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Post-Thanksgiving reflections

Thanksgiving has passed. We’ve all expressed our gratitude for family, friends, turkey and stuffing. Or have we?  Were you annoyed when Aunt Rose complained that the mashed potatoes had lumps? Did sibling rivalry hijack the camaraderie you were hoping to … Continue reading

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Giving thanks

The day before this Thanksgiving, I find myself being grateful for the same thing I most appreciated when working:  time off.  For three and a half days I have nothing scheduled — no appointments, no coffee or lunch dates, no looming … Continue reading

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Reflections on gratitude

“Use the supports available to you.” This quote came from my instructor in a movement class called Feldenkrais.  The supports she was referring to included the ground, our hips, our shoulders and other body parts that help us roll over, … Continue reading

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