Unpacking IMPACT

https://open.spotify.com/episode/0PpLJfHcRB4pilUoIdQVnQ?si=OrwOnvryTMKBySOdXelxuQ https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/can-i-have-a-word-with-you/id1628668707?i=1000617658412 https://anchor.fm/canihaveawordwithyou/episodes/Unpacking-IMPACT-e25u5b4 This episode is dedicated to my father-in-law Ron Carter. He passed from Esophageal Cancer 2 years ago today. June 19th at 11:08. Please check out my blog entitled “Where’s Ron” ( https://heathercarterwrites.com/2021/07/12/wheres-ron/ ) to hear more of the story. I hope you will find this episode helpful as you also navigate life’sContinue reading “Unpacking IMPACT”

Unpacking CARELESS and CARE LESS

https://anchor.fm/canihaveawordwithyou/episodes/Unpacking-CARELESS-versus-CARE-LESS-e22u1pf https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/can-i-have-a-word-with-you/id1628668707?i=1000610503544 https://open.spotify.com/episode/7jIJLseq8752jJVaqE7OAW?si=bnBtVlfhR4yAy4lnoCvR7g While we don’t ever want to be CARELESS, are there times when we should CARE LESS about certain things? What others think about us? Being too focused on the outcome? Instead focusing on the process, the impact, where we are right now with the relationship, conversation, and our growth? In this EpisodeContinue reading “Unpacking CARELESS and CARE LESS”

Unpacking PRESSURE

UNPACKING PRESSURE: Put there we get to respond Really is that really true Everyone has a perspective Seen as a performance test Subtle ways to step into it Untie situation & outcome Relax and seek your CALM Envision the tire w/o air Psalm 46:10 Be still and know that I am God. Learn more aboutContinue reading “Unpacking PRESSURE”

80mph

I typically reserve my blogs for tattling on myself about my silly, embarrassing and sometimes dreadful behaviors. Today, however, I have permission (OK—I don’t really have it yet, but plan to get it before I post!) to tell you about a hilarious experience I had with a friend the other night. We were happily headingContinue reading “80mph”

Unpacking PRESSURE

UNPACKING PRESSURE:Put there we get to respondReally is that really trueEveryone has a perspectiveSeen as a performance testSubtle ways to step into itUntie situation & outcomeRelax and seek your CALMEnvision the tire w/o air Psalm 46:10 Be still and know that I am God.Learn more about Bruce Pulver, book a speaking engagement or order AboveContinue reading “Unpacking PRESSURE”

Unpacking OVER

https://anchor.fm/canihaveawordwithyou/episodes/Unpacking-OVER-e1us7fb https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/can-i-have-a-word-with-you/id1628668707?i=1000599478582 https://open.spotify.com/episode/1Lhs0cI57MbNacQ0AdYXRr?si=qEUpiLoIRNi01wYM9P25Yg On Top. Who is in charge of your life? Who are you in charge of?Very done. “I am over it!”Everything is complete. It’s over now. You can move on. Reflection. Look back. What did you learn. How did you grow? How can you do it different in the future? How did you seeContinue reading “Unpacking OVER”

Unpacking ALWAYS

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Nostalgia Therapy

I haven’t written in a few days and as a result, I have “back-log-blog-brain.” I Lots of ideas whirling around in my brain and am having trouble deciding which one to focus on. Even as I sit down to write, I realize that what I am supposed to share today is a result of somethingContinue reading “Nostalgia Therapy”

You are the Problem…

The other morning I was working on some Real Estate stuff on the computer while my son was watching basketball. I felt compelled to share with him my excitement about my job. I said, “I know you probably don’t really care, but I just have to say that I love my job! Sometimes I evenContinue reading “You are the Problem…”

Easy Does It

Is it weird to say that I am excited that today I get to reflect on my Leukemia days?  Probably. But nevertheless… Back when I had Leukemia (shout out to God that i can say “had”), I had a pic-line in my arm for administering meds and chemo and for taking out my blood forContinue reading “Easy Does It”

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