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When One Door Closes, A Windmill Can Often Be Found

Change, almost always, isn’t personal. It’s how you view change that makes it personal. Continue reading

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Why I Don’t Like the Phrase “Suck It Up”

Suck It Up: To endure a period of mental, physical, or emotional hardship with no complaining. “I don’t care if you’re sad, get out there, suck it up and deal with it!” (definition courtesy of Urban Dictionary) Okay. There it … Continue reading

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15 Things I Wish I Knew When I Was Younger

I don’t like Monday Morning Quarterbacking and I don’t believe in “hindsight is 20/20” (we all make decisions based on a particular point in time in our lives, so looking to the past and saying things could have been different if … Continue reading

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Life Lessons for When Life Kicks Butt

Life has a way of kicking butt when you least expect it. Not that you can predict these things, but when it comes at you hard and fast it can leave you feeling helpless and insecure and maybe even angry. … Continue reading

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When Enough Isn’t Enough – can we ever truly be happy?

I went to Starbucks the other day (okay, I go every day…I’m an addict, so sue me), and overheard a conversation between a woman and a man. As a writer, this is what I do. Eavesdrop, but only with the … Continue reading

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Enjoying the now

I don’t know about you, but I’m loving and hating social media at the same time. Using Twitter and Facebook and LinkedIn and all their other supporting tools has become something of a necessary evil. Want to chat with friends … Continue reading

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