Category Archives: priorities

Road 2 Hope

Winter is coming.

I’m dreading it already.

My mood has not been great lately. I struggle with mild depression, and the past few weeks have been hard. I don’t want to get out of bed, the most basic of tasks seems overwhelming, the smallest glitch in the day can move me to tears. The idea of adding dark and cold to my current circumstances is enough to make

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Simplifying Supper

why do they want dinner

*photo source

Our new routine has James home for supper every night. Getting meals on the table has always been a challenge for me, but I buckled down and did a meal plan last week, and it’s changed my lfie already. You can read all about it over at This Sisterhood.

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Rhythm and Routine

Guys! I still write sometimes!


And it’s super exciting, in the 9-to-5, Monday-to-Friday kind of a way. I’m all jazzed up over the beautiful potential for rhythm and routine.

You can read all about it over at This Sisterhood.

Happy Monday


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My “One Word” for 2013

It’s the first Monday back to school after holidays, and are we ever ready to return to routine. I’m looking forward to re-orienting and establishing priorities as we get the ball rolling again.

I’m over at This Sisterhood (just like every Monday!) today talking about my One Word for the year.

Have you heard about OneWord365? The idea is

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A Sense of Call, and Saying No

In case you didn’t notice, that whole 31 Days to Slow Down & Savour thing and I didn’t work out so well.

Ya see, it turned into chains, and the point was to enjoy life more, not be enslaved by an arbitrary self-imposed commitment. So I stopped, and I’m choosing to not even feel bad about it.

But, related to the slowing down and savouring,

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