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Do you agree these are absolutely crazy political times?! Regardless which side of the aisle you are on, the craziness right now is unmatched, isn’t it?! How will all the drama end? When will it end? As they say, stay tuned!! In the meantime, we often write about self-care and perhaps there’s never been a […]

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A Manicure…

A couple weeks ago, because of the cold, harsh Minnesota winter weather, I felt like my hands were all tore up – cracks, raw and itchy, dry and flaky. I thought to myself, what would help? A manicure! And I even had a gift certificate from a dear friend. The salon was able to work […]

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Barb Schommer, Healing Touch Instructor and retired public health nurse, is one of the 31 women in the “Women as Healers” book. She and I have a wonderful friendship and we have also co-created a CD called “Reflections: A Guided Meditation.” Barb and I also love to present together…there’s a synergy with the two of […]

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Self-care is a topic I’ve been passionate about for years. I have felt the importance of it in my own life and I’ve observed lots of health care staff (mostly nurses) not taking very good care of themselves.  I was recently asked to present a session on Self-Care at a Harp Therapy conference. I was […]

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This past weekend, I spoke and played the harp at the International Harp Therapy Program’s conference in Cedar Falls, IA. My topic of self-care is one I’m very passionate about! As I was about to begin speaking, one of the participants came running in, late and disheveled. We all laughed! It was a perfect time […]

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Time for Rejuvenation…

For several years, I’ve had on my “bucket list” to see the Sandhill cranes … and it finally became a reality this year! These amazing, beautiful birds migrate from Mexico and stop along the Platte River near Kearney, Nebraska to re-fuel (eat corn and get water) and rest for approximately six weeks before beginning to fly […]

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