Posts by: Shelley Lundquist

Thank you to Sheri Andrunyk of IC Publishing  for inviting me to be a part of this Writing Process blog tour. I am honoured to be included and look forward to reading the insights of all the wonderful writers participating …

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I recently came across a box with some of my writing in it from the last thirty or so years.  I rather enjoyed seeing the changes  in style and outlook that I’ve made overtime.

Amongst the papers, I  found an old …

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The title of this guest post strikes such a chord with me.  It is so true that what we look for is what we see.

When we look through eyes of love and compassion, and we look for the goodness in people, …

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And so it is true, that most of us spend much of our time “elsewhere” and not truly living in the present moment. We fret about things that have happened, and worry about things that might. By doing this, we …

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Developing excellent communication skills is important in all relationships. One of the best ways to improve communication is to be aware of your own thoughts and behaviours, and understand that your viewpoint is just that, your own.

The truth is, we can only …

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The Secret is… you have everything you need right there inside you.

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You are Magnificence in human form.

You are free to be yourself.

You are the perfection of Life.

Beautiful affirmations for a joy-filled life:

Do you live a …

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“Develop an attitude of gratitude, and give thanks for everything that happens to you.”  ~…

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It has become a time-honoured and treasured tradition of mine at Thanksgiving, to simply cease and purposely ponder the notable events and people …

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It is not despite its hardship, that my life has been very blessed. It’s because of it.

There have been wonderful people in my life who have reached out when I needed it most.  People who cared enough to reach …

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Quite a few years back, late in the afternoon as the eve of Devils Night drew near, my fellow colleagues  and I all enthusiastically agreed to get into the spirit and to wear costumes to work the next day.  Now, I …

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Blue Girl. That’s all it said.

I was surprised to discover the inscription on the inside of my grandmother’s wedding band a couple of days ago. The little gold band I now wear on the first finger of my left …

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