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Before the Getting, Comes the Giving

Our culture may seem to be consumed by getting. However, giving first has always been and will always be a better approach to life, love, success, and happiness. Giving is a fundamental part of living

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A New Take on the Golden Rule: Are You Treating Yourself as You Treat Others?

You likely learned The Golden Rule a young age. It’s still a powerful guide for life. But are you applying it to yourself as well as to others? The Golden Rule is a beautiful guiding star. “All

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You’re Staying Present … But Are You Staying Positive?

They say “live in the moment.” They say “be positive.” And they say “be present.” Are you staying positive? How are YOU showing up? Staying present is more than the

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How to Avoid a Croissant By Alison Loyd

Some of you will see this title and think, “Why would you want to do that?” Others may find it pretty easy to understand. When you struggle with a food addiction, it’s never easy. Who

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Guacamole By Christina Loveless

I learned to make guacamole from my dear aunt, Liz, a number of years ago. She taught me a certain way and for a while, I did exactly what she had showed me: I diced the avocado, tomato and red onion,

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Maintenance or Crisis Response – By Rhonda Wise

Cars, children, finances, marriages, friendships; what do all these things have in common?  There may be several correct answers, but the one in my mind is that they all take maintenance in order to avert

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Trust – It’s Mostly About Me By Rhonda Wise

Trust, a word that I keep coming across a lot in my life lately. I don’t know about you, but when a word seems to reoccur in my life over a period of time, I finally ask myself and God, “Ok, what about

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I am HEARING again! By Denise Wikoff

Before I went through The Journey Training I thought I had my life pretty “together”, not perfect by any means but better than a lot of people. I was, of course, in complete denial! I was broken, bruised,

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MIND THE GAP

“Mind the gap” is a warning phrase issued to rail passengers in the United Kingdom (and elsewhere) to take caution while crossing the gap between the train door and the station platform.  There were

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The Complete and Actionable Mini-Guide to a Happy Marriage

Happy marriages aren’t simply the result of great luck; they need a foundation of hard work and concrete actions taken over time. Learn how to build your marriage to unprecedented heights with these

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