Category Archives: behavior change

Repeat, repeat, repeat …

I am afraid to look back through my blog posts to find how many times I have voiced my frustration and determination to learn something new or to develop a skill that I started to learn years ago. I feel … Continue reading

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Oh dear, it is Tuesday again!

It is Tuesday and I have not been writing. Where are the days going? How did I manage to get posts written each week when I was working full time? How is it that I can not seem to get … Continue reading

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December – the end of a year

We are in the first week of December and winter is here. The ground is frozen and white. The air to crisp and the gray clouds of Minnesota hang in the sky. This is our darkest month. It is often … Continue reading

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Staying on Schedule

I am retired. I have been retired for about 5 years. My days are often wide open and I am free to follow whatever schedule I would like. It is an amazing thing to think about. Especially as I watch … Continue reading

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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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