Life Lessons from Breaking Boards

By Linda Hoffman Kimball

Back in the early 1990’s I earned my brown belt in Tae Kwon Do. I don’t know that I had the stamina – mental or physical – to earn a red or black belt, but those possibilities got quashed anyway when I broke my foot practicing a fancy jump kick. While that may have been the end of my Tae Kwon Do regimen, I retain important life lessons that still guide me.

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Finding Balance: Staying Sure-Footed When Your World Wobbles

By Teresa Bruce

I’ve been toeing the line for several weeks now. Well, trying to. Since I hit my head last July, if I strode down a long sidewalk or store aisle, I found myself veering first toward one side and then the other. (I chalked it up to a subconscious tilt toward anything with chocolate or away …

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Sweet, Sad December

By Megan Wilcox Goates

I have a theory about Christmases past. It is this: most happy Christmases blend together. It’s the hard years that stand out. Somebody stitch that on a throw pillow for me. Is vinyl lettering as home decor still a thing? Stick this on the wall near the Christmas tree: Happy Christmases…meh. It reminds me of how …

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