3 Reasons Honor Begins at Home
We all wish to grow healthy, happy relationships with our children. We interact, play and talk with our children to enjoy one another and feel connected. In those moments when we are in conflict with our kids at home, we wonder "What can I do to enhance my…
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In some of your low moments have you asked yourself this question; Did I Marry the right Person?
We must realize that our marriage/relationship like all others has a life cycle;
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Yesterday - your History is filled with Experiences to learn and grow from.
Tomorrow - your Future is a Mystrey filled with hope and promise yet unravelled.
Today - your Present is your Opportunity to make a differnce and lasting memories for your lifetime.
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It's Monday morning and I'm looking at what I accomplished last week. I was SO busy - catching up after big snow storms caused havoc to my work schedule (due to a six days of no school for my son), keeping on top of current client needs, responding to new clients and marketing opportunities, staying on top of email and phone calls, chairing a big volunteer event and taking care of me, the house, my family and meals. Although I did…Continue
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Hi My name is Siggy Flicker and My motto to having a healthy, happy life has always been this…..…Continue
The light was so bright I could hardly see,
But the brighter it got the closer it came to me.
I toiled and dispared, I cried and tried to repair,
The life that there was and was no longer there.
I reached and I fought, I crawled and I ran,
But wherever I turned there was nobody there.
Suddenly I found a person who had been there,
Who had been in the dirt, the toil and dispair.
She said "walk on the sand and accept what is…Continue
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I just signed up! I am a mother that works full time, married, but still struggling to get by. I am taking a leap of faith and starting a new venture. I am NO sales person, so this will either make or break me. I have a lot of friends that started using and selling a new weightloss/health product. I have seen it work, they are 100% behind it and no one sells it in my state. It hasn't even spread across the country yet! I decided I am just going to go for it and give it a whirl. After all, if…Continue
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I have been known to be called a patient person. I have a Bachelor’s degree in elementary and special education. I have Masters and Specialists degrees in educational and school psychology. I have been a classroom teacher, special education teacher, and school psychologist. I deal with children everyday. I am a Positive Behavior Supports Coach. I have read all about Love and Logic…Continue
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Remember Moms and Tots groups? These playgroups provided many women - including me - with a treasured support of like-minded sister-moms who became woven into the tapestry of our lives.
I was so very lucky to have Kathy, Tracy, Jean, Lisa, Mary, Diana and Justine; all of whom lived within sugar-borrowing proximity. We met weekly, presumably for the kids. However, I know that a huge part of our playgroup was for the moms. We threw baby showers, sang happy…Continue
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It's amazing how your life can change so drastically in just a few years.
For over 20 years I was a professional stand-up comedian working the road and staying out late. And since 2001 I've also been running my business, Bride's Night Out, Inc. -- a bachelorette party planning company based on my stand-up act with a Party Consultant direct sales program.
Like every project I undertake, I pour myself into getting everything just right. And I love the energy I…Continue
One of the most frequently asked questions that I am ever asked, both as a recruiter and as a career coach, is about handling gaps in a CV caused by taking time out to raise a family.
Response: there is no one magic wand answer. Or at least not one that I can think of.
Starting and raising a family is one of the greatest challenges of not just being a woman, but being a woman in the work place. We all handle it differently. There is no right or wrong…Continue
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During pregnancy intercourse, and more particularly orgasm, can be the most intense a woman has ever experienced. Because of the increase in blood supply during pregnancy, a woman’s perineum and sexual organs are all engorged (filled to the brim) with blood and this engorgement results in heightened sensitivity. Many women report that some of the best sex they’ve ever had was while they were pregnant. And while many may worry about the effects on the growing baby, you’ll be…Continue
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