The more you eat, the less flavor; the less you eat, the more flavor. ~Chinese proverb Today is Independence Day, a day that involves celebrations and food - hot dogs and hamburgers, corn on the cob, apple pie, and watermelon. Last . . .
To give vent now and then to his feelings, whether of pleasure or discontent, is a great ease to a man's heart. ~Francesco Guicciardini Last Tuesday as I sat around the dinner table with my husband and boys, I couldn’t help but smile, I had had a productive day. I finished my . . .
Nothing is a waste of time if you use the experience wisely. ~Auguste Rodin This morning as I scrolled through my Facebook memories, a memory from two years ago jumped out at me: “Today I am putting my intention out to the Universe. Those who know me well know that when I do this, things . . .
Wheresoever you go, go with all your heart. ~Confucius This past Tuesday, my younger son and I were at the doctor’s office for his neurotherapy appointment. After he went into the treatment room, I turned to the receptionist and handed her the list of supplements for our current Lyme protocol. I . . .
Every tomorrow has two handles. We can take hold of it by the handle of anxiety, or by the handle of faith. ~Henry Ward Beecher Yesterday I received a phone call from the Intake Coordinator at Lucile Packard Children’s Hospital: my older son’s application for intake into their Eating Disorder . . .
Every action of your life touches on some chord that will vibrate in eternity. ~Edwin Hubbell Chapin Over the weekend I searched Next Door under “In Search Of” (ISO), it is like a game, looking for people who are looking for things that I am trying to get rid or/pass along in my journey toward . . .
Live in such a way that you would not be ashamed to sell your parrot to the town gossip. ~Will Rogers Last week, on the way to a doctor’s appointment, I glanced at my younger son sitting in the front seat, head tilted down, eyes glued to his iPhone. He was wearing his favorite faded black . . .
Do what you can, with what you have, where you are. ~Theodore Roosevelt Over the past few months, I’ve been sharing some stories about the Lyme diagnosis my sons and I received a year ago. My writing reflects my personal experience and my honest feeling about our treatment since our diagnosis: . . .
Get mad, then get over it. ~Colin Powell A few weeks ago, when took my younger son in for neurotherapy, I shared the positive strides we'd seen since he started treatment with Erica, one of the office staff. I had just written "Successful Communication" and was feeling good about the results . . .
Change always comes bearing gifts. ~Price Pritchett Last week, I shared my experience about letting go of my wedding gown (https://coachkarenlynch.com/angel-gown/). After posting the story, I realized that letting go of my dress wasn’t just about helping others; it was also about helping me to . . .