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Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures

Daily Joys and Simple Pleasures

September 2011 Archives

The DO in DOne…

This is the January page from my 2012 Datebook/planner.  It is available for sale at maryanneradmacher.net and at brushdance.com Conventional wisdom dictates that if we take small steps toward a large dream or project…those small steps of DOing will eventually […]

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Standing Out…

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5 Ways To Stay Connected to Far Away Friends

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12 Things to Remember When A Friend’s in Crisis

Family as Friend…

Appreciate Your Friends

 

“Because I Said So.”

Three Ways to be Sure of Your Path

The Answer is Yes

Six Ways To Walk Your Word

Seven Ways To Remain Calm

25 Ways LEARNING Contributes To a Meaningful Life

I was still a tot when I asked my mother the first question she couldn’t answer.  She sent me to the Library where I discovered the wonder of independent study and learning. Years after, when the President of a regional […]

What Did You Want to Be/Do When You Grew Up?

What Did YOU Want to be/do When You Grew Up? Anyone in the United States that gets a glimpse of a television or hears snippets of radio or cable audio casts knows that Beyonce is a talented singer.  The more […]

7 Ways to Show Respect to a Kid

No Such Thing as “Just A Kid.” Or  Seven Things to Do to Honor a Kid as a Growing Human I pegged the kid at eleven.  Eleven years old.  He was offering an alternative purchasing option to his mother as […]

10 Things That Make an AWESOME day

  Regardless of the story that might surround it, when these ten elements are present in large part or in total on any given day – the day can’t help but be awesome.   Enthusiasm  Begin each day as if […]

5 Meaningful Alternatives to the Question, “What Do you Do for A Living?”

  You know exactly what I mean.  You are at an orientation, a conference, a coffee shop.  You’ve met someone who seems interesting and interested in talking.  What’s one of the first questions?  “What do you do for a living?”  […]

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THE WHOLE-HEARTED LIFE by Susyn Reeve
Rarely do I share book reviews here, and yet this book prompted me to do so. If you are in need of a curriculum for a young person or a jumpstart at retirement, this book is that.  If you are looking for fresh ideas to lift your creative ...

posted 12:31:12pm Apr. 16, 2015 | read full post »

WHEN DO YOU LEAVE?
from LEAN FORWARD INTO YOUR LIFE (2007 Conari Press, Mary Anne Radmacher, author)  “Know When To Leave” It was time for me to leave. What I was leaving was so delicious in its appearance. The opportunity to be a part-time hero is ...

posted 2:38:44pm Apr. 09, 2015 | read full post »

Editing: It's Not Just For Writing
"Editing. It's Not Just For Writing." I've spent much of my writing time since I was 28 trying to get rid of words. Editing down. Paring down. Getting to the core. I woke up this morning clear on the matter: that is what I am doing with the ...

posted 11:44:53am Mar. 24, 2015 | read full post »

"In Case of Emergency..."
There are two lines that people have to fill out when enrolling in school, in a new program, camp, new doctor... "Nearest relative."   "Person to call in case of emergency." In LIVE BOLDLY I explore several sides of the concept of ...

posted 3:38:18pm Mar. 17, 2015 | read full post »

Wondering About Racism, Jingoism and All The Other ISMS
Conversation around equality is uncomfortable. To begin with.  This is not a fresh circumstance. Equality has been a core component of conflict over the ages. Race. Age. Gender. Belief. Economic state. Land ownership. Ownership of all sorts.  ...

posted 10:57:09am Mar. 13, 2015 | read full post »

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