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    I despise being bored or feeling like I’m in a rut. I love the idea of having new experiences, knowledge, and scenery, which is probably why I’m such a travel nut. Knowing this about me, one would think that I’d fully embrace this new journey my husband and I are undergoing. Well, if you ask, ...
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    Lately, my life has been undergoing some very drastic changes.  We’re moving across the country for my husband’s job, I need to find a job in a new city with my new career, we need to fix up the house and sell it; all in a span of a month! Add me trying to finish ...
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    The task of Grocery Shopping has changed with a great, convenient and efficient addition. We once, and still might take part in the simple task of going to the Grocery Store, and buying food after we ran out of food to eat, and beverages to drink since the last time we went to the Grocery ...
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    On the surface, it looks like many of us know what we’re doing and what we want out of life. But don’t be fooled – many of us are just coasting by, waiting to see where life takes us next. Take me for example – I have no idea what I’m doing. I’m not sure ...
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    When our POTUS tweeted early Wednesday morning, it sent shockwaves through our nation. His tweet was straight to the point, leaving no further explanation. “After consultation with my Generals and military experts, please be advised that the United States Government will not accept or allow Transgender individuals to serve in any capacity in the U.S. ...
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    America has been reacting, or running on fear, since the war of 1812, when it was attacked for the first time. We are constantly in fear of losing our way of life or some power taking over the world, and we act out of fear of that somehow happening. Usually the military is preventing this. We ...
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    These actions will change not only the way you feel but how you live your life as well. There is much controversy on the “right” ways to handle situations dealt out by various mental illnesses. Whether it’s Bipolar Disorder, Schizophrenia, Multiple Personality Disorder, Borderline Personality Disorder, Depression, Anxiety, or PTSD, how can we be sure ...
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    You can accomplish more than you think you can. Growing up as an anxious child and dealing with anxiety in my teen and young adult years, I never thought I would be a good leader. I was always the quiet one in the background that no one noticed, and many times, that’s how I preferred ...
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    Social media is such an amazing tool that my generation has been blessed with. One of the powers of social media that my peers have yet to harness to its full capacity is the ability to dictate current issues. Yes, I will admit that I do enjoy seeing vacation posts or nice photos from a ...
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    The Oxford English Dictionary describes “limbo” as “an uncertain period of awaiting a decision or resolution.” Or even worse, “a state of neglect or oblivion.” I can relate. I am one of many who are at that awkward point in their mid-twenties – a strange limbo, where if you aren’t married, having children, maintaining a ...