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coping skills reflections

since the last time i painted

last time i painted was about 4 years ago. i couldn’t have told you that on my own. but facebook memory popped up and reminded me. the thing is, i love painting. i lose track of time. it is the one thing that takes me away from everything and totally immerses me in the act […]

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anxiety coping skills faith sermons

God who rides upon the clouds

“Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart be acceptable to you, O Lord, my rock and my redeemer.” (Psalm 19:14) Dear Friends, We are continuing to celebrate the resurrection of Christ this Sunday and meditating on Peter’s letter which encourages us to humble ourselves before God and to cast all our […]

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coping skills reflections

are covid-19 mondays more difficult!?

one of the challenges of being at home for weeks with out no determinate date when things will change is that days and weeks have become indistinguishable. paradoxically? or ironically? mondays are hard still because it is a monday, and also because it feels like today and tomorrow are barely distinguishable! normally, weekends, and especially […]

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health PhD Life weight loss

homemade sugarless cereal

Made sugarless cereal at home today. Was not planning on putting in raisins, but had it in the nut mix I got at store yesterday… recipe adapted from few recipes – rolled oats, mixed nuts (cashew nuts, pumpkin seeds, sunflower seeds, almonds), coconut flakes, almond flour/flakes, cinnamon – bake at 300 degree for 10-15 min. […]

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health weight loss

how to start losing weight again

That was my dinner last night. First meal of coronavirus ration – chicken cutlet, sliced tomatoes and corned can with sauce made of mayonnaise and ketchup. Can I eat dinners like this and start losing weight, again??? I struggle with my weight, not my entire life, but most of my adult life. I have lost […]