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Retreat Re-Entry: Making It Count

Retreat Re-Entry: Making It Count

Nov. 5, 2015 Vol.13, Issue 10 It’s hard to keep an active person down, but surgery will do it. I didn’t mean to disappear from your In-Box, but I forgot what it takes to heal from surgery. Lots of rest. I got a new hip in mid-September, which I was very excited about — Hip,… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Permission Granted

April 14, 2011, Vol. 9 Issue 4 For Your Well Being: Permission Granted Dear Friends, I feel like I’ve been recalibrated. Yes, that’s the word. It’s the power of a women’s retreat. Last month my friend Linda and I drove over the mountains to Sisters in Central Oregon for a women’s retreat sponsored by my… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Menu to Go

August 7, 2008, Vol. 6 Issue 13 Dear Friends, The menu – friend or foe?  Between tempting descriptions and savory aromas, it’s challenging enough to make choices when eating out, especially if you’re health or weight conscious. I mean, c’mon, it’s a piece of cake (pun intended) to be drawn into our emotional appetites and… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Close To Home

June 26, 2008, Vol. 6 Issue 10 Dear Friends, You may have heard it – “stay-cation” – this summer’s term for vacation. There’s no escaping the rising price of fuel, the hassles of airline travel, and generally rising prices of everything, which are forcing us to change our habits. In the meeting business, I’ve noticed… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Weekend Get-aways

Dec. 20, 2007, Vol. V Issue 22 Dear Friends, As I mentioned in my last issue, I went to a lot of events this fall, and a lot of speakers came to this part of the country; so I got my tanks fueled just when I needed it most. I especially enjoyed Women’s Wellness Weekend… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Time to Live

Nov. 30, 2007, Vol. V Issue 21 Dear Friends, Have you ever let yourself off the hook? Well, I did that in mid-October when it was time to get out this e-news. I just had to give myself a break. It’s been a real pain (literally!) to adjust from an active lifestyle, and what I… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: A Day FOR Change

May 31, 2007, Vol. V Issue 11 Dear Friends, Have you ever had the experience of reading something and it was exactly what you needed at the time? Well, it was exactly a year ago that I went off on a bit of a tangent in this e-news and wrote about being introduced to a… Continue Reading

Shake It Up!

May 11, 2006, Vol. IV Issue 10 What do Moms want most these days? Time out according to a national survey from market research publisher Packaged Facts. Forty percent of moms chose “a day for themselves” when asked what they want for Mother’s Day. That’s good news for us – supporting the popularity of women’s… Continue Reading

For Your Well Being: Having Your Retreat and Weekend, Too!

April 13, 2006, Vol. IV Issue 8 Dear Friends, As we approach Easter weekend, I’m reminded of the many Good Fridays I’ve spent in Silent Retreat. What a gift to give myself time away from daily responsibilities . . . time simply for me, to be, to contemplate, reflect and appreciate. Retreats in the monastic… Continue Reading

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