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Tag Archives: Goal-setting
I am a counter. That’s how I know that there are 276 stairs up to the overlook. Or maybe it is 278. For not only am I a counter, but I am a careless one. I blame the voices in … Continue reading
It’s my birthday. That’s not a particularly big thing in my life—I’ve never been the birthday girl type. Indeed, I have a hard time remembering my birthday let alone the birthdays of my kids and grandson. But this one is … Continue reading
Five days a week, I spend 30 minutes on the treadmill. To lessen the boredom, I listen to podcasts and classes from iTune University. Lately, I’ve been entranced by a philosophy course from Yale Open University. At the beginning of … Continue reading
I’m sitting at a coffee shop, but the person I was to be meeting—who I confirmed with not two hours ago—is no where to be seen. Traffic, he’ll say when he gets here. Or, traffic, he’ll apologize when he calls … Continue reading