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What Do We Deserve? Letting Go of Guilt

Thanks to vehicle issues and too much time to think, I spent an inordinate amount of time wrestling old demons this weekend. The beginning of our grand adventure has been, to say the least, different than we imagined it would … Continue reading

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How To Stop Doing Things You Don’t Like – Part 2

This is the second post in a series about “How To Stop Doing Things You Don’t Like.” The first can be found here. The less time you spend doing things that you don’t enjoy, the more time you have to … Continue reading

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Pushing Past Popularity. Or Fear (but that didn’t start with a P)

I feel like I’m going to throw up. Or maybe hyperventilate. On the plus side, self-urination does not seem to be among the imminent responses to my anxiety.  Yee-ha for progress. I’m telling myself that writing this will not help; it … Continue reading

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The Guilt

We never believe our own mothers. She tells us the world is round, and we roll our eyes at the very idea that she would know anything about the size or shape of the world.  But when Mrs. Smith shows … Continue reading

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Further Proof That I Was Raised By A Hippy.

“Your dreams don’t have to be at the expense of my dreams.” I believe in what airy fairy people call “abundance thinking”. What that means, basically, is that there is more than enough to go around.  Of time.  Of money.  … Continue reading

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I wonder why you don’t hate me.

It started happening when I was in highschool. I’d be hanging out with my friends on the gym floor, our books and papers scattered around us on the half court line of the basketball floor, our teenage limbs sprawled across … Continue reading

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The Fear Of Rejection in 1200 words or less

Let me tell you now that some of you will hate this post. I’m not entirely comfortable with that right now, but I’m going write it anyway because… well, it’s what I do. I’m using that disclaimer, in part, to … Continue reading

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Yes, there was an $800 bill

I have to be honest with you. I’m really behind from the quick trip down to Miami and my head is… well… fucked, at the moment. A good friend has finally made the decision to accept hospice care, and it’s … Continue reading

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