Tag Archives: perspective

Weight Loss: How to Change Your Perspective on Exercise

Several weeks ago I did a blog about the health benefits of regular exercise for women over 50. You can access it here. I don’t think too many people would argue that exercise isn’t an important part of living a … Continue reading

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Health and Change: Relinquishing Control

While I was recovering and before I could have the second surgery to reattach my colon, we would be celebrating Easter. Anyone who knows my family knows holiday celebrations are a big deal and they usually revolve around food! I … Continue reading

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Refocus Your Lens and the Story Changes

One of the very best ways to exercise positive emotions is to refocus your lens. That’s how I describe intentionally choosing to see any person, situation or circumstance from God’s perspective rather than simply from your own, human point of … Continue reading

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