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Relaxed is the New High Strung, Slow is the New Fast…

July 11, 2011

It is easy for me to get caught up in the feeling that I always need to be doing something productive. Don’t interpret that as implying that I am always productive…I’m not. But when I feel like I should be getting things done, I tend not to plan anything into my life that would just [...]

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Random Stress Management Rule

September 23, 2010

I’ve found that sometimes, rather than trying to control my reactions to stressful situations, it can be easier to just control the situation. This sounds contrary to the standard advice, “You can’t change the situation, you can only change you’re reaction to it.” That’s often true, but let’s tackle this stress monster in multiple ways, [...]

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I Proved It Again!

February 3, 2010

A couple things…. Kristina and I seem to get to the point in the day (right before our sign language class) when we’re feeling a bit overloaded—-not with coaching, but with paperwork and crud that comes with coaching.  So, when our ASL instructor (Jennie) comes, we are most likely feeling like we should have practiced [...]

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Happy-Sadness: Years in Review

December 31, 2009

New Year’s Eve in 2003 was the saddest day of my life.  It had been a couple months since my sister passed away, it was the first day I was not spending with my 2 month-old nephew, and it was the last day of the last year in which my sister was alive.  I spent the day and [...]

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