For the last 20 years, I’ve been fighting the battle of the bulge. More often, the bulge wins but it’s time to take control.
They say it takes a great change to make us understand the error of our ways and sometimes, that comes with a painful set of physical side effects.
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Fear of rejection holds us back more than we know. It’s the ominous voice in our head that tells us we aren’t good enough. It’s the crushing weight of self-doubt that prevents us from moving forward.
I know. I’ve been there.
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“Madam, I’ve removed all the marks on the photograph.”
Beaming, he smiled up at me, in all his 20-something eagerness, conscious of having done the best possible thing for a client.
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Do you speak to your readers? Do you listen to what they want? Do you believe that reader engagement matters for you as a blogger?
Blogging is something I love with a passion. It’s one thing I consciously make time for, or at least try to, every week. With three blogs to manage, things can get a little out of hand at times so I try to keep my expectations realistic and my goals simple.
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Moments are so beautiful, aren’t they? They hold such promise, so much incredible potential and are amazing for as long as they last.
But the truth is also this: moments are fleeting. It’s why we need keepsakes, souvenirs, tokens, mementos to help us relive these moments many months or years down the line.
As I sat here, wondering what would be my most cherished possession, or rather, one among many , my eyes fell upon this.
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Depression can happen to anyone, any time. You’ve heard my story before, more than once.
Today, I share with you a story of an anonymous survivor who wanted you to hear her tale. When you listen, do it with compassion and empathy. You never know when you’ll need it in return.
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