- Sharing Concerns or Complaining?
- Cucumber Bread with Einkorn Flour
- Hints for Baking with Einkorn Wheat – Updated
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- People Are Buying My Books – Thank You!
- Where Choices Take Us
- 5 Steps to Controlling Myself
- Whose Life Do You Manage?
- Share the Care
- A Perfect Life Unglued
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- Life’s Inconsistency Holds Promise
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Author Archives: Ellie Hadsall
Today I found myself complaining about people who constantly complain! Whoops! Prompted me to sort it out with writing … What is the difference between “sharing a concern” and “constant complaining”? After observing my own behavior and working with clients … Continue reading
Who knew cucumbers were the key ingredient to a moist, hearty, delicious dessert bread? I bake with einkorn flour (ancient, unadulterated wheat). However, you can make this cucumber bread with regular wheat or gluten-free flours. See options at end of … Continue reading
What do you download into your life? I am talking about from the world around you. Negative headlines? Latest juicy gossip? Fear-mongering? OPO Virus (Other People’s Opinions)? Movies and videos with violence? Conditioned social beliefs and customs? Unwanted obligations? Toxic … Continue reading
I woke up this morning with thoughts about life choices flowing into my mind. So I created this accompanying image as a reminder and filed it away. Then got a call from a friend who just lost his wife. What … Continue reading
There are a few people I have no control over. 7.3 billion to be exact. I keep myself pretty busy just working on me. I’ve a long list of areas to maintain. Here are a few to get us started. … Continue reading
We can spend hours conjuring up ways to manage other people’s lives. How they “should” dress. Behave. Work. Sing. Dance. Relate. Clean or don’t clean house. Dress. Drive. Raise their kids. Eat. (Feel free to fill in your own words … Continue reading
Sometimes it’s distracting to enthuse about so many things. Writing. Baking. Gardening. Making homemade wine. Creating. Bursting into song at the slightest provocation. Exchanging corny puns with a friend. Sneaking bites of chocolate behind my own back. It is sad … Continue reading