Hiking for Courage

Today I’m taking a break from my Play Therapy posts and posting about something else completely:  bravery, courage & independence in women.Today we are isolated just like the rest of the world.  The only thing we can really do is hike.   So every morning we pack up and dress for the cold weather and we... Continue Reading →

Anything you can do, I can do too!

"Anything you can do I can do better. Anything you can do, I can do too." Do you know that song? Not sure but I feel like it's from Annie.  Okay I looked it up and I was close!  It's from a different musical "Annie Get Your Gun".  You can listen to it on You... Continue Reading →

Christmas Game Changer

Did it happen to you? Did you suddenly find yourself half way through December and totally overwhelmed with what still had to be done?  Still Christmas gifts to buy or make?  Cards to write? Meals to plan?  Every year I think I'm doing well until it gets to be about 10 days before Christmas then... Continue Reading →

2020 Word of the Year

Happy New Year my friends!!!! I'm ringing in the New Year with my one and only hubby of 21 years in Niagara Falls with Bryan Adams! Happy New Decade!   I feel excited for what 2020 will bring.  I finally picked my word of the year.  So excited for this word! I started with a list... Continue Reading →

Planning My 2020 Word of the Year

I don't usually have that much trouble choosing a word of the year but for some reason 2020 seems like a big deal; more significant in some way. For whatever reason, I feel the word I choose needs to be a good one. I loved last year's word so much and it was so amazing... Continue Reading →

Trauma Brain (Play Therapy #1)

This series of articles involve play therapy.  The names and genders of the people involved change from article to article to protect the identity of those in therapy. The children in these play therapy sessions are between 6 and 10.  This is by no means a replacement for good play therapy.   If your child is... Continue Reading →

Healthy Peanut Free Snacks

Anyone else tired of hearing the peanut free announcements and reminders for school lunches? Thankfully so many snacks are now made peanut free. It's November now and after 12 or so weeks of packing lunches, I was getting tired of packing the same old snacks and I went on a search for some new lunch... Continue Reading →

Moments

Have you heard of the word Sabbath? It means rest. Jewish tradition observes Sabbath on Saturday's, the seventh day of the week as do some Christians. Most Christians observe Sunday as their day of rest. Some take a different day of rest. No matter what religion you practice or even if you are not religious... Continue Reading →

Counting Joy

Man does it ever feel good to be joyful!  I love being happy and filled with joy. Sometimes I feel like I want to jump for joy.    Have you stopped and let the good things in life excite you lately?   Today has been one joy filled moment after another. Here's my list of things that... Continue Reading →

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