Monthly Archives: September 2008

A couple knitting novels

I love to read and I love to knit, so recently I combined the two and read a couple novels about knitting.  This first one, The Friday Night Knitting Club, by Kate Jacobs, was sent to me by a friend.  … Continue reading

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Autumn Equinox tarot spread

Last year I wrote an entry about how I like to celebrate the Autumn Equinox.  This year I wanted to do a tarot spread that addressed the concept of balance (since the Equinox is the balance between dark and light), and to … Continue reading

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Site link to “The Story of Stuff”

Okay — if you’ve got high speed internet, you really need to watch “The Story of Stuff,” with Annie Leonard. Annie Leonard is the live action person surrounded by cartoon images, and she explains how stuff is created, consumed, and … Continue reading

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Good News, Bad News

Disclaimer: The opinions expressed in this blog entry are from me as an (almost) private citizen.  They do not in any way reflect the views of the (unnamed) agency I have been working for.  There. Let’s start with the Bad News.  … Continue reading

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Anger management workbooks

Many of my clients come in with anger problems (and even depression is often anger turned inward), so I’ve been doing some research on healthy ways of dealing with anger.  While there may be other fine workbooks on anger out … Continue reading

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Looking for some past life or life between lives help?

Last November I wrote about my experiences with past life and life between lives readings based on the work of Michael Newton (click here).  I mentioned working with a good friend in Arcata, Judy Wohlberg.  Judy has a web site … Continue reading

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“40 Days and 40 Nights,” by Ilene Segalove

    Late in July my husband and I took a trip, and about 200 miles from home I discovered I’d left my drivers license at home.  Turning around and going back for it would have eaten up too much … Continue reading

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