Monthly Archives: October 2015

Dying to be Beautiful

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  As I typed the title of this article, I cringed because I know oh so well how true it really is. Now, I don’t mean “dying to” in the sense of wanting, longing, dreaming, as some might think. There are some who are actually dying, being disfigured or harming themselves in other ways in […]

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If Coffee Were Self-Esteem

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If some took a huge chug of self-esteem like they did their favorite cup of Joe  each morning, there would be a lot less insecurity, jealousy, bad decisions, and even crime, not to mention overall bad attitudes. Many say that coffee is an essential and necessary part of living to them, which is fine, but so should […]

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Don’t You be the Judge

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Yesterday as I stood in a long line at the tax office, I noticed people glancing at something in another line and stepping around it with disgust. As I looked closely, I noticed it was a pair of shoes. Why were they there? I then scanned the room to see if there was someone with no shoes on. […]

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The Joy of Celebrating

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I have always loved celebrations, but my greatest joy came when I learned to celebrate someone besides myself. This was not an easy feat for me. What I found when I truly started to self-reflect was that my selfishness and insecurities had me believing that when I celebrated others, I diminished my own self-worth. As I […]

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