An offer I can’t refuse. . .

In response to The Daily Post’s writing prompt: “Race the Clock.”

Hmm…is there an offer I couldn’t refuse.  I am sure that I could find a way to refuse an offer.  I guess it all depends on how sweet the offer, the sacrifices this offer would require and the consequences of such a offer. . .

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The Power of Habit

Habits, we all have them.  They come in all different shapes and sizes; and range from good, bad and everywhere in between.  As January comes to a close, and we move into February, let’s take a closer look at old habits, as well as the introduction of new habits over the past 31 days of 2015!

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Reflections after a weekend away. . .

As part of bettering myself it will be very important to do some self-reflection.  After 4 days away in the Poconos I figure there is no time like the present. This may get ugly.

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Find Perfect in the Imperfections. . .

Life is not perfect; in fact it’s far from it.  Life is beautiful and exciting, but it is also messy and complicated.  We are brought into this world a blank slate and molded by our caregivers, or lack there of in some cases.  As young boys and girls we fantasize about our futures and where our lives will lead…And then we grow up and more times than not the fantasy fades and reality sets in.

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A Carreer in Mental Health: Where I started and Where I am Headed!

As the first full work week of 2015 comes to a close I want to take a moment to look at my career, my goals, and where to go from here.  I’ve been on this career path that at times is comparable to walking in a fog and I am ready for the fog to be lifted. Now is time to change and grow.  Here’s my story so far: Continue reading

New Year…New Resolution…New Blog…New Me.

Here we are at the dawn of another year. Now that the hustle and bustle of the holidays is over its time focus our intentions on the next 365 days of mayhem. Looking at the year ahead requires some reflection on the year previous. What did I accomplish? What could I have done differently? How did I utilize my time? Where did I succeed (or not for that matter)? Who was there for me? Who was I there for? How did I make an impact? The questions go on and on… and on.

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