4.2018

Zion Nat'l Park, Columbine

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Tech Tumult

Well, well. I learned an important, albeit unwanted, lesson this evening. It was my mistake. I suppose this means that the impact of the lesson will stay with me, which is admittedly a good thing. But, I am a bit chagrined to know that the newsletter that I worked so hard on was sent out with nonfunctional links. It’s been fixed now, and I am more savvy about Constant Contact as well as the back end of my website, so for that I am glad, but this particular discovery has been disconcerting for me–someone who like orderliness and accuracy and expected outcomes. Live and learn, eh?

The best thing I did when I discovered I had Type 2 Diabetes was to call Robin Mallery. She coached me to craft a plan to turn this condition around, and the encouragement to believe that I can.  Instead of feeling overwhelmed, I am managing well, using Robin’s program of small steps, achievable goals, and positive reinforcement.  She’s not only a fountain of knowledge and experience, but a loving teacher and motivator.  For the first time in years, I don’t feel helpless about eating and weight gain.  Thank you, Robin!

—GC, Austin

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