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    Falling Head Over Heels In Warmth
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    The Fall season has finally arrived! Grab your Uggs, the Snuggie you shamelessly own, and a cup of that deliciously homemade from-the-box hot chocolate! Not only does the Fall season mean new Fall fashions, it also means cuddle weather is approaching faster than you are probably ready for. For those who already have Cuddle Buddies this season, Congrats! For those who do not—join the freaking club.

    While fall is my absolute favorite season of all time, it also reminds me of how “available”...
    12-15-2014, 04:45 PM
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    The Reaping, the Sowing
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    Reaping and sowing. Karma. Getting back what you give. This is one of the earliest lessons I remember from my mother. Although I heard her each and every time she said it, the true extent of its meaning did not expose itself to me until my twenties. Whichever way it’s stated, the meaning is still the same: whatever you hand out, is what you get back.

    I believe that in most cases, transparency can be the cure for many an ailment and so I’ll share that in my twenties, I could be (as the...
    12-15-2014, 04:33 PM
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    A Little Goes A Long Way
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    Picture this: Beautiful summer day in May, all your family, friends, and friend’s families gathered in one place to celebrate your greatest accomplishment thus far—college graduation. You watch all your friends and classmates you spent the last four years with accept their degree’s with ear-to-ear smiles on their faces, only to then discuss having to find a job and pay bills—with ear-to-ear upside-down smiles on their faces. But, who knew being a recent graduate would be a full-time job and emotional...
    12-15-2014, 04:16 PM
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    Friendships, Beginnings and Endings
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    In a few weeks, I’ll be 45 years old. Over those years, I’ve learned quite a few lessons on friendship. Some painful, most beautiful, all worth passing along.


    For the most part, I have been blessed with some very good friends who I know will stand by me till the end. These are my true friends. I know this because I’ve reached the “end” on a few occasions and those folk have had my back. These are the same people who have stood by when I’ve decided to fly off in different directions...
    12-15-2014, 04:05 PM
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    Who Can Block Better Than You??? No One!!
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    From the day my son stepped on the court in fourth grade, he has been known for his ability to block shots. He is known for coming out of nowhere and blocking and blasting that ball away from the opponent. On the court, blocking leads to turnovers; turnovers lead to scoring. In the game of life, blocking is not always so good.

    Many people spend their days and nights blocking others. It can be big things, it can be small things. Blocking from and of others comes in many forms. Rumors,...
    12-15-2014, 03:49 PM
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    The Fork in the Road
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    Inevitably, at some point in our lives, we all encounter change. Some of those changes are for the better, some are for the worse. Some changes bring incredible joy, some bring incredible pain. Choosing the path to travel when that change arrives is completely up to you.


    An upcoming wedding, a new baby, a brand-new home – all these things create phenomenal change in anyone’s life. These things and things like them almost always result in joy. Not just happiness, which is dependent...
    12-15-2014, 02:57 PM
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    Forgiving, Forgetting and Remembering
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    One of the most powerful acts you can perform is to forgive. It is also one of the most difficult to carry out. Wrongs/slights take place every single second in every single sector of the world. Some of the things that hurt others are intended, some are not. In the end, whether the act is intentional or not, the resulting pain is still there. Everyone’s pain is different. Everyone’s measurement of the depth/weight of the actual deed is different. Being lied to, cheated on, passed up for a much-deserved...
    12-15-2014, 01:43 PM
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    How They Treat You
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    Often, it is said that people treat you the way they see you treat yourself. No truer words have been spoken. Moreover, people treat you the way you allow them to treat you.


    Self-esteem and self-confidence issues largely stem from our childhoods. Unfavorable situations and circumstances at home, poor parenting, bullying, and many other things can result in an adult who thinks little of herself. Years and years of being mistreated, misused, abused and otherwise beaten down can...
    12-15-2014, 11:59 AM
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  • Falling Head Over Heels In Warmth

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    Falling Head Over Heels In Warmth

    The Fall season has finally arrived! Grab your Uggs, the Snuggie you shamelessly own, and a cup of that deliciously homemade from-the-box hot chocolate! Not only does the Fall season mean new Fall fashions, it also means cuddle weather is approaching faster than you are probably ready for. For those who already have Cuddle Buddies this season, Congrats! For those who do not—join the freaking club.

    While fall is my absolute favorite season of all time, it also reminds me of how “available”...
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  • The Reaping, the Sowing

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    The Reaping, the Sowing

    Reaping and sowing. Karma. Getting back what you give. This is one of the earliest lessons I remember from my mother. Although I heard her each and every time she said it, the true extent of its meaning did not expose itself to me until my twenties. Whichever way it’s stated, the meaning is still the same: whatever you hand out, is what you get back.

    I believe that in most cases, transparency can be the cure for many an ailment and so I’ll share that in my twenties, I could be (as the...
    See more | Go to post

  • A Little Goes A Long Way

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    A Little Goes A Long Way

    Picture this: Beautiful summer day in May, all your family, friends, and friend’s families gathered in one place to celebrate your greatest accomplishment thus far—college graduation. You watch all your friends and classmates you spent the last four years with accept their degree’s with ear-to-ear smiles on their faces, only to then discuss having to find a job and pay bills—with ear-to-ear upside-down smiles on their faces. But, who knew being a recent graduate would be a full-time job and emotional...
    See more | Go to post

  • Friendships, Beginnings and Endings

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    Friendships, Beginnings and Endings

    In a few weeks, I’ll be 45 years old. Over those years, I’ve learned quite a few lessons on friendship. Some painful, most beautiful, all worth passing along.


    For the most part, I have been blessed with some very good friends who I know will stand by me till the end. These are my true friends. I know this because I’ve reached the “end” on a few occasions and those folk have had my back. These are the same people who have stood by when I’ve decided to fly off in different directions...
    See more | Go to post

  • Who Can Block Better Than You??? No One!!

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    Who Can Block Better Than You??? No One!!

    From the day my son stepped on the court in fourth grade, he has been known for his ability to block shots. He is known for coming out of nowhere and blocking and blasting that ball away from the opponent. On the court, blocking leads to turnovers; turnovers lead to scoring. In the game of life, blocking is not always so good.

    Many people spend their days and nights blocking others. It can be big things, it can be small things. Blocking from and of others comes in many forms. Rumors,...
    See more | Go to post

  • The Fork in the Road

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    The Fork in the Road

    Inevitably, at some point in our lives, we all encounter change. Some of those changes are for the better, some are for the worse. Some changes bring incredible joy, some bring incredible pain. Choosing the path to travel when that change arrives is completely up to you.


    An upcoming wedding, a new baby, a brand-new home – all these things create phenomenal change in anyone’s life. These things and things like them almost always result in joy. Not just happiness, which is dependent...
    See more | Go to post

  • Forgiving, Forgetting and Remembering

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    Forgiving, Forgetting and Remembering

    One of the most powerful acts you can perform is to forgive. It is also one of the most difficult to carry out. Wrongs/slights take place every single second in every single sector of the world. Some of the things that hurt others are intended, some are not. In the end, whether the act is intentional or not, the resulting pain is still there. Everyone’s pain is different. Everyone’s measurement of the depth/weight of the actual deed is different. Being lied to, cheated on, passed up for a much-deserved...
    See more | Go to post

  • How They Treat You

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    How They Treat You

    Often, it is said that people treat you the way they see you treat yourself. No truer words have been spoken. Moreover, people treat you the way you allow them to treat you.


    Self-esteem and self-confidence issues largely stem from our childhoods. Unfavorable situations and circumstances at home, poor parenting, bullying, and many other things can result in an adult who thinks little of herself. Years and years of being mistreated, misused, abused and otherwise beaten down can...
    See more | Go to post
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