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14 Questions to De-Stress Major Holidays

Posted on Nov 15, 2017 in Family, Hospitality | 0 comments

Thanksgiving can be one of those holidays that can cause a great deal of stress. There  can be difficult family members, unexpected or...

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10 Ways to Celebrate Your Deceased Mother on Mother’s Day

Posted on May 6, 2014 in Family, Holidays | 0 comments

Most of us love our mothers. There may be a few outliers but for the most part I would like to believe that everyone at least appreciates...

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15 Ways to Celebrate Your Deceased Dad on Father’s Day

Posted on Jun 11, 2013 in Celebrating, Family, Self-Development | 2 comments

Has your dad passed away? Are you looking for different ways to celebrate your dad on Father’s Day? The Domestic Administrator shares 15 tips on how to celebrate your dad on this upcoming Fathers’ Day on Sunday, June 16th!

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10 Ways to Celebrate Your Deceased Mother on Mother’s Day or Her Birthday

Posted on May 13, 2013 in Celebrating, Family, Healthy Living, Self-Development | 0 comments

Mother’s Day is traditionally the second Sunday in May and time is upon to celebrate. My mother has been deceased almost five years now. I don’t cry and wail anymore on her birthday, Christmas or Mother’s Day. The feelings of grief are much better, almost so much better that I almost forgot to honor her on the actual day. I did post a tribute on Facebook a couple of days early and thought of her a lot as I began to mull over the coming day, but it made me think about how we get busy and honestly, just forget about things at times. I’m not going to beat myself up. Just re-group and put little things in place to insure I do not ever forget my mother on her birthday and Mother’s Day. http://wp.me/p2HjBt-t8

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The Non-Passion Commencement Speech

Posted on May 10, 2013 in Coaching, Family, Healthy Living | 0 comments

Passion. Do what you love. Find your strengths. Love what you do. We’ve heard or read it all and drank the kool-aid. I probably won’t get any accolades because it doesn’t include the magic word of passion, but the best things we can send our children off is a dose of reality sheltered by hope and encouragement.http://wp.me/p2HjBt-sZ

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Support The Conversation Project

Posted on Apr 9, 2013 in estate planning, Family, Medical Care | 0 comments

Lisa Boesen, certified professional coach, shares her personal experience of having end of life care discussions with her parents. http://wp.me/p2HjBt-pb

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