Monthly Archives: March 2015

Timeframe for Grief

GratitudeIs it even possible for things to get ‘back to normal’ after someone you love passes? I don’t think so. I have found that with the passing of a loved one, a friend, and even an acquaintance, there is no going back to the way things were when they were still here with us. There’s nothing normal about life anymore – even things as simple as eating their favorite foods, going to the mall, a meeting, or a gathering  where we’re surrounded by others, and certainly communicating with people take on a whole new perspective and meaning.

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Shakin’ it Up

orange juiceDo you ever feel a need to shake things up? You know… wondering if you’re on the right track, asking yourself questions like is there something more or better suited for me than what I’m doing right now?” or “is this really what life is all about?

I know for me I have had several such times of introspection over the course of my adult life, and especially regarding my entrepreneurial life. There are times that I’ve asked myself these questions and I get a resounding Yes Sue keep on going and things work out great. Other … Read More

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The Best of Times, the Worst of Times

sandy-beachWhat a swirl of activity has been taking place in my life over the past several months. Some of it was really great and completely joy-filled – like moving to a new home, mini-vacation with mom and sis, and two new book launches. And some of it was not so great, tough to handle, and even heart-breaking – a nasty cold, mix-ups and mess-ups with some business stuff, and the loss of our sweet nephew Sean.

How could it be that we experience such a wide range of emotions in a relatively short period of time?

It’s called life.

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