Category Archives: behavior change

Day Fourteen: Walking for…

Walking – it is a path to good health – think of the heart and muscles it is a path to express ones emotions on a topic – as in a walk out or a walk in it is a … Continue reading

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Day Thirteen: When your words come back to haunt you –

I have a pink sticky note that I have been carrying around with me for about a week and a half with the word quality on it. I have wanted to write about quality of work and more specifically about … Continue reading

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Day Six: Breathing and Balance

Breathing in and breathing out – a balance of air to keep the lungs moving and the body balanced. We do it without thinking. Our brain and body work together to create a heathy environment. A balance that seems solid, … Continue reading

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Safety means communication

It is the first Tuesday of August. It means it is National Night Out. It is a time to meet your neighbors. A time to learn who lives in your building or the house next door. This program began in … Continue reading

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Layers and Layers of learning

On a bright and hot Saturday morning I find myself sitting in an old historical house taking a botany class. It is Botany for Artists to be exact. I will not call myself an artist but I am learning to … Continue reading

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Beginners Mind

The phrase Beginners Mind for me comes out of the Buddhist teaching. It is that place where you allow yourself to be open to being a learner. It is the time when you ask questions and allow for the fact … Continue reading

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Quiet Holidays – letting go

Holidays are funny things – we can get so excited by them or so disappointed by them. The expectations around a holiday are amazing. It can leave us exhausted even when we have not done anything. This year the actual … Continue reading

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