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Gotten an expensive party gown to last you with the month of joyful drinking, canape-gobbling and (OK, let’s admit it) maybe a little vomit-stained taxi trips residence? You’re most likely ...

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The Fight of the Century You’re probably wondering why a topic like this is appearing here. The “fight of the century” is a tagline that is usually connected to boxing, ...

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Thoughts01/12/14

 

Thought.  I kind of like this word.  It means the action or process of thinking.  Synonyms being thinking, contemplation, musing, pondering, consideration, reflection, introspection, deliberation, concentration, etc. Just the other ...

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I’ve mentioned that answering emails in the morning has been found to take up precious needed time from who tend to nurture others before nurturing themselves. That said, there are ...

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I’m not an advocate of not returning calls from family members, friends and business partners.  However, I’ve been noticing how, even after working on myself to make my own work ...

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Are We One?02/21/13

 

I’ll get to that in a moment, but first I would like to share an awesome moment from today. For me, anyway. I took a personal day off today. Primarily ...

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I never thought I’d be singing the song “You’ll Never Walk Alone” while looking outside the window of my neighbor’s fifth floor apartment, which is located next to mine, in ...

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The title of this post is probably the hardest thing I’ll ever have to learn, given who I am.  My inner drive is to be a helper.  I can’t help ...

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Saving The Slave! The once famed civil rights epicenter is up for auction, and Sarah Wolff, with her 501 (c) 3, New Brooklyn Theatre, are trying to save it. The ...

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Join Shirill Hicks As She Welcomes…EDIE RAETHER- THE BULLY BUSTER GIVES CHILDREN A VOICE Teaching Kids to Reach Out, Speak Up and Be Heard With teenage bullying on the rise, ...

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