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A Peaceful Heart and a Happy Home

What does the pursuit of happiness look like in your house? In our home, it used to mean the quest to actualize the picture perfect life; a lovely home, big careers, high achieving children. However, our search for the American … Continue reading

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Path to a Peaceful Heart: Part 4

  Where Peacefulness Resides Simplicity is one of the keys to peaceful living. Clearing emotional and material clutter from your life opens the emotional and physical space needed to think and communicate effectively with loved ones.  It creates time in … Continue reading

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Path to a Peaceful Heart: Part 3

The Words We Choose Matter   Words are powerful. They can, if strung together in just the right pattern, change lives.  You can choose to make your life more peaceful by thoughtfully examining your daily word choices. Words reflect the … Continue reading

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Endings as Beginnings

If you don’t already know Laura Munson, it is my extreme pleasure to introduce her to you.  In April of 2010, Laura published a memoir recounting a tough time in her marriage called This Is Not the Story You Think … Continue reading

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