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Are you Addicted to being busy?

Are you Addicted to being busy? Last week I started talking about how to stay in your peaceful living frame-of-mind when it seems like your world is full of stress and negativity.  Last week’s blog, the first in Finding Cherries series discussed how to use...

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The 5 Love Languages

The 5 Love Languages: The Secret to Love That Lasts by Dr. Gary Chapman February is the month of love and romance. I am going to broaden that theme to relationships in general for most of the month. And I cannot point to any one source of advice for happy...

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Building Your Support Tribe

Having a supportive community around us is one of the best things we can do to build resilience and reduce our stress levels! I want to direct you to focus in on the word “supportive.”  What I refer to as a Peaceful Living Community is not made-up of a...

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How community creates a peaceful life.

The month of February is all about hearts and flowers and romance! In the spirit of the month of St. Valentine all of my blog entries will be about relationships.   Not only romantic relationships! I will also talk about friendship and family relationships.   How to...

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Peaceful Living Travel: La Costa Spa

The Spa at La Costa Resort is a classic lady that never loses her style. I have been treating myself to her loveliness for almost a decade, and will continue to do so every time I find myself in the San Diego, CA area! The timeless elegance,...

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Stop Going to the Hardware Store for Milk

We communicate to be understood and to understand others. ~ Thich Nhat Hanh Who among us has gone to another person looking for emotional support and found that person unresponsive? As human beings, we long to be understood by others.  We have...

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Want to be a supermom? Take good care of yourself!

In my last blog I talked about how to assess your life to see if you are trying to be a Supermom, but burning yourself out at the same time.   Here’s a little metaphor to help you understand why you need to take care of yourself before you can...

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