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. . .  what books would be on my office shelves, I probably would have guessed very wrong. I've always considered myself to be a generalist, of sorts. For example, I resisted specializing in environmental policy, already quite specialized, and chose communications instead of a particular policy focus. Well, that was another lifetime, but recently, ... [Read more]

Great Wall (5) - Caution Danger

fear fi(ə)r/ noun noun: fear; plural noun: fears 1.  an unpleasant emotion caused by the belief that someone or something is dangerous, likely to cause pain, or a threat. 3. a feeling of anxiety concerning the outcome of something or the safety and well-being of someone. faith fāTH/ noun noun: faith 1. complete trust or confidence ... [Read more]

Actual birthday was very quiet because she had been running a fever and we kept her home from school. Party? Total opposite. Kind of a mad house with a dozen kids making masks, playing with toys, roasting marshmallows, and eating cake in a tent in the living room – but  everyone lived to tell about it and Maya ... [Read more]

Maya came down the stairs this morning and declared: "Mom, you have to measure me to see if I'm really 5." Photo by Siobhan Hanna Photography / All rights reserved Nearly-five has already been amazing us this fall with improved attitude and independence.   Still an avid drawer and artist with a significant attention span for ... [Read more]

Who are your heros? Mine include: Ghandi, Martin Luther King, Wangari Maathai, Lois Gibbs, Mitch Snyder . . . What your answer and mine probably have in common is that heros tend to be people who have consciously decided to contribute their energies to positive change in the world. That is also my definition of Karma ... [Read more]

Apparently, now that I've made yoga my job, I need a new hobby. Last week, Maya and I treked out to the suburbs in rush hour traffic (OMG, people do this daily?) and came back with these. Maya has been asking to play the violin for well over a year and we've been putting her ... [Read more]

While I've got several blog drafts in the works and ideas for more, I don't seem to find as much time to post here as I'd like. When the puddles seem a little dry for jumping here, you can often find me elsewhere online: Jen Mueller Yoga is my professional yoga teacher page. This is ... [Read more]

Source: via Jennifer on Pinterest   While I love them, I don't read as many Dr. Suess books in my kids yoga classes as you might think. Unless you've regularly read bedtime stories to a skilled bedtime avoider (so they always start a little later than you'd like), you might not realize that Dr. ... [Read more]

Excerpts from conversations with my 4-year-old after picking her up from school today: Maya: "Can I use my new pencil to do homework this afternoon?" Jen: "Sure." M: "Can you help me because I don't know what homework is?" J: "Do you want an example of how a knock-knock joke is supposed to work?" M: ... [Read more]

    Back in July, on a total whim, I purchased a Groupon for tea for 2 at the Mayflower Hotel in DC. The above photos were taken during and immediately following Maya's first fancy afternoon tea. My original intention for tea was as a birthday treat. But the end of October was so full ... [Read more]


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