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Category Archive for: ‘Life Changes’

  • What is Your Purpose?

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    Hello to all of the traveling souls out there! I came across this photo the other day and it really blew me away. I think most of us struggle with seeking our purpose. Have you found yours? This photo made so much sense to me. …

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  • Remembering 9/11: I Won’t Forget

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    I won’t forget. 13 years, a marriage, two apartments, two houses, and two kids later, and I won’t forget. I won’t forget sitting at my newly acquired desk, a brand new editorial assistant fresh out of college and only two months into my chosen career. …

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  • Freedom Found

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    Once you learn to read, you will be forever free. —Frederick Douglass We had a miraculous night in our home recently. Our 7 year old son finished reading his very first chapter book! I can’t describe how full of pride I am over his accomplishment, …

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  • TV to Paper: How I Became a Writer

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    I stumbled into writing. It wasn’t my intent as I prepared for my career. I was going to be a serious TV reporter, perhaps someday even an evening news anchor. In college I took all the required mass communication classes. I learned to prepare broadcast …

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  • Spring

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    Here in Philly, we are desperate for spring. Desperate. We had a quick preview this weekend with a lovely Saturday of 65 degrees and sun. We played outside with the kids and re-energized. Unfortunately, the cold set in once again the next day and by …

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  • Saying Goodbye & Staying Connected

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    Goodbyes are never easy.  Whether it’s a dear friend or a beloved family member, a meaningful part of your life is difficult to let go of. And we all say our goodbyes and deal with our loss in our own way. Some express sorrow with …

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  • Meaning in Suffering

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    I was fully prepared to write a simple blog post today directing you to a terrific grammar related post from Robyn, our publisher, over on her personal blog. However, in preparing to do so I stumbled over a quote in my personal stash of “Words …

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