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Volunteer and learn new things!

May 24, 2017

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I am winding down my non-profit volunteer consulting project. I am sad to see it end. I was on a team of Harvard alumni who created a strategic marketing plan for a local non-profit.  I really enjoyed my team mates and I just love the client. I did this work because I wanted to give back […]

It’s all about the attitude

May 3, 2017

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We can’t control our lives. We can’t control what happens to us. What we CAN control is how we react to events. I am in the process of dealing with my health insurance company, my doctor’s office and the hospital. All I am trying to do is schedule a simple test. What should be a […]

It’s not all or nothing

February 8, 2017

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Blame it on my foot surgery. Since December, I have not been able to get up at my usual 4:30 am. For the first few weeks, I could use the pain medications as my excuse since they made me really sleepy. Then, it was my body healing. But it has been two months now. Maybe […]

Meet Ruby

February 1, 2017

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So this is what dear Mr. Ken has been spending all his time on last week. He has even named it, Ruby! Lots of mysterious packages have been arriving at our house lately. Mr. Ken excitedly runs to the door and quickly sweeps up the packages. Then, one day, I come downstairs to see all […]

Irony

January 25, 2017

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I pass this sign on my daily walks and I can’t help but laugh. Notice that there is not one, but TWO dessert places: the Dessert Workshop and the Treat Cupcake Bar. A picture is really worth a thousand words. . .

Another what is it?

January 4, 2017

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Believe it or not, last week was a very busy one for me. You would think the week between Christmas and New Year’s would be quiet, but I was busy with my consulting project. The week just flew by! I was “stuck” inside because of my foot, so I was looking for things to do. […]

Forced inactivity – ack!

November 30, 2016

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As my December 2 foot surgery looms, I am getting prepared for a long period of forced inactivity. As my doctor likes to say, “For the next several weeks, you will be living in a triangle consisting of the sofa, the bathroom and your bed.” For someone who loves to exercise for at least an […]