Doing Your First Triathlon

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As adults, it’s really common for us — tempting, even — to fall into the same routine day after day, week after week, month after month, year after year … you get the picture. We’re creatures of habit, after all. Before we know it, one day, we seem to have a moment where we “wake […]

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How to Find Peace at Home

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Finding peace and creating a happy home is one of the most important things in life. Our house is where we most spend most of our quality time, and it deserves to be peaceful in every aspect. Here is a list of things you can do to achieve that goal and have the best home […]

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3 Common Mistakes That Can Stop You From Using Your Shyness to Your Advantage

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This world is a beautiful place to be in when you know how to use the way you are to your advantage. Being shy (timid, introvert) is no different. It gives you many qualities that other types of personality wouldn’t give you. I am a shy person and to be honest, I like it. I […]

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Choose Not Lose

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A Sixty-Word SZEN Story: All of the movies and videos were organized by title and genre and all of the labels were facing out so he could easily search to find the film of the week. His collection was enormous and the Sunday evening film ritual was something that he cherished – movie, popcorn, and […]

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10 Powerful Productivity Tools that Can Supercharge Every Solopreneur’s Work

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People think a solopreneur’s work is easy: they have a small business to take care of, so they save the money and nerves they would spend on employees. However, being the only one in charge of a business is not nearly as simple as it seems. First of all, a solopreneur needs great education. Students, […]

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Lessons Learned from My Car Ownership Thus Far

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The following is from Crystal Stemberger at Budgeting in the Fun Stuff. She’s been blogging for more than 5 years and is now a professional pet sitter by day and a personal finance super geek by night. I’m 32 years old and have been the primary driver for 4 cars over the last 13 years. […]

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Janis Heaphy Durham Introduces Her New Book The Hand On The Mirror

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The Hand on the Mirror chronicles the extraordinary events that followed the loss of my husband, Max Besler, to cancer in 2004, but it’s more than a “ghost story.” It’s the story of my spiritual journey, one that has brought me to a new understanding of the unbelievable power of love to cross the divide […]

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What Do I Tell the Kids?

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It’s hard to talk about cancer and kids in the same breath. When facing a cancer diagnosis in the family, many parents are tempted to sugar-coat the situation, especially for younger children. This is understandable, but not necessarily helpful. In fact, if carried too far, silence or camouflage about cancer can actually undermine kids’ trust […]

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Cancer Is the Product of the Disease Neoplasia

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The sun rises and the sun sets. It seems like the sun rotates around the Earth. Cancer cells rise and are killed by surgery, radiation and chemotherapy. It seems like cancer is a disease. But the sun does not rotate around the Earth, and cancer is not a disease. The many kinds of cancer cells […]

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Married to a Rock? Living with an Emotionally Detached Spouse

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Is your spouse cool and distant? Not one to share his or her feelings or try to understand yours? Has he or she always been this way?  Are you struggling in the relationship, craving emotional intimacy, connection, and attachment that you can’t seem to get? You’re not alone, and the good news is that you […]

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