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Trusting That I Can, Day 19: Taking care of myself on Mother’s Day

  Last year, I thought I didn’t need recognition for Mother’s Day. So, when nothing happened, I had a huge, bad, one-of-my-all-time-worst meltdowns with the girls in the car. I’d been feeling only mildly resentful when at a red light, … Continue reading

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Trusting That I Can, Day 15: Making change a project

Over New Year’s, we traveled to see my father. In the airport bookstore was a book lying on top of a stack of different books as if (oooh!) someone had left it there for me. It was called the Happiness … Continue reading

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Zeroing in on happiness

As a mom, and as a person, I’ve been needing to improve my tangible level of happiness. Which is something I’m used to thinking about as quite intangible, vaguely based on my state of mind, but quite vulnerable to the … Continue reading

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