Monthly Archives: March 2014

“The Snowball Effect”

There is a book that I have been planning to get. It’s called “The Snowball Effect: How To Build Positive Momentum in Your Life” by Kristin Barton Cuthriell.  I’ve followed her blog (The Snowball Effect) for quite awhile now (a … Continue reading

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Life goes on…

I’m writing a lot today.  It seems like there are things I just need to get caught up on. If you’ve read my blog for a long time, you may have noticed that I haven’t written as much recently about … Continue reading

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Waiting for emotions to pass…

Recently I read this on The Snowball Effect: “Emotions are temporary.  They do pass.  Ride the wave of emotions without reacting at all.  You will, without a doubt, make a wiser decision about how to handle the situation.” ~Kristin Barton … Continue reading

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visit to the cardiologist

A little over a week ago, I had my appointment with the cardiologist.  (You can read about my EKG here.) I felt very frustrated. I ended up being away from work for three hours to spend less than ten minutes … Continue reading

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