This is a condensed version of Kim’s “Which Dog Are You?” presentation that she delivered at Jacksonville’s “Speaking of Women’s Health” event.
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Are you in a rut? Do you wish that you could find freedom by breaking out? Is your job a drag? Are social norms and rigid “truth claims” making you feel suffocated? Perhaps you are like the goldfish who wants to get out of her fishbowl. In actuality, many imposed or self-imposed constraints are not […]
My husband had knee replacement surgery five days ago. My double hernia repairs are five weeks post op. Still wearing a support girdle with doctors orders to refrain from the activity that made those big babies that caused those big hernias in the first place. But I’ve been detecting those “come hither” vibes from the […]
When was the last time you said that? How recently have such thoughts immerged? It is not surprising that that everyone needs love. It is one of the most basic ingredients for human survival– essential and life-giving. How sad it is when a husband or wife feels compelled to ask this question of a spouse. […]
“I have an appointment with my plastic surgeon today.” There…. I’ve said it.
Do you have a sweet spot? Is there something that, whenever you partake, it electrifies your life and lifts your spirits? My sweet spot is to speak to women.
Do you ever feel like it’s a dog-eat-dog world? Someone is always bossing you around or barking up your tree! It may help to understand the cause of all of the bossing and barking.
In this segment, Kim encourages her audience to look at the bright side (even with “fainting goats”) and celebrate our quirks and differences!
Sometimes I feel like an old cow, paralyzed as I stare at a new fence post and open gate. I’m just so comfortable with familiar patterns of thinking that I get stuck. Do you?
In this segment of “The Goat Lady,” Kim challenges others to think outside the box, even pertaining to goats and the workplace!