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Lisa Garon Froman

Lisa Froman is a writer, poet and communications professional based in Baton Rouge, La. Lisa has worked for nearly 30 years in the communications industry, primarily in advertising and corporate communications. She is the author of Tao Flashes, A Woman's Way to Navigating the Midlife Journey with Integrity, Harmony and Grace. It's an inspirational book loosely modeled on the teachings and wisdom of the Tao Te Ching, an ancient Chinese classic written more than 2,500 years ago. Lisa took the wisdom of the Tao Te Ching and interpreted it from the viewpoint of a midlife woman to create an inspirational book filled with reflections on authenticity, integrity and grace, and affirmations to support midlife women. Her blog, Tao Flashes, focuses on spiritual and inspirational topics and people.

life changes, midlife, weather the storm, fear of change, midlife women

The Coming Storm

I woke up this morning to a conversation my wind chimes were having with an approaching storm. It was more of an argument than a conversation, wind chimes furiously slapping against air and wind and rain. Gone were the soothing, hypnotic and cheerful tones. This sounded like a warning and I was all ears. I …

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6 Ways to Detox Your Spirit

Have you ever done a diet detox? Special diets, cleanses, and juice fasts are all the rage. Health magazines are filled with articles about cleanses and programs to detox the body. But what about a program to detox your spirit? Let’s face it, lately we’ve been bombarded with the sort of headlines and daily news that can …

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spring cleaning, letting go of the past, no regrets, taoism, eckhart tolle, unexamined life, midlife, midlife women

Spring Cleaning Your Life

Stay in the moment. It’s all we have. Many self-help teachers and spiritual advisors–including Eckhart Tolle– advance this philosophy, and for good reason. This is where the past and the future connect—in the moment. But there are times when the past, gone unaddressed, hides like mothballs in the back of the closet, clings like dust to the …

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