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Clean parenting

A clean house and happy kids. Every approaching birthday, Mother’s Day, and Christmas when we would ask my mom what she wanted, she would say, “A clean house and happy kids.” There were 6 of us, so those two things seemed continually mutually exclusive. We could clean the house, or we could be cheerful andContinue reading “Clean parenting”

Grace

Just like me. I’ve been thinking about what grace means for me. It’s something more than the “courteous goodwill” that comes up when I search for the definition online. It’s more like the psychological equivalent of the “simple elegance or refinement of movement” that defines physical grace. It’s a way of relating to ourselves andContinue reading “Grace”

Being a grownup

What does it meant to be in emotional adulthood? I bet everyone has said at one time or another, “She made me so mad!” or “He is frustrating me!” If you’ve been around here a while, though, you know that other people don’t control our emotions. We create our own emotions with our thoughts. AndContinue reading “Being a grownup”

Action!

Sometimes I’m not sure what I’m doing or why I’m doing it. I have a lot of projects going and it can feel overwhelming. It can seem like the solution is to dive right in and get a bunch of things done. Nothing wrong with getting things done. But I’ve noticed that sometimes I amContinue reading “Action!”

It’s what you think

The problem you’re having might not be what you think. Instead, it might just be what you’re thinking. Human beings are meaning-making machines. We have thousands of thoughts every day in rapid succession. We have thoughts all day long about the circumstances we encounter, about our past, and about our future. Most of the timeContinue reading “It’s what you think”

73 degrees

Is it a story or a fact? A few years ago I worked with a personal trainer, an avid cyclist who told me her favorite temperature is 73 degrees. It felt oddly specific, and has stuck in my mind ever since. I think of her every time I notice that it’s 73 degrees outside. 73Continue reading “73 degrees”

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