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On Attachment (of Human Kind not Emails)

Tweet  Irma and Anthony – Photo by (c) Dolly Garland As most of you probably know, I’m in Ecuador at the moment, volunteering for three months working with children to promote literacy and arts. They are a great bunch of kids, and having been here now for month and a half, I’m getting to know […]

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48 Ways to Take More Initiative at Work and in Life

Tweet    Many people are passive dreamers. They want things – a better job, a relationship, spiritual enlightenment, a new car – but they wait for these things to come to them. They believe that if they just stay still in one place for long enough, work hard or just complain a lot, some day […]

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5 Reasons Why You Must Read

Tweet    I love books. I don’t remember ever disliking reading, but I fell in love with it when I was eight. I’d an accident. I fractured my left leg, and after that I’d typhoid. Or maybe typhoid was before the accident – not sure which came first, but all in all, I’d about three […]

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Goodbye 2012! Hello 2013!

Tweet It’s only a little over an hour away from midnight, and from the New Year. I am in London at the moment, spending New Year’s Eve in the hotel room. I can see the London Eye from the window, and at midnight, will have a view of fireworks from the warm, comfort of the […]

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16 Life Lessons I’ve Learned from Journaling

Tweet As I’m nearing the end of my 28th personal journal, I was thinking about how much of my life is in these journals, and how they have contributed to my growth. It’s a symbiotic relationship where life feeds journal, and journal feeds life. Here, I will share with you 16 lessons I’ve learned throughout the […]

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5 Lessons I learned from The West Wing

Tweet  image by tvtropes   The West Wing, whether you are interested in politics or not, is one of the best shows of all time in my opinion. You may not care which party wins the election, but The West Wing is about more than that. It’s about how you navigate through the world, where […]

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