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THE PARADOX OF CHOICE

Anyone who knows me, knows that I love to shop. Not surprising, considering that pre-family I worked as a buyer for dresses and handbags. Anyway, I went shopping to look for an outfit for the holidays. Typically, I prefer shopping in smaller, boutique stores. Today, however, I went out of …

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VACATION BITES

I’m back in NY this week, after a relaxing and lazy week on the beaches in Bermuda. If you haven’t been, it’s an incredibly beautiful island. Here’s a picture just to give you an idea:             The scenery was truly breathtaking, the kids happily played …

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Rocks, Pebbles, Sand

I’d like to share a story with you today called Rocks, Pebbles, and Sand. I like this story a lot. It has a powerful message about time management and priorities. “A philosophy professor stood before his class with some items on the table in front of him. When the class began, wordlessly he …

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Shrek & Green Twinkies

                This weekend, I was shopping at a large chain supermarket with my daughter. Typically we shop farmer’s markets, whole foods, or other local health food stores. Today, we were on a mission to find bird seed for a trip to a local …

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Eating Healthy When Eating Out

              The photo to the left is my extended family, enjoying dinner at a farm to table restaurant in Los Cabos, Mexico called Flora’s Field Kitchen.  Yummy! I love photography, so usually you’ll find me behind the camera (as is the case here) and …

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Connecting the Dots…

  My daughters love connect the dots puzzles.  The more challenging, the better.  A page filled with seemingly unrelated numbers, yet when lines are drawn connecting the dots in sequence, the outline of an object is revealed.  My youngest calls it magic. I like to think she’s learning to see …

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