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Rumble Strips

“When you change the way you look at things, the things you look at change”….. Wayne Dyer Interesting idea. My perception of an object or situation can change the outcome. If I look at abstinence as a diet, a period pf starvation where I give up all my favorite foods and – in addition – […]

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The Tsunami Is Over!

Welcome to 2022! We have made it through the Solstice and the holidays, and survived! How well did you do with your life? How was your food? What are the changes you want to make now? Usually there are some successes, some failures and some ongoing issues. Food issues are usually one of the ongoing […]

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We Made It This Far

Congratulations. We have made it more than halfway through the tsunami and we have survived. The long slide into the darkest days of the year is over. The earth is literally pivoting – turning itself back towards the sun and towards the light and the warmth I love this week. I feel suspended in time, […]

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A Special Blog: Emergency Road Service!

It is the holiday and everyone else is running around wrapping presents and baking cookies. And the food that always trips you up and gets you into a binge, or sets off your other self-destructive eating behaviors – it is there.  In front of you. Tempting. Torturing you. And the family member who says, “Can’t […]

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The Season Has Begun!

Congratulations! You made it past the first weekend of the Holiday season! Whether you are happy or unhappy with the results, today is a new day. Roll up your sleeves and let’s get on track for a great finish to 2021! I hear your eyes rolling! Seriously, in thirty-four years of working with people who […]

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‘Tis the Season To…………?

For me, the most difficult time of the year has always been the time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day. It’s the end of a year and the beginning of a fresh new year. There are lots of religious days, party days, decorations, gifts, and many things to be done to close out the year, […]

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Hanukkah – The Festival of Lights

Chanukah, or Hanukkah began at sunset last Sunday and will be celebrated until December 6. Hanukkah means “dedication”. This is celebrated in memory of a very odd, no honestly, miraculous, occasion. Israel was once occupied by the Seleucid Empire, which stretched about from today’s Greece to Iran, and Judaism was not permitted.  Antiochus was the […]

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