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#LessonsLifeHasTaughtMe: Society Can’t Be Pleased

Growing up I was a plump child; of course, that’s not what the other kids would call it. This was caused by my love for food and not knowing the effect that too much of it can have. 492 more words

#LessonsLifeHasTaughtMe

Taking a Nice and Easy Day

Yesterday was a busy day.

So was the day before.

And the day before that.

Life has been piling up. Mostly it’s been good things.  It’s been me taking steps in the direction of my goals.  579 more words

Sickness & Health

Quote of the week: Week of Jan 30, 2017

If you don’t think your anxiety, depression, sadness and stress impact your physical health, think again. All of these emotions trigger chemical reactions in your body, which can lead to inflammation and a weakened immune system. 14 more words

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I love making salads for groups. If we ever gather as a group, I always put my hand up to be in charge of salads. I really love it. 824 more words

My Foray into Smoothies

​More than a year ago, I put a message out on Facebook asking if anyone had a blender and a juicer for cheap.

I have a blender however it barely blends soup and I really wanted to make some smoothies using up the kale I had in the freezer left over from the summer. 1,381 more words

Food

Surprising Recipes for New Years Eve

By Julie, resolute in Somerville

A few year’s ago I had a dinner party themed around disgusting yet delicious recipes. Since I grew up in the 60’s, I had a lot of recipes to choose from, and will mention a couple below. 668 more words

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Stop “Should-ing” On Yourself

I love this time of year. From Thanksgiving through the New Year, it’s a constant sense of anticipation, hopefulness, and connection.

And it can also bring self-imposed expectation, striving, and sneaky idealistic perfection. 495 more words