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    Hardships? Setbacks? Yes. But use a little Common Sense and Common Courtesy

    In the face of COVID-19 and the reactions of the world’s governments and citizens, I’ve decided that I MUST keep my attitude fairly jovial. I shake my head at the idea that we need to be reminded of basic common hygiene habits and common courtesies. A year ago, my husband and I entered the world of home dialysis. After the surgery to insert a dialysis port to carry the dialysate into his peritoneal cavity, we began training. I had to be more careful in cleansing (I had to wear rubber gloves, but he did not.) than he did because the “germs” on his hands were his germs. (Note: I scratched…

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    Your Success Is Up To You

    SUCCESS = Money? Position? Authority? To some people, these may be the badges of success, but to others, success doesn’t fit into a neat word or concept.  When we let other people determine if we are successful or not, we…

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    Your Best IS Yet To Be!

    Isn’t it great that we don’t know what our future brings? The fact that you DON’T KNOW your future or your potential is extremely freeing. Not knowing allows you to try something. In trying new things, you expand your sense…

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    Is It Too Late?

    When you were in elementary school, what did you want to be? It’s something we as adults ask kids all the time. And for most kids, the response changes numerous times. Doctor, lawyer, actor, musician, or even garbage collector. It…

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    Let Your Passion Burn

    Are you fierce and strong? Are you full of fire because you have a passion burning inside of you? Have you ever found yourself stepping back for a moment and looking at the past week, month, or even year and…

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    Live Intensely

    January and February. The months, at least in the Northern portion and central strip of the USA, that can be the most depressing of the whole year. Those months that are too cold or too rainy/snowy to get out of…