Author Archives: Tracy Radosevic

Bird by Bird

So here we are at the end of the season of Epiphany. Boy, time sure flies when you’re having fun! When this season started the first week of January, I committed myself to writing 6 essays (one weekly throughout the … Continue reading

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Redefining “Should”

Back in August, I bought a book by Julia Scatliff O’Grady entitled Good Busy: Productivity, Procrastination, and the Endless Pursuit of Balance. It’s a little gem aimed at, as the title suggests, helping crazy people like me bring more balance … Continue reading

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Rocks or Water?

In mid-December, I read a Newsweek article by Oliver Burkeman on why resolutions, particularly at the beginning of a new year, fail. Apparently willpower is a “depletable resource: the more of it you use making one change, the less you’ll … Continue reading

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The Apple Doesn’t Fall Far from the Tree

Do you remember as a kid, or more likely a teenager, defiantly declaring that you were NEVER going to be like your mom or dad when you grew up? Well, to quote Dr. Phil: How’s that working for you? One … Continue reading

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Healthcare by Groupon

Back in June of 2011, I broke my left heel (the calcaneus) and had surgery to insert two screws that pulled the pieces back together. I was on crutches for almost three months, much of that time not putting any … Continue reading

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