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Journaling: Family

Who in your family are you closest to? How do you nurture those bonds? Do you hold resentments toward anyone or have unfinished business? What steps could you take toward resolution?

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Life Instructions

Nobody can teach you how to navigate life. The best part is when you see people trying to figure it out. -Viola Davis Positively Purging-I welcome your feedbacks in the comments and your likes and passing the real life wisdom … Continue reading

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Thank You

Cleaning out my screenshots I realized September 8, 2019 I hit 1,000 followers, or as Glenys Gelzinis and I refer to our readers, supporters. I did NOT immediate post about this because I am just not that into numbers (at … Continue reading

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Small Steps

Do a goal check… now is the time to ask, “What have I done to get closer to where I want to be?” If the answer doesn’t line up with goals you’ve set, use this reflection time to create new, … Continue reading

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Growth

“It’s Working.” She reprises the song now, smiling. “‘This is my season for grace, for favor,’” she sings, then says: “I’ve planted my seeds, and I’ve been toiling and fertilizing them and surrounding myself with the right people.” She pauses … Continue reading

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