Category Archives: anxiety

Type A

By nature and long practice, I tend to ask, “What do I need to do today?”  It isn’t that I always want to work, but it just makes sense to get the work done first.  From long and repetitious learning … Continue reading

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“Smooth is Fast”

“Slow is smooth, and smooth is fast.” I find some wisdom in this even though I haven’t nailed down the original source or context. When I rush anything, I tend to mess it up.  Then I have to undo it.  … Continue reading

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Pleasant Weather for a Change!

I went outside for a few minutes this morning to check on the container garden.  The marigolds and cherry tomatoes have done well this summer, despite the record-setting heat.  The tomatoes have slowed down, but there are still several ripening … Continue reading

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When Frustrated with Try, Try Again

          “Success consists of getting up just one more time than you fall,” wrote Oliver Goldsmith. I like this quote because sometimes I fall down a lot… I’ve spent a lot of time this week wondering if I should continue … Continue reading

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