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I Cannot Afford To Be Cheap – Luxury Vs. Small Spendings

Show Me the Money   Have you ever heard of the saying, “I cannot afford to be cheap?” I once had a person (let’s keep this gender neutral) who made a bold statement to me, that most of us, parents and non-parents alike, would consider it a social faux pas. Keep in mind, this happened…

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The Importance of Blank Space: Celebrating Boredom

We live in a society where we are constantly bombarded with new information, images, videos, adventures, and the latest of everything. We are sucked into social media and devise screens. This is not a world imagined even twenty years ago. A lot has changed, and we, humans in most societies, adapted to live in a…

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Remembering Veterans – A Personal Story

  This may seem off my blog topic. Today is 11.11. All of life is truly related. All that faces us are interconnected. This topic is not about honouring the veterans and doing the right thing in a public blog domain. This is about honouring my father, who set me up for the foundation of…

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Manifestation

Looking at the title, two usual reactions arise. Reaction 1. What is that (manifestation)? Reaction 2. Oh, here we go. More flaky B.S. First of all, do not insult B.S. To me, that is Britney Spears, who I adore.- off topic. Second, if the chances of making groundbreaking changes are so slim, not enough people…

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Double Nuggets of Gold: Tony Robbins Book Review and Seth Godin

I have been meaning to post for days, and time just flew by. It is certain that time ticks faster and days, weeks, and months just seem to disappear as we get older. Especially when we have children. There is so much multi tasking and loads more to think about. Yesterday was Halloween. It is…

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Personal Best

My last blog post promised a review of Tony Robbins’ bestseller “Money: Master the Game.” However, I was given a new book since my last post five days ago. This new book is a combination of many topics that make my mouth water, shoot adrenaline into my bloodstream, and it excited me so much that…

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