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Gratitude

Just relax…

A few days ago, I perused the titles of the 150 plus posts I have shared on this blog, to review my content. While doing so, I noticed a number of different themes in my writing. I’ve written about each of these themes because I wholeheartedly believe, they are key ingredients to success. The one theme I’ve neglected to give […]

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Eyes, Fingers and Toes!

  When was the last time you looked down at your feet and thought to yourself, I’m thankful for my toes? wiggle…wiggle… Oh…you’re at work? Can’t see your feet? Well, when was the last time you looked at your hands and thought to yourself, I’m thankful for my fingers? flutter…flutter… Or…when was the last time you looked in the mirror, […]

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Giving what we take for granted…some gratitude!

  Another year is coming to a close which means the holiday season is here along with all its cheer! Thursday, we celebrate the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States, and I can’t think of a better way to kick of the holidays and get into the Christmas (or whatever holiday you celebrate) spirit, than to take inventory of the blessings we […]

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The Magic of Laughter

Can you remember the last time you laughed so hard that you had to bend over just to maintain whatever composure you had left? Can you remember the last time you laughed so hard the muscles in your stomach hurt? What were you laughing about? How long ago was that? Often I have the opportunity to network and meet different […]

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16 Things You May Not Know About Thanksgiving

  391 years ago (1620) a group of 102 English settlers, who later became known as Pilgrims landed in Plymouth, Massachusetts aboard the Mayflower. Their leader was William Bradford (1590-1657) who governed the colony for most of the next 30 years. Bradford’s wife, Dorothy, drowned a few days before reaching Plymouth in Provincetown Harbor. The first winter in New England […]

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