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smiling kid

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Apr 17

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I so mart

My dad has a yellow binder of mostly handwritten notes about funny things my siblings and I said as kids. That binder is probably one of our most prized possessions, but not because of the binder itself. The experience of going through it together brings us back to the moment that was cherished enough to be remembered. […]

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jumping for joy

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Dec 16

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I am debt free

Last week, I made the final payment on my student loan, the last remnant of financial debt I’d been carrying. That makes me… DEBT FREE, baby! Over the last 10 years I’ve made it a priority in my life to be conscious about my relationship with money. Early on, I had a lot of fun […]

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May 15

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New chapter, new season

For as long as I can remember, I have not enjoyed goodbyes. I’ve sometimes tried to make them easier by saying, “See you later” instead, but there are times that this is just not true. There are some people and places that I will never see again.  In a past apartment, I had a favorite tree. Seeing it as I […]

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Aug 14

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Two steps at a time

A client recently asked me something like, ‘Should I wait to start looking for Mr. Right until I have my business launched?’ It could have been, “Should I wait to do what I love before I finish my formal education?” or “Should I wait until my kids are moved out before going back to work?” […]

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Feb 13

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How to be friends with everyone

Really, you want EVERYONE to be your friend? Can you really be friends with everyone? I mean, is it even possible? Your next “dinner with friends” might turn into a Madison Square Garden event. I used to think I could be friends with everyone. I kept numbers/emails from intriguing people I’d meet on my travels. […]

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