“Haggadah” is my word for WordWednesday. ♦ I think we will have to amend the “Haggadah” and add the Coronavirus as the 11th Plague.  • Noun: 1. Text recited at the Seder on the first two nights of the Jewish Passover or Pesach, including a narrative of the Exodus from Egypt. 2.  Legend, parable, or anecdote used…

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I have noticed that people are worrying about a variety of issues during the Coronavirus. These observations got my Green Brain thinking about what causes people to worry and what each Brain Color personality worries about. William Ralph Inge said, “Worry is interest paid on trouble before it is due.”   The verb worry means to give…

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“Welkin” is my word for WordWednesday. • Noun: Sky or heaven • Usage: The “Welkin” will ring with our joy and relief when a cure for the Coronavisus is discovered! • Pronunciation – welkən • The British pronunciation does not sound the “l” in  “Welkin”. • Enjoy the song “Thank Heaven for Little Girls” from…

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Because of the Coronavirus individual are learning how to juggle and manage their professional and personal lives and projects. Before the Coronavirus people were going to work in their offices, businesses, or their home office and managing their own personal scheduling, connections, and projects. Now, thousands of people are juggling how to manage their work…

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“Bonhomie” is my word for WordWednesday. • Noun: Cheerfulness, friendliness, kindness, geniality, good nature atttitude • Usage: It is heartwarming to see how communities have shown a grand sense of  “Bonhomie” during the Coronavirus!  • Pronunciation – ˌbänəˈmē orˈbänəmē • Demonstrating “Bonhomie” toward others will help cheer your heart and theirs, during this difficult time.…

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It Couldn’t Be Done written by Edgar A. Guest, who was know as the “People’s Poet,” is one of my favorite poems. It has always lifted my spirits and encouraged me through difficult times in my life. When I was a young girl I was fortunate to attend Mac-Do Lodge Camp for Girls in Delevan,…

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“Bruxism” is my word for WordWednesday. • Noun: Involuntary habitual grinding of the teeth, typically during sleep.. • Usage:  If you suffer from “Bruxism” you should see you dentist.   • Pronunciation – brəksizəm • The stress of the Coronavirus may cause you to have “Bruxism”. • Have you ever experienced “Bruxism”? Stay safe and healthy;…

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“Rectitudinous” is my word for WordWednesday. • Adjective: Characterized by being morally correct behavior or thinking, self- righteousness, pious. • Usage: The manager’s “Rectitudinous” attitude was annoying! • Pronunciation – rek-ti-tood-n-uh s • People often think that the Yellow Brainers who have a “Rectitudinous” manner are difficult to work with. • Do you know anyone who…

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This year is my book’s 13th birthday! What Color Is Your Brain?® was published in 2007. Last Wednesday, I spoke with Stephanie Portnoy, Senior Vice President, Health Care Books and Journals, and Mary Sasso, Vice President, Sales and Marketing at SLACK Incorporated about a new book project. Before we concluded our call, I asked Stephanie…

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“Fecundity” is my word for WordWednesday. Noun: Fertility, ability to produce copious ideas, offspring, or new growth. Usage: Our neighbor’s 4-H rabbit project was a perfect example of “Fecundity”. Pronunciation – feˈkəndədē,fiˈkəndədē My Creative Blue Brain is always in a “Fecundity” mode!      My family business memoir No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense) is available on Amazon.com.…

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