Terry Lynne Hale

Practicing the Art of Perseverance

Terry's Take

There are Way to Minimize Cognitive Decline

Nearly all of us know a loved one or a family friend who has experienced varying level s of dementia, Alzheimer’s disease or some form of cognitive decline. It’s heartbreaking to witness this and (probably) very frightening to experience it.  This decline is...

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How Do I Find a Deleted Email?

We’ve all been there. That moment when you realize, oh no, you’ve deleted an important email.  The next moment: How do I find a deleted email? Now what? Do you scream? Cry? Throw a blanket over your head and hope the world works itself out around you?  Well,...

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I Really Want to Blog

I really want to blog! I know.  You wouldn't know it from looking here.  Memorial Day? OMG.  The fact is I'm working on book marketing, revamping my website, polishing promo efforts, taking three courses (all of which will be very helpful but none of...

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People Come Into Your Life ..

We've all heard the saying that goes something like: People come into your life for a reason, a season or a lifetime.  OR, some people come into your life as blessings, others come into your life as lessons. Apparently, there is no official credited quotation and...

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Educate Yourself to Optimal Health

Bless you, Forbes Magazine and specifically, Contributor Elaine Schattner.  Bless the Mayo Clinic for their continued efforts to improve the detection efficiency in breast screenings.   This pertains to women who are at risk and/or have extremely...

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No Green Thumb but a GREEN State of Mind

I am not good with plants.  I cringe when well-meaning friends give me a plant because I fear I will be the death of it.  Seriously.   I often am. Just late last year I finally killed a hardy plant given me by (then, new) close friends as a Get...

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