Monthly Archives: April 2016

> Life

Counting Spoons

April 27, 2016
Counting Spoons

For all of you parents grinding day in and day out to provide your little one(s) love, stability and structure, this one is for you. My March “Love, Dad” column in Montana Parent is all about the wear down factor and how to keep on keeping on. We can count our spoons and remain graceful. Counting spoons (our daily energy allotment) may be the only way for us to parent gracefully.

With nothin’ but love, Michael W. Leach

> Environment

Happy Earth Day From Yellowstone Country

April 22, 2016
Happy Earth Day From Yellowstone Country

In honor of Earth Day I wanted to share a little excerpt from Grizzlies on My Mind and Be Audacious.  Though they are two vastly different books, they both tell the story of passion, commitment to a cause, the importance of uncovering purpose and meaning in our lives, all the while celebrating the power of… Continue Reading

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Swimming Into Positive Visualization

April 4, 2016
Swimming Into Positive Visualization

Every Sunday morning I head to the pool for a rendezvous with 2,000 meters of water. Like all of life, some days are easier than others. On brilliant bluebird days like yesterday in Bozeman, it’s hard to go inside to swim, but yesterday, like all days, I emerged better for it. Swimming is my anti-depressant.… Continue Reading

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Because It Matters

April 3, 2016
Because It Matters

If you want to write, write. If you want to create, create. If you want to inspire, inspire. That is SUN pouring in the window at Sola Cafe. It’s a glory day in Yellowstone Country after a week of daily snow flurries. I rose early as I do every Saturday and busted out an upper… Continue Reading