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A chronicle of my own attempt to improve my life by improving myself. This process is a journey that will never end. Come on this journey with me. We will cross the raging river, not by wading through the rushing water, but by using the Stepping Stones.

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  • Pizza
    on Feb 26, 2011
    A friend of mine asked me to post these recipes. This is a great weekend recipe. I like to have my girls help me make pizza.  We use Canadian bacon, pepperoni, feta cheese, artichokes, and sun dried tomatoes as toppings. I usually make a double...
  • Self Love
    on Feb 12, 2011
    I recently listened to a podcast that has challenged me to change my thinking. The woman being interviewed was Karly Randolph Pitman who is the founder of First Ourselves. Karly talked about "7 Ways to Accept Your Body as it Ages." The entire podcast...
  • Healthy Recipes
    on Jan 23, 2011
    Most people would like to improve their eating habits, but don't have time to devote to a total menu make-over. This will certainly take some planning. Check out my post on meal planning for more on the topic of planning your meals. After you get int...
  • How About those Routines?
    on Jan 16, 2011
    In my last post, I wrote about returning to routines after having them disrupted. In my case, we were just ending winter break. I am 2 weeks into my "regular routine" and some things are going well while some things are not going so well.What's going...
  • Preparing to Return to "Normal"
    on Jan 2, 2011
    This is it. Today is the last day of my winter break. I return to work and my children return to school tomorrow. Yesterday (Jan 1) was a lazy day. I worked on my scrapbooks, did one load of laundry (see Managing Laundry) planned the meals (see meal...
  • Keeping Your Routines During Non-Routine Times
    on Dec 30, 2010
    There are plenty of times when we find it impossible to keep up with our already established routines. Vacations, snow days, holidays, major life events and having guests are just a few of the times when our routines seem to disappear. What can we do...
  • Meal Planning
    on Dec 26, 2010
    Whether you are looking to improve your health, cut costs, or save money, planning your meals is one step you should start taking. Time management, healthy eating and saving money are all topics that deserve their own articles, but planning your meal...
  • Quick Laundry Update (again)
    on Dec 5, 2010
    So, the new laundry system is still in place and still working! There are a few things I have noticed that I wanted to share.1. I am learning that maintenance is the key to success with any changes you try to make. There must be a plan for daily mai...
  • Planning Your Free Time
    on Dec 5, 2010
    I know...Isn't that an oxymoron?Actually, planning your free time will help you have more free time. That is why I got started on this aspect of improving my life. I work a full-time job outside of my home and in the past,  I have been in surviv...
  • Managing Laundry - A New Laundry System
    on Nov 27, 2010
    One change that I am trying to implement now is changing how I do my laundry. I currently do laundry on the weekend. We all gather up our laundry until Saturday morning and then I take it down to the basement to begin the sorting and washing. We are...
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