10 Ways to Buy a Car Like a Pro

Do you dread buying a car? Does it ever seem overwhelming to try to find the best deal? Believe it or not, finding a great deal isn’t has tough as you think.

A few months ago, my husband and I made a big move from a tiny tropical island, where […]

Vitamin Supplements: Are they Worth the Money?

Since the dawn of my memories, I can remember taking those brightly colored Flintstones vitamins before bed. After all, the thinking at the time was that kids needed supplements to grow up healthy. That upbringing, and those yummy colored chewables, has produced an adult culture obsessed with vitamin therapy. […]

By |February 24th, 2014|Training|0 Comments|

Miracles: Devine or Delusion? My Personal Testimony

I turned on the car and watched the muffled grey light dance through the sleet pounding on the wind shield. I surveyed the ice piled up over two inches thick on the slick, steep, curvy road ahead, and prayed.

 

The 150 miles separating me from my destination seemed impassible. There […]

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    Seven Reasons Why Carnivores and Vegetarians Can Co-Exist on Thanksgiving

Seven Reasons Why Carnivores and Vegetarians Can Co-Exist on Thanksgiving

Turkey Day! Except what do you do for those crazy vegetarians? What can they even eat? Should you save your grass clippings?

 

Seriously, I’ve heard it all.

 

For the past decade, I have been a vegetarian in some form. I have vacillated between raw vegan and regular vegetarian. Yet, no matter […]

By |November 27th, 2013|Training|0 Comments|

I’m Back! Miss me?

I’m so sorry I’ve been so lax on posting this past month! I certainly didn’t mean to slack, but I’ve had a lot going on!

The Distractions

First, my husband has been on his summer vacation for these past six weeks. Since medical school normally monopolizes all of his time, I […]

More Connected, Yet Out of Touch

Connection…

It’s what people crave. Yet more and more, people are going to on-line sources to bond on the bandwidth. Generation Z, the millennial generation, seem to be born with a smartphone in hand.

While connecting online isn’t necessarily a bad thing, are people spending so much time under the alluring […]

My Fearful Adventure: Leaving the Cage to Fly

Fear – the cage that encloses our soul. Though we want to fly, we hit the steel bars, unable to break away from prison. Fear takes many forms. For me, ironically, I was afraid of losing freedom and falling flat on my face. And, because of my fear of […]

Peace on the Street – Stopping Harassment

If I were to tell you that there is a population group where 99% of the people in America have suffered harassment in some form, what comes to mind? A smaller minority group? A certain religious organization? A particular sexual orientation? All fair guesses!

But the answer? Women. That’s right. […]

By |May 15th, 2013|Training|8 Comments|

From a Motherless Non-Mother on Mother’s Day

I struggle with some holidays more than others. Mother’s Day is one of the tougher ones. It reminds me of what I’ve lost or have yet to gain.

What I’ve Lost

You see, I lost my mother nineteen years ago. I was barely a teenager, just getting into that phase of […]

Tasting Tomorrow Today

“To live is the rarest thing in the world. Most people just exist; that is all.” Oscar Wilde

Are you a future thinker? Do you constantly dream about your life in that pink puffy place in the distance where all dreams come true? Is happiness so elusive that you constantly […]