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How to Enjoy the Holidays When Grieving the Loss of a Loved One

This post contains an excerpt from GETTING GRIEF RIGHT: Finding Your Story of Love in the Sorrow of Loss, by Patrick O’Malley, PhD with Tim Madigan.

It was spring 1980 when my wife, Nancy, and I received some of …

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8 Reasons You Should Invest More Time Practicing Yoga

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Yoga is for everybody. The common belief is that only those flexible enough to touch their toes or do a split are entitled to practice yoga. That is not true. Yoga is more than physical strain and mere exercise. It is the way of thinking and a philosophy through the breathing exercises and stretches with […]

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Thanksgiving In Action

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Thanksgiving

Editor’s Note. We are less than a week away from Thanksgiving. The following  Thanksgiving article was posted in 2012. It is even more relevant today. Take some time this week to consider what Thanksgiving means to you. What will you give thanks for? What will win this year—black Friday or Thanksgiving? *************************** Thanksgiving Day is […]

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Train Your Mind: Overcoming Negative Thoughts Is Half the Battle

“Believe you can and you’re halfway there.” ~Theodore Roosevelt

I could not find the bottom of the pool.

The task seemed simple enough: Wearing no more than twenty pounds worth of gear, swim to the bottom of an eight-foot pool, …

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Nattering Neighbobs of Negativity Getting You Down?

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I generally do not watch the news—maybe one newscast a day but no more. The local news is filled with murder and mayhem, robberies, kidnappings and other reports of negative events and personal disasters. The national news is filled with the same only on a global scale. But I made an exception during the last […]

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Why I Was Addicted to Attention, Lies, and Drama

I’ve done a lot of things for attention that I’m not proud of. I’ve created drama. I’ve bragged. I’ve exaggerated. I’ve hurt people. I’ve hurt myself. I’ve lied and lied and lied.

No one wants to be labeled as an …

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Stop making the wrong choices

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As you reflect on your past, you realize that some of your choices were not good. You had warnings but went ahead anyway. Some of them were disasters and impossible to forget. How do you stop making the wrong choices? Wrong choices of the past You remember the woman you met who was very attractive. […]

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3 Ways to Fight Financial Stress Related to Healthcare Expenses

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One of the major aims of The Affordable Care Act was to motivate US residents to become well-informed about healthcare spending. The essence was, by using more out-of-pocket money for our health, we would spend more wisely for healthcare services. The glitch is that most individuals haven’t learned how to buy healthcare in a way […]

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5 First Steps for Travel Hacking

If you’re new to this blog, one of the things I write about is travel hacking—the art of having incredible experiences that would otherwise be unobtainable for most people.

It’s a bit different from budget travel, which tends to focus on staying on hostels, flying on low-cost carriers (LCCs), etc. Travel hacking can not only help you travel, it can help you travel better.

I stumbled on this world by accident. I just wanted to learn to travel for less, and then I got upgraded on a transatlantic flight. When it happened again a year later, I was hooked. Then a couple years later, I began my quest to visit every country in the world.

Travel hacking allowed this experience to be much, much cheaper. I can say with confidence that a full third of the 11-year project was either free or nearly free thanks to miles and points.

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The Healing Power of Creativity and Why It’s a Gift to the World

“Creativity is the way I share my soul with the world.” ~Brené Brown

I wrote a poem today for the woman I love(d).

Just a few weeks ago, I fully believed she was the one I’d be with forever. …

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