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Get Rid of Superwoman Syndrome Once and for All

When it comes to what happened the other day, I have choices. I can forget it, beat myself up, or learn from it. Usually I elect a combination of forgetfulness and self-flagellation, but now, I’m going to go with learning. Here’s what happened: I spent a day in a haze [...]

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When is it OK to Put Aside Productivity and Go Hands Free?

Dear friends, Once upon a December afternoon, I decided to bake cookies for a party. I could have skipped it; in fact, I nearly talked myself out of it. Baking is not the most efficient use of my time. Nevertheless, I chose it because it felt like Christmas, like celebration. [...]

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Cross Everything Else Off Your List, Leaving Just This.

Dear friends, The weather outside is frightful, so I’m glad to be here in my writing room. I’m also glad that we have central heating this winter. Happiness really is the small things, like not having to wear a hat in the house. And this reminds me of another story [...]

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The Momastery Guest Post (Seriously, Bring Champagne)

This is a big day. A break out the kazoos, call a babysitter and uncork the champagne!!! kind of day. (Or it would be if I had kazoos. Or children. Or champagne on hand … ) Today, I have a post live on Momastery. Momastery, created by Glennon Melton, “is [...]

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