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How beautiful is this rain pouring down
Lovely silver droplets all around

Beautiful silver drops falling down the lane
Washing away all unhappiness and pain… 111 more words

Dodged it!

We dodged the worst of the ice storm.Glazed, but not dazed.Drippy, but not broken.Temps were directed to warm up!Flower gardens still provided beauty. 21 more words

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Pro tip: Some days are going to be really shitty, but you’ll deal with them

Flicking through Instagram you would genuinely think that everyone but you is living the most perfect life, with constant smiles, immaculate photos and permanent positivity. But here’s the thing: some days are going to be really shitty and you will want to hide away on your own and hate the world. 504 more words

Breathe. Think good thoughts. Repeat. 

Apparently it’s “Blue Monday” today – the day you are most likely to be depressed due to it being the dead of winter. Well I for one am not going to just roll over and give up. 162 more words

Friends

Career Failure: Turning a Bad Job into the Best Day Ever! (2 min read)

Written by Millionaire’s Digest Team Member: Nola Crow

Founder & Owner of: 4373 Fashion Lane

Millionaire’s Digest Team, Contributor, Beauty and Fashion Writer

Your burning the candles at both ends, running behind a toddler, demanding spouse and negative bosses. 415 more words

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Ironic: How to sabotage your own life! No one can do it Better than you, right?

A few “advice” if you want to sabotage your life. If you do not know where to start, ironically, this article will help you step by step towards the total failure of your life. 630 more words

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Be HAPPY on Blue Monday ……and Everyday!

Happy “Blue Monday” everyone…….wait, what!? This day isn’t termed as a happy day. Blue Monday is defined by Wikipedia as “a name given to a day in January (typically the third Monday of the month) reported to be the most depressing day of the year for countries in the Northern Hemisphere.” There’s even a mathematical formula to determine the day each year. 456 more words

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