Word Wednesday • “Paucity” is my word for WordWednesday. Definition • Noun: The presence of something only in small or insufficient quantities or amounts, scarcity. Pronunciation • Pronunciation –pau·ci·ty/pôsədē Usage • After the Coronavirus “Shelter In Place” orders were announced, there was a “Paucity” of toilet paper because people were hording and stock-piling this essential item. Closing Thought…

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Holding my breath Yesterday,  I experienced a routine ultrasound. The technician instructed me to take in a deep breath and hold my breath. I explained to her that I had been practicing yoga more than 25 years and I preferred my Belly Breathing, which might make her job more challenging. She said it would and…

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Decision Making & Stress It seems that our lives are changing at a faster pace every day. Today, people are stressed about making critical health care and economic decisions because of the Coronavirus and serious political decisions because of the election. Making those decision can be a stressful experience depending on your Brain Color personality…

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Word Wednesday • “Meliorism” is my word for WordWednesday Definition • Noun: The belief that the world can improve and that humans can aid its betterment! Pronunciation • Pronunciation –  MEE-lee-uh-riz-um Usage • During these crazy times and the Coronavirus pandemic,  “Meliorism” can help people maintain a positive attitude and offer kindness to others. Closing Question • Is “Meliorism” your…

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Planning a New Garden I am back from my High Holidays respite. I have begun the new year of 5781 by planting in my new garden. I have sweet memories of working in the garden with my parents in the back yard of our home. It was a treat playing in the dirt and tending…

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News and Stress It seems that everyone is talking about the stress they are experiencing. My neighbor and I were discussing  how the daily news about the Coronavirus, the economy, demonstrations, deaths, students remote learning at home, and the 2020 election can spark and ignite an individual’s stress level. Social media, newspapers, radio programs, blogs, and…

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Full, Empty or Overflowing? People talk about their glass being 1/2 Full or 1/2 Empty. However, my childhood friend Helene describe her glass as filled to the top and with bubbles overflowing the rim of the glass. Helene says, “You must keep your own glass not only full, but overflowing so you have all of…

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During the Coronavirus, we have  been reminded of the lessons of humanity in the newspapers, on the television, radio and/or our phones or tablets.  Today, I thought about the inspirational anecdote my Uncle Jerry, who is my mother’s 93 year old brother, contributed to my latest book, No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense) Below is…

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Are you missing a hug from a loved one, friend, neighbor, and/or colleague? Because of the Coronavirus many people are feeling stressed and missing healthy hugs, which are an emotional connection to others for humans, as well as some animals. I enjoyed  reading the newspaper article entitled: We’re Human, we have to hug, which caught…

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As businesses re-open and changes have to be made, there is advice to help prevent issues because the Coronovirus. However, are you needing a time-tested blueprint to help you re-open, modify, build, and maintain your business successfully? My latest book, No Bunk, Just BS (Business Sense) is the perfect blueprint and solution to achieve goals…

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