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Living Through the Pandemic

A time carved out of time. A chasm, deep, but not bottomless. The landscape is changing. What will it look like when this is over? Will it be ever over? I tell my students who are sad about missing their

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The Rare Toxin That Almost Killed my Daughter

Most mothers and daughters have their respective “issues” and my daughter and I were not exceptions. That slammed to a stop. She called me one morning in tears, asking me to come get her and take her to emergency. I

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Judith Shenouda

Author of Living Well in Froggy's World of Plenty: Sweet Talk to Read Aloud; A Bisl of This, A Bisl of That: Eating Our Way; and Career Success in 12 Easy Steps: A Journal; and Owner of Shenouda Associates Inc., Provider of Technical, Marketing, and Business Communications

Motivation for better life.

This site is here to help you with health issues, depression, anxiety, time management, daily life problems, etc. I will be glad if we walk together in this.

MIRACLES EACH DAY

Daily Devotionals on Writings Received from the Celestial -- A COURSE IN MIRACLES, A COURSE OF LOVE, THE WAY OF MASTERY, and CHOOSE ONLY LOVE

Pamela Clark, CPBC

The Parrot Steward Blog

KayCKay Book Reviews

No one ever reads the same book. We all react to the written word differently. The following are my opinions regarding the books I have read.

Through Open Lens

Home of Lukas Kondraciuk Photography

lucia's blog

Strive to understand and not to judge.

Pauline Hawkins

Writer. Teacher. Storyteller.

Youngfully Employed

"Your career is your business, so manage it like a CEO."

The Daily Post

The Art and Craft of Blogging

A Little Bit Softer Now.

Reflections on Popular Culture, Writing, and Tai Chi

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sarah cedeƱo

Culture Collage

Lori D. Nolasco