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Smaller Is Better

The beast is often a bundle of joy and we are all very grateful to have him in our lives. He warms our feet, cleans our dishes, alerts us when someone is at the door and when the squirrels have

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Ode to the Code

Why didn’t the chicken cross the road? The programmer didn’t know the code. Don’t ask me why someone thought it would be a good idea for me to teach coding to students. I mean, really I know nothing about coding.

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Promises Are Empty

I am not making New Year’s Resolutions because that would just be making a promise to myself that I am going to make some change or do something amazing and the reality is very few people really stick with their

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What’s In a Book?

When you spend an entire day walking, cooking, eating and never putting the book down, you know there’s something amazing about it. When you read the last word and hold it to your heart because you are sad to let

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The Power to PowerPoint

I have the POWER, I have the POWER, I am POWERFUL. Can I get an AMEN?   I’ve been listening to many different motivational speakers lately, both spiritual and otherwise. Why? Because I have really been unmotivated this summer. I have been

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I Found My Way

I don’t really remember what song it was, but I found myself thinking the words of a Frank Sinatra song this morning. I was preparing to start rearranging things in my house and decided that I would find a Frank

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Showing up for Success

I saw Howie Mandel in an interview recently. He was asked to comment about judging for America’s Got Talent. I can’t quote him exactly, but he said he was surprised by how many contestants say they don’t sing at home.

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