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Connect yourself with the Time & Subtle Energy

Life happens in a day. The 24 hours of this day, sums up the whole life, we have lived till this date. If we choose to make any changes with the life, or get better with it, it can be done, in this 24 hours, so that if we receive another day, we can live with better understanding, and grow and evolve, with each passing day. 1,323 more words


Crunch Time

So I know everyone was probably pretty uplifted by my last post; I won’t lie, I still am. My head’s kind of floating around in the clouds without a care in the world. 589 more words

Altered plans

We have a plan to live in a travel trailer for a number of years. Our overarching plan is to pay all our debts off (debt free!) and then to save for buying our own land. 304 more words

Debt Free

Ding Dong The Bells Are Gonna Chime!

Once upon a time, not so long ago, Sarah, one of the members of our ‘Book Club’ got engaged! The rest of us girls were all so excited we arranged to meet up a week later to hear all about the proposal and see the ring. 271 more words


This one is super important

Canada is looking to make changes to nutritional labels, so very important to me personally, as a person with food allergies

BIG changes proposed on how “sugar” is listed too, as well as making “serving size” consistent.   53 more words

Hey...that's Cool!

Some local (and otherwise) news

News courtesy of Kevin Foster

Amended Pavilion Plans to Be Exhibited

Those who have followed the story of the Pavilion Development may be interested to hear that the developer has this week indicated they plan to hold a Public Exhibition on amended plans. 1,396 more words


British apartheid

While reading three of Nelson Mandela’s (auto)biographies, I noticed some similarities with how the UK treats (oppresses) a large group of its population. I was not sure what to think of it, and a bit hesitant, held back by not wishing to offend anyone who’s endured apartheid in South Africa, to dare compare the situations. 255 more words

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