It’s a Scam

  Do you have any idea how many scams are running at any given time? Many. LOTS. I discovered this due to the fact that my current project is redistributing my 83-year-old mother-in-law’s accumulated possessions. This because her 563 storage units are costing her more than the value of the …

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Books Revisited

A world without books. Real books. Those made of paper embedded with ink. I remember some saying that eventually everything will be electronic. Printed books will be gone. Defunct. What a horrifying thought. However, I doubt that all the books could be replaced completely by virtual reality. Perhaps there may …

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A Poem: ‘Good Bye’

Good Bye   Met up with a friend today, A girl I knew from long ago. She’d always been a bright young thing, In her eyes a living glow.   We talked of times of energy, Accomplishments and useful deeds, Of hope and its accoutrements, Of dreams, what ifs, of …

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You Need a Hug

***Dedicated to my friend Lisa who put me onto the importance of 20-second hugs***   International Hugging Day falls on the 21st of January. I know that’s a way off, but it’s always good to be prepared. Why does hugging need a special day anyway? Really, we should be rolling …

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The Power of Naps

  For time untold, cats have had the right idea. Naps are good. It’s not lazy or unproductive; in fact, it could be the most productive thing you do all day! Napping can refresh the mind, boost creativity and intelligence, and improve health. Even big companies like Uber, Google, and …

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On Being Bipolar

**Today’s post was contributed by Honorary Survivor Bunny, Heather Jacobs**   One will never reach the other. One sulks while the other takes excessive risks. One gives up hope while the other is angry. Somewhere between this impossible duo, is me. I am running. I am rushing to take messages from one …

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