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Women's Work Patient Expert

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Happy Holidays to all, wh ... by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Happy Holidays to all, whatever you celebrate, and may the new year bring you your heart's desire. Read on »
Supporting learning by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health I waited until now to do my learning post, because I didn't want to talk about my learning, but about supporting learning through my favorite charity, Donors Choose . ... Read on »
School Days by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health "School" is a little red brick, one-room building, hard wooden benches, chalk, and the sound of chalk squeaking against a blackboard. Clapping out erasers is a coveted job ... Read on »
Learning To Let Go by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health It’s been a year of learning to let go.  I’m getting better at it.  With each moment or event that gives me the opportunity – wanted or not – to let go, I’m becom ... Read on »
Topic for September 2009 by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Hello!  The topic for September will be school.  Enjoy! Read on »
Keepers by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health  Does anyone, or eveyone, else have a shelf of "Keepers"? These are the books in my house that will never be donated or sold. Or even traded or lent, lest they nev ... Read on »
Read Something by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Summer, fall, winter, or spring,  reading is reading.  I love to read.  I like books that entertain, that make me laugh or cry.  I like to read character driven books, boo ... Read on »
Taking care of ...my summer reading list by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Recently I was told by a physician that I need to find new ways to relieve stress.  He is one of those doctors that has no idea how intimidating his office really is - peo ... Read on »
Begin a new post...wow! by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health It's been a while, huh? So long that I forgot how to logon on to bloody TypePad and had to click around the world to figure it out. But I did. Obviously. A friend of mine ... Read on »
Summer Reading by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Although most people assume that summer reading is the light fluffy kind of reading you can easily do at the beach, because I'm a knitter, it is often when I dive into big ... Read on »
Beach Reading by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health I don't really think of my reading as having "seasons" – winter, spring, summer, fall – but that said, summer is the time for "going to the beach," which is code for "read ... Read on »
The Summer of My Discontent by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health When I received the email outlining this month’s topic, I realized: Whoa!  I haven’t read anything of consequence so far this summer.   I don’t think Yoga Journals, ne ... Read on »
Topic for July 2009 by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Hello!  The topic for July will be summer reading.  Enjoy! Read on »
The Ice Cream - Exercise Balance by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health The line between self-care and self-indulgence can be very blurry. Often the difference comes down to moderation. I define self-care as something that feels good now and l ... Read on »
SPLASH by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health I really liked Susan's advice to save your own life first. She articulated what I am trying to do after too many years of trying to save everybody else first.  So I am wal ... Read on »
Place the mask over your own face before attempting to help the person in the seat next to you. by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health That's what they tell you when you get on an airplane, before they take off.  What they mean is Save Your Own Life First.  That's the best advice they can give yo ... Read on »
On NOT taking care of business by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Although I belong to the generation which has made taking care of oneself (both physically and mentally) into a religion, I do NOT worship in that church.  In fact, quite ... Read on »
Wendy the Witch by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Miss Wendy was a witch. And not a good witch, either. Good witches are beautiful, usually wear white or palest pink, and are quite taken with body glitter and small white ... Read on »
Taking care of beefs by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health I'm taking care of myself by trying to remove several beefs from my life. How do I do that? By moving across the Atlantic! And here are the beefs I'm going to leave ... Read on »
A World of Delights by Women's Work Patient Expert Posted in: Blog Posts in Women's Health Being a both a full-time parent and a full-time worker means taking care of myself in stolen moments.   It means finding pleasures in mini-delights, with a few gee-whiz in ... Read on »