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It’s Not Funny

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I don’t think I can explain the way I behaved this morning – it was like an outer body experience taken over by aliens. No. Actually. I was dealing with an asshole and  I turned into an asshole. I am taking accountability for my actions. In life there are certain […]

Inspiring Wins!

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I am constantly thinking of goals that I have set for myself and the little wins I making in reaching towards those goals.  I look for inspiration from the people around me. It is through celebrating their achievements that I can build momentum to keep moving towards my own small […]

The Harmony of Small Changes

dreams and possibilities

I spent the early hours rewriting and working on my labour of love The Tracking which I look forward to sending off to the next round of beta readers in another week. My thoughts are busy with social media platforms, book proposals, and the book itself. I feel as if […]

The Last Day of 2014

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I slid out of bed at 6:00 am this morning to organize the family and get ready for an excellent day of skiing. However, a  discovery was made as my husband opened the ski locker to begin loading our skis onto the back of the truck. He had a terrified […]

The Birthday Curmudgeon

Birthday Curmudgeon

Once upon a time there was a blogger who loved birthdays, presents, and celebrations then somewhere in her thirties. She became a Curmudgeon! That’s right a birthday curmudgeon! I blame it on turning thirty and then my body had the nerve to keep getting older. I know there is so […]

The Meditative Healing of Zentangle

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Karen Sandoval wears many hats as a grandmother, traveler, photographer, and zentangler. She shares with us her story of zentangling and how it has become a meditative influence in her life. Darcie asked me to write a guest blog post about what Zentangle means to me and I hesitated at […]

Finding Paradise

Dreams (2)

It was over ten years ago we went to Varadero with the joy of vacation. We scraped together enough money to stay at three star hotel to rejuvenate in  the warmth of the Cuban sun. It was heaven! We were blessed to have our parents split a week of watching […]

Moving On Up!

Moving on Up! (2)

 Jarrod Champagne reminisces about his move  from Louisiana and the new beginnings that were a waiting for him in Virginia.  “Well, I guess that’s about it,” I said examining the back of the truck. “Yep,” replied my buddy, as he and his brother stared at the truck. It was a […]

Snail Mail My Heart

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Jenn Sutkowski  is a freelance writer on the creative path to writing her first book. She shares with us her story of the timeless bond between a father and daughter.  It is a reminder that time and memory is a precious gift to be cherished with the loved ones who […]

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