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Any time - drop me an email
miriamhendeles@gmail.com
1-323-243-7116

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Women Worriers – My Guest Post on “Friend for the Ride”

Confession: I worry a lot. And when things turn out well, and my worries are unfounded, I try to remember to stop for a minute. Wait. Think. And take a deep breath to say “Thank G-d.”

Things are good. All is well. Relax. Don’t worry so much next time. Usually these little mantras help me.

Today I’m featured on my friend, Barbara Younger’s blog, Friend for the Ride.  Barbara and I are part of a middle-aged clique of ladies who blog, share (and vent) about stuff that we experience in our stage of life.

On Barbara’s blog, I tell a story that happened to me. It’s a very personal  story that Barbara and I felt was important to put out there. TMI and all, it is something women worriers of all ages need to know.

Here’s to taking one day at a time…with less worrying in the mix.

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Now check out my post, “Some TMI with a Happy Ending” on Barbara’s blog and let me know over there in her comments section what you think. See you over there!


Who is Daydreaming Now?

These days there’s a lot of talk about “over-scheduling” of children. Too much structured time. Kids don’t have enough time these days for good old-fashioned day dreaming. You know that behavior that we call “spacing out,” “tuning out” or “ADD” symptoms? Yeah, that one. Well,  here’s my thought on that: I say that grandmothers don’t have enough day-dreaming time. Yes, we run, we go, we text, we drive, we shop, we — and then we collapse into bed at night, and suddenly wonder why we are so stressed.

And then, stress may lead to daydreaming – but not the blissful, imaginative, positive kind. Something entirely different. Continue reading


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