge me to do better, be better and be authentic. These arent ordinary friends!!  And I count myself lucky to have a couple who really do challenge me to be the best me I can be.  And when I am wishy washy, or show some fear around something, [...]

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Some Scary Findings about Diet Soft Drinks

July 11th, 2005 · No Comments

A recent study conducted over eight years in the US has found that people who drink diet soft drinks dont lose weight.  In fact, they gain weight. As reported on my.WebMD.com, the study showed that total soft drink consumption was linked to overweight and obesity – which wasnt surprising.  What was surprising was that when [...]

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