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Procrastination Procrastination Procrastination and Oligations

I haven’t written a post in a while because I was stuck in a daily life of a lazy student J. The reason I am writing now has everything to do with procrastination of an essay which is due on Monday. 259 more words

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When pretty isn't enough

All my life I was referred to as the “pretty girl with nice hair”. Growing up I thought it was cute but now as a grown woman I’m over it. 293 more words


The Rubaiyat - Omar Kayyam

Omar Kayyam is one of my most loved poets after Pablo Neruda, every time I have read The Rubaiyat I discover a whole new dimension. As with roots of the Redwood and all true passions, it only grows deeper with time. 89 more words

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Lead Yourself First 

Be willing to stretch yourself.

That was the theme of the KeyNote I attended last night. In honor of International Women’s Day, the company I work for hosted Award Winning speaker Michelle Ray along with a host of other female executives. 95 more words


Carly Simon was right

At one point yesterday when Bill was worried about something I recalled the line from the 70s hit song “Anticipation” by Carly Simon. Although it was later co-opted for use in a ketchup commercial I always thought the last line of that song is very profound: “These are the good ‘ole days.” My point was to remind both of us that we are relatively healthy. 128 more words

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Food for Thought Friday

This is a new feature I’m going to try out, where I focus on a weekly inspirational or literary quote of my own choosing. This week’s is: 97 more words


Invisible disadvantages of self-help industry

Hello my friend!

My whole life I was irreparable optimist. I’ve read somewhere that people are born with individual level of happiness. I guess I was extremely lucky because most of the time if I am not happy, than at least positive. 1,239 more words

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