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When To Take A Step Back From Blogging?

I think most bloggers feel guilty when we don’t pay attention to our blogs as much as we used to. I’m not going to lie, I personally feel that way when I spend less time working on my blog. But there are some times where you don’t have any choice than to take a step […]

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WRITING AND WHAT YOU KNOW

Hi SEers! Denise here to talk about writing what you know. This may be advice you’ve received as a writer. I know I heard it in writing classes and applied that idea to my settings. I live in a forest and have spent a lot of time at the ocean, so I am familiar with […]

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Sunset in Cold January – Hope

Every drive home from school I come to this intersection. Tonight I saw hope. Days are now longer. Sunsets are more brilliant, hanging onto their color until the end. Silhouettes of barns and trees make me want to stop and look. Really look. I smile.  I feel good.  I see hope. Jennie Sunset in Cold […]

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Hello February: Of Prosecco & Puzzles & Perceptiveness

PUZZLE PIECES CASUALLY STREWN ON DINING ROOM TABLE After a bitterly cold, yet rejuvenating, weekend of staying inside at home PLUS a well-deserved indulgence of Chocolate Chip cookies with Prosecco [see previous post for context about indulgence], I’m feeling better now. My silly self has returned, my smart self has kicked in, my stylish self […]

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Covid & Athletic Performance

Last december, i went 10 days to Dublin, Ireland for some vacations. Unfortunately, as soon as i stepped back to my home country, i immediately got tested positive (without symptoms) for the Covid-19. Obviously, i avoided crowded sports-areas such as gyms or swimming pools where i could spread the disease to other people. Instead, i […]

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Scandinavia to become almost entirely free of COVID restrictions – with Sweden to join Denmark and Norway in scrapping rules | World News | Sky News

Boosters increase protection against death from Omicron in over-50s to 95% – UKHSA; UK records 338 deaths – as it happened | World news | The Guardian

Things I Hate And Their Actual Loss Value

There are many things we probably hate about day trading. Things that stand in our way of successful trades. It’s just the nature of the beast. If day trading were so easy, everyone would be highly profitable by now. But if I were to really analyze it objectively, there are things I hate which don’t […]

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Elon Musk throws his support behind Canadian truck convoy protesting COVID mandates

Elon Musk Credit: JD Lasica/Flickr/Creative Commons 2.0 According to an article on Post Millenial, Elon Musk has thrown his support behind the Canadian truck convoy, which some estimate at 35,000 and 50,000 vehicles, who are heading to Ottawa to protest Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s COVID mandate. Canadian truckers rule — Elon Musk (@elonmusk) January 27, […]

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