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This year we have chosen two winners of our Father’s Day contest. Although their entries were very different, we found each of them meaningful and are delighted to share them with you. Please join us in congratulating Lyn and Linda who will each receive a free coaching session from us. We thank all of our readers for their thoughtful contributions. Lyn Godin writes about her father and how he made a difference in the lives of those around him. “In the 50s, my father was a school principal of a … Continue reading

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We hope you all had a lovely Mother’s Day and were able to connect with your family members. We are happy to announce the winner of our Mother’s Day contest. Here is the winning essay, written by Sheri Fisher, who will receive a spring bouquet to enjoy, compliments of NourishingRelationships.blogspot.com and HerMentorCenter.com. “My mother has been gone now for twelve years, but the most significant thing I think she taught me was to be independent. When I was growing up she always worked at an outside job. Therefore, I was … Continue reading

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The past few months just flew by – and here comes fall, with its urgent demands for focus. The end of summer always makes me feel a little nostalgic. What about you? Take this opportunity to reminisce, write down your thoughts and share your story with others. Back to School Memories: Ah, remember the back to school days of youth? How about taking us back with you by writing about your favorite memory? You are welcome to write about the anticipation and excitement of beginning another year, or plunking yourself … Continue reading

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If the writer in you can’t wait to break free, check out the following opportunity – Boomer Women Speak JUNE-JULY Writing Contest: A Lesson I’ve Learned We’ve all had them. Those “life lessons” that make us stop and think, possibly see the world, our environment, or even ourselves in a different light – the lessons we’ll never forget. Some call them “Aha” moments. Who was your mentor? Was it a teacher, a parent, or your best friend who helped to open your eyes and heart to learn? Maybe even a … Continue reading

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