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Breath of Hope: COVID-19, Planner Journal and Texting Courtesy

Hello friends, Consuming: The COVID-19 Crisis has been consuming much of our time and energy for the last month. I’m sure none of us would have guessed, when March began, how things would change. In an attempt to spread some normalcy, I’m still going to share several random things that crossed my mind, path and …

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Breath of Hope: I’m Tired of Blogging

Happy New Year, friends! I start this year with a confession to you. I’m tired of blogging. As I worked on the January Breath of Hope web page, I continued to feel behind.  November / December was challenging with illness, changed holiday plans (we are finally having our extended family Thanksgiving/Christmas/New Year’s dinner tomorrow), activity …

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October Freebies – Happy Birthday to the FFF Page

Autumn is a very pleasant time in many areas. People are enjoying cooler temperatures, football games, the routines of school, and more. October is also a good time to tweak processes in our own lives to mitigate stress and interruption.  I recently wrote a post, Making Notifications Work for You, in which I shared suggestions …

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Welcome to September, the Second New Year (and a Tip from Turbo)

Hi all! September (and even mid-to-late August) tends to have a “new year” feel, generally because, for many, it’s the start of a new school year. I’m long past being part of the new school year rush now, but I still feel the energy of the start of new semesters and see the first day …

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How and When to Apologize: Questions and Tips to Help You Decide

Earlier this month, I sent out an apology to my Breath of Hope members. I had recently discovered that some of my website/post links were not working for mobile users. One responded, “Thanks … I thought it was my phone!”  For months, it was possible my readers were inconvenienced so I re-sent the links with …

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