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There are three things that you can do today that will make a profound impact on your life. These will not surprise you. Not a dramatic revelation. But if you follow these suggestions, your life will truly improve. They are … Continue reading
Why blog? Many people have asked the purpose of blogging. Some would say that we are a society that will not stop talking. Opinions and comments and advise and rants abound. Guilty. As I consider the “to blog or not … Continue reading
Are you playing life safe? Living in middle-C is comfortable. The place resonates security and peace. Such a life blissfully plays through the motions, careful to avoid all sharps and flats that could pierce the tranquil facade. In my five … Continue reading
As many as 70% of adults experience FOMO, according to marketing communications firm JWT. It’s a driving factor in purchases made, places visited, movies seen, and activities scheduled. So…what is FOMO? It’s the “fear of missing out.” In a recent … Continue reading
I am grateful for life. When I slow down, I observe the richness of life. May I introduce you to some of my neighbors and beautiful moments? These things spread a smile across my face… A neon pink and brilliant … Continue reading
Adapted from an anonymous folk tale… A water bearer had two large pots, one hung on each end of a pole which he carried across his neck. One of the pots had a crack in it, while the other pot … Continue reading
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