Creative Planter You can use your “Blue Brain Creativity” to adapt and utilized a family treasure! This is the 50-year-old Italian pram that I used to walk our sons Joshua and Noah in, when they were babies. Now it holds a variety of Coleus and sweet memories each summer, on our front porch. Closing thought…

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Recently, Brenda, who is  one of my Facebook Friends, posted that her beloved dog Chloe had died. My Blue Heart understood Brenda’s terrible loss of a four legged, fur-covered family member. When Golde My Dear, our Golden-Newfoundland- Labrador mix, died our veterinarian, Dr. Raymond Hinkle sent me The Rainbow Bridge Poem. It comforted my broken…

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Albert Einstein (a Green Brainer) said, “Your imagination is your preview of life’s coming attractions.” According to the Merriam Webster Dictionary, IMAGINATION has a variety of definitions. I have highlighted specific words that are key to each of the 4 Brain Colors. 1. The power of forming a mental image of something not present to the senses…

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My Blue/Yellow Brain needed to apologize for being incognito for the past several weeks. January was filled traveling and developing, preparing and delivering five What Color Is Your Brain? Programs for legal secretaries, lawyers, parents, early childhood teachers and administrators and sales representative for a book distributor. Now, I have decided to commit the month of February to writing the Teacher & Parent Activity…

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This afternoon, I will be facilitating a What Color Is Your Brain? “Parenting” Program at the Gertrude B. Neilson Child Care and Learning Center. I have previously facilitated a Brain Color program for the Team Leaders and another for all the Teachers and Staff members. Executive director, Lana Weiner told me, “Our teachers haven’t stopped talking about brain color and are…

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A bully is a person who repeatedly browbeats or intimidates another person and is habitually is cruel to others who are weaker than he or she. When I was a child we had only one neighborhood bully. Today, it is disturbing and sad to note that there are multiple bullies in our homes, communities, schools, workplaces, and on-line. Bully behavior has become is a extremely serious issue. According to…

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One of my favorite poets, Frances Woodworth Howells wrote: “Life is sadly out of tune when memories must live with us too soon.” My life is tragically out of  tune and my “Blue Heart” has been breaking because our dear, sweet, intelligent, generous and loving cousin, Beverly Gibstein Glazov Berman passed away on November 11th. Beverly was not only…

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I recently wore a tee shirt I purchased in Door County, Wisconsin . I bought the tee shirt because the message printed on the front resonated with me and hit the bull’s eye about my personality. It got me thinking about what the other Brain Color Personality tee shirts might say… Yellow Brain tee shirt: “Do you want to be…

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Sometimes my “Green Brain” prefers to work in solitude. Often my “Orange Brain” enjoy listening to my fun Ragtime selections. Other times my “Blue Brain” loves listening to Baroque music. Did you know that Baroque music enhances one’s creativity because there are 60 beats per minute, just like a healthy heart rate? To enhance my creativity I also enjoy listening to my friend, Lily Miceli’s “INBETWEEN THE…

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This morning, I returned from a meeting and was greeted by our lovely chanticleer (pyrus caleryana) pear trees in one of our perennial gardens. Jordan and I planted both trees 4 1/2  years ago. One to celebrate our 40th anniversary and the other to celebrate our granddaughter Yasmin’s birth. In fact, the burlap that was wrapped around the ball of roots of one of…

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Recently, my husband and I were having a discussion about how the four Brain Colors receive, process and respond to information differently It is fascinating to examine each Brain Color’s behavior, which resembles a gear that needs to be maintained in a specific manner. Yellow Brainers are comfortable when they receive information in an organized format, as if it…

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If you are going venture into creating new ideas,  use your “Blue Brain” to communicate, collaborate and brainstorm with someone else. This morning, I was discussing over-due changes to my Facebook Fan Page with Jackie deBoer, my social media consultant. The more Jackie chatted about the much need changes to the Fan Page the more prolific our ideas  to improve the page. This…

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