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Sit and Notice

Open your window, feel the fresh air, sit and listen to the sounds of nature. Sit until the fog burns off… Sit until the sun completely sets… Sit until the rain ends… or begins…. Watch an animal, even an insect … Continue reading

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Guest Post: Chicken

Violets are blue Roses are blue Chicken is good and so are you Jshun 3rd grade

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For Better Pasta

After you’ve drained your pasta and its still hot, grate a little fresh Parmesan on top, wait a few seconds and then toss it with your sauce. The cheese will melt directly on the pasta which will give your sauce … Continue reading

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Bonus

Our team has been working diligently at home during the pandemic, and despite being pushed to the max, we have pulled through and fulfilled an important scheduled milestone. Team members are exhausted and burned out, and a little frivolity would … Continue reading

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Visionary

I don’t think it’s happenstance that people become successful. I think its very intended , and you work toward that goal with every inch of your mind and body. The smartest thing you can invest in is yourself. I never … Continue reading

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