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Monday Book Review: Organizing from the Inside Out

Reading is one of the things that pulled me out of the dark hole of grief, and I love hearing about others’ take on the titles I’ve read. To that end, I’m pulling over one of my reviews from Goodreads each week. If you’ve read the book, I’d love to hear what you think in…

Monday Book Review: The 100 Thing Challenge

Reading is one of the things that pulled me out of the dark hole of grief, and I love hearing about others’ take on the titles I’ve read. To that end, I’m pulling over one of my reviews from Goodreads each week. If you’ve read the book, I’d love to hear what you think in…

Why You Want Hospice by Your Side When a Loved One Dies

It’s National Hospice and Palliative Care Month which means now seems as good a time as any to sing the praises of hospice. If you’re not familiar with hospice, these are organizations that provide end-of-life care. People often think hospice is only available to those with less than six months to live, but that’s not…

Prayers for Paris…and Beirut…and Us All

I was going to write about hospice today, but it doesn’t seem right to not acknowledge the horror that took place in Paris last night. If you haven’t heard, ISIS is claiming responsibility for the seven reported attacks that occurred throughout the City of Love. French President Hollande has characterized it as an act of…

Technical Difficulties…and Happy Birthday to My Husband

Aaaaand we’re back! After a week of technical difficulties, the site is back up. As someone who feels anything but techie, it probably took me way longer than needed to get things back up and running, but such is life. I’ve also received some comments about this WordPress theme probably not being the best fit…