Marvae's Blog

Three Things to Remember in Chaotic Times

By Marvae Eikanas | April 23, 2014 |

We have successfully moved, and I am surrounded by a sea of boxes. They ebb and flow like the tide as we open them to search for things only to discover that whatever we were after was not in that box. A new stack grows. And in some places things can’t be put away at…

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An Overwhelmed Coach’s Confession

By Marvae Eikanas | April 11, 2014 |

Even a Certified Professional Life Coach gets overwhelmed sometimes! Right now I am in the process of downsizing and moving to a new state. Sorting through everything we have accumulated in the last 28 years with three kids has been overwhelming. What do you keep? What do you pack? How will it all fit in…

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What’s Around the Edge?

By Marvae Eikanas | April 7, 2014 |

Ever feel like the fast forward button has been pushed? Even with all the advanced technology it seems like more and more must fit into a day. The days of rocking on the front porch, sipping tea and shooting the breeze is a thing of the past – or is it? No matter how demanding…

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Solving the Puzzle of Life

By Marvae Eikanas | March 31, 2014 |

Putting puzzles together in my spare time is one of my favorite activities; the more pieces and the more challenging, the better. It allows my mind to focus on the task at hand and to wander and ponder all at the same time. In keeping with the kind of person that I am, I have…

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Past the Picket Fence

By Marvae Eikanas | February 11, 2014 |

There was a time when I imagined myself arriving in life and living in a house with a white picket fence. Life would be neat and tidy because my hard efforts would have paid off. Life would be good. So far, that day has not come. I have been blessed in many ways and I…

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Adoption

By Marvae Eikanas | November 19, 2013 |

Over the years my husband and I have had the privilege of supporting friends and family in the process of adoption. There are two things that stand out to me about the adoption process. First, no two adoption scenarios are the same. Second, the process is arduous and not for the faint of heart. More…

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