Recovering The SelfA Journal of Hope and Healing

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How Sustainable Living Can Transform Your Life

by Sally Wong Sustainable living has become a catch phrase for everything from eating a whole foods diet to living off the grid using only renewable energy …

Rules For Life – Common Sense is not Cowardice

by Ken La Salle Welcome back to my continuing series of Rules For Life. As part of my preparation for returning to the Pacific Crest Trail in 2017, I’ve …

New Grads in the Workplace: 5 Tips for Surviving Your First Job

by Per Wickstrom The only place where I’ve seen almost as much concentrated and highly prevalent substance abuse as I’ve seen in college has been in the …

How to Control Your Temper

by Darci Maxwell There are few things as unpleasant as somebody suffering from an external bout of unreasonable anger. We often call this a “bad temper.” …

Rules For Life – Everything is a Blessing (Part Two)

by Ken La Salle Welcome back to my continuing series of Rules For Life. When I wrote last month about everything being a blessing, I had no idea about the …

What I Learned from Something Lost and Found

by Leonore H. Dvorkin Last year, I had my study and the adjoining guest bathroom painted. It was a huge job for the painters and us, as we had to remove from …

The Hardest Habits to Break

by Darci Maxwell Bad habits often start as coping mechanisms — little things we do to help relieve stress and to relax.  Over time, they become a habit, …

Driving in Traffic Can Be a Challenge

by Evelyn Horan Driving in traffic can be a frightening experience for most folks, and especially for some who are older. I live in an up-and-coming area in …

Top Six Medical Tips if your Son is Playing Sports

by John Gary There are so many things to look for when your kids are playing sports. You stand on the side-lines hoping for the best, but you wonder and …

Rules For Life – What’s Your Plan B?

by Ken La Salle Last week, I took a hike along the Pacific Crest Trail with a backpack that was far too heavy, with maps that weren’t very good, with a water …

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