Tag Archives: self-improvement

Backward Planning: The Second Important Life Skill

You are young at any age if you are planning for tomorrow. In my previous post I introduced the importance of habits and life skills that should be learned at an early age. And believe me, learning good habits is … Continue reading

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Wisdom From My Daughter . . .

(I wrote this post three years ago, but the wisdom of children is timeless.  Feel free to pass it to others who might need a gentle nudge and reminder! Besides, Valentine’s Day is coming.) My young daughter sensed that I … Continue reading

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Look Back to Move Forward

Dear God, my prayer for 2013 is a fat bank account and a thin body. Please don’t mix these up like you did this year. It’s January 1st, 2013.  The start of a new year and the time when most people … Continue reading

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