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Oh, to be an Editor

Recently I had the opportunity to help someone out with their homework. It was meant to be a simple proofreading, but it quickly turned into a play-by-play deconstruction. 387 more words

A Portrait of the Prophet

The Prophet is a mysterious figure. He dresses in black garb and carries stolen gold and silver in the seam of his baggy black overcoat. Under his coat he wears clothes, don’t worry, but when he flashes you his inventory you may thin like a paint drip nonetheless; on his chest is his logo, which launches tomorrow. 462 more words

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On Meditating (and a beginner-level meditation technique!)

Part of my recent effort to take better care of myself and not fall into a pit of mommy self-neglect has been adding meditation to my daily routine. 801 more words



Complaining is the biggest disease we all have adapted since our childhood. We all think we are so perfect that it is okay to find faults with others. 157 more words

How To Stop Complaining

This One Vital Tip Could Make You a Better Networker…

Have you ever been introduced to someone only to forget his or her name seconds later?  You’re not alone; just look what happened to presenter Charlie Stayt when he seemed to momentarily forget his co-presenter Susanna Reid’s name live on the BBC news.  613 more words

Self Improvement

It Takes a Village

The 25th was an emotional day for me. It’s the official first anniversary of my sobriety. I am so thankful for the love and support of my husband, therapist, moms (grams included), and other friends and family members who have given me words of encouragement, prayers, positive reinforcement, even the simple acknowledgements have gone such a long way in giving me the strength and motivation to be successful in this. 191 more words


South Beach Phase 2

South Beach Phase 2 includes all of South Beach Phase 1 but it adds fruit and starches back into the food plan. 121 more words