Sonia Solomonson

Gratitude Attitude

Guest Blog by Life Coach Sonia Solomonson Why wait for Thanksgiving to give thanks? Nurturing a gratitude attitude promotes overall good health. My friend and colleague, Sonia Solomonson, wrote a blog in her Way2Grow Coaching newsletter that perfectly captures what I had in mind, so this week’s blog is from her. Thank you, Sonia. More about her at the end of the blog. In the U.S., November is the month in which we focus on […]

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domestic violence

Be Safe On-Line From Stalkers

This is a guest blog from the staff at TechWarn, an organization dedicated to keeping people at risk from domestic violence safe on-line. October is Domestic Violence Month. As we’ve learned from the many #MeToo stories in circulation recently, when people are abused or threatened with violence, others too often either do not believe them, or dismiss the seriousness of the threat. If you know someone in danger from domestic violence, share this blog with them […]

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Think Global, Shop Local At Bean’s Café

Celia Moore, the owner of Beans Café, one of my favorite places to hang out to write, was featured in a front cover story in our local Energy Corridor Living magazine. I wrote Celia Moore to congratulate her and inquire about writing a blog about her as part of my blog’s overall purpose to promote people, programs and programs that do something useful for society. In response, she sent me her thoughts about the future […]

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Moms-Who-Write – Lou Alpert

I chose Lou Alpert’s poignant blog about trying to help an heroin addicted adult daughter as the final blog in this Moms-Who-Write series. Memorial Day is a good time to remember the bonds that weave us together into families – through good times and rough waters. Impermanence and Healing By Lou Alpert “It is not impermanence that makes us suffer. What makes us suffer is wanting things to be permanent when they are not.” -Thich Nhat […]

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Moms-Who-Write – Elizabeth Cottrell

Writing mom and faith-based blogger Elizabeth Cottrell, brings a level of professionalism – and common sense – to the worlds of both writing and mothering. The Lie Writers Must Stop Believing By Elizabeth H. Cottrell, Heartspoken.com If you’ve got your act together, you should be able to balance your personal life and your professional life. Sounds reasonable…it’s a worthwhile goal, for sure. But as a home-based entrepreneur/writer, I’ve sometimes pushed myself beyond my emotional and […]

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