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Sticky Notes Cover The Bathroom Mirror

They all say the same thing, “Right Attitude.” I take my coffee with Hazelnut Creamer and I take my days with the right attitude. If there’s a problem, I do my part to fix it, If someone needs to be called, I call, If I need to take care of something, I do it, IfContinue reading “Sticky Notes Cover The Bathroom Mirror”

The ‘TWO’ Principle

Why have one of anything when you can have two (except boyfriends)? I just had this most extraordinary realization. I wasn’t aware until just this morning that this practice of having two is how I’ve designed my life. I have two sons, two kittens, I have two cups of coffee each morning, I have two pair of exercise capris, two topsContinue reading “The ‘TWO’ Principle”

Life Happened

I published my memoir in March of 2011. That was nearly a decade ago and a lot has happened since then. For one, Life has happened. I’ve already started the outline for my second book, but I’m not quite sure how to begin. I know, I know – at the beginning. Right? But it’s notContinue reading “Life Happened”

Unhealthy Relationships Just Don’t Feel Good.

I think our feelings can be wonderful things – when we’re being honest with ourselves. They alert us to the fact that things are either great or not so great. When things are great, our feelings support the experience, which motivates us to prolong it or magnify it. When they’re not so great, our feelingsContinue reading “Unhealthy Relationships Just Don’t Feel Good.”

“Just Let Me Grab My Gun.”

I have an amusing story.  I went with a friend to the grocery store yesterday and we were talking for a minute after we parked.  Without looking, I reached over to open my door and it banged up against a car next to us that hadn’t been there when we arrived.  Some jive turkey hadContinue reading ““Just Let Me Grab My Gun.””

Honest to a Fault

My grandmother used to say to me, “Jenny – you’re honest to a fault.” And I’d say. “So?!” And then she’d say, “That’s exactly what I mean.” And I’d walk away confused as ever. That was then. Today – I’m older and wiser and stuff. I’ve always been direct and blunt and straightforward. I don’tContinue reading “Honest to a Fault”