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Journal #168 - Can’t Run Away, Might As Well Just Do It

There are many things in life that you can’t run away from.

Why?

Because it’s something you know.

Because it’s something you can do.

Because it’s part of your life. 110 more words

Life Journey

Examples; September 13, 2017

Nehemiah 4:9 But we prayed to our God and posted a guard day and night to meet this threat.

Once again we have Nehemiah’s deep faith and clear-headed practicality. 493 more words

Christian

The Basics on Cloth Diapers

A few years back, before I got pregnant, a good friend of mine posted a before and after pic of her baby wearing the same cloth diaper, one taken at 2 weeks old and the other at 2 years old (if I remember correctly!). 917 more words

Motherhood

Tips for an Easier Cloth Diapering Journey 

So you’ve decided to use cloth diapers. Congratulations and welcome to the club! While it may be quite an investment in the beginning, using cloth diapers is better in the long run, both for Mother Earth and your pocket. 707 more words

Motherhood

Daniel Goleman on The Many Benefits of Meditation

There are many benefits to meditation: spiritual, religious, practical, psychological, emotional, etc. Psychologist and science journalist Daniel Goleman talks through some of them in this video.

Meditation

The Other Other Side of the Price Gouging Debacle

One of the biggest targets of public ire, especially surrounding natural disasters (I’m looking at your, Harvey), is the issue of Price gouging. The format of this post is going to be laid out in the order that the arguments appear. 1,665 more words

Ethics

Money > perks.

Company perks are wonderful. If you can imagine it, there is probably a company somewhere that is offering it.

(Note: When I talk about perks, I’m not thinking of basics such as health insurance, paid vacation and a 401K, which I file under the heading of traditional “benefits.”) 634 more words

#compensation