Shelter is my guiding word for this year. It is a non-striving word. A shelter offers refuge, provides safety, and embraces calm and quiet. Notebooks provide shelter for my mind and memory. I have a plethora of the darlings as one can never have too many notebooks. In … [Read more...] about Finding Shelter…Through My Notebooks
Positive Mental Thinking
In February of 2020, just before the world shut down, my own private world was spinning out of control. I found myself 40 years old, completely discontent with my career and marriage, ready to pick up the snow globe of my life and shake it up. I had no idea where I was headed, … [Read more...] about Soothe Your Soul At A Spa This Winter
Notes taken and adapted from How We Love by Milan and Kay Yerkovich. Do you know what your attachment style is? We ALL have one. You might wonder why your marriage ended. Or why you have the same argument over and over with your girl/boyfriend. You might see a … [Read more...] about Dating Today: Do You Know Your Attachment Style?
Where do I find comfort? Let me count the ways: Books I just like being around them. The smell, the sound of pages turning, the feel of the paper, the ideas they contain. I enjoy my own full bookshelves, libraries, bookstores, and book sales. My favorite question to ask … [Read more...] about The Peace In Everyday Comforts
Volunteering has been a way of life for 82-year-old Jane Emke. A third-generation member of the National Council of Jewish Women (NCJW), she has been active in the organization for 52 years. Born in New Orleans, Louisiana in 1940, she moved to Louisville in 1967 when her … [Read more...] about A Woman On A Lifelong Mission