Rachel Curry

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Apr 16

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A bounce house for dinosaurs, of course

Few things are quite as entertaining and amazing as the mind of a child, where imagination and reality can coexist. Children are so present to their emotions, are so quick to forgive, and who could forget that ever present curiosity?   In February, I helped out a preschool as they found a full time teacher. Having spent […]

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Living your mission

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Sep 15

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Mission centric, mission pithy

Are you memorable? A mission statement has to be memorable to be remembered. Seems obvious, doesn’t it? It has to be simple, short, and meaningful. Then, living that mission becomes easy as breathing. You know what to say yes to, and what to say no to. I recently came across a memorable mission statement by […]

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Jan 15

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She was pointing with her middle finger

Last week, a friend of mine shared some stories with me about when she was young and moved to the states. She joked about being intrigued by the pencil sharpeners and confused by the Pledge of Allegiance, (both which seem commonplace to me having grown up in this country). As time passed, she began to […]

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Nov 13

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Attitude check

You don’t deserve anything for just getting out of bed this morning, but you are worthy of respect, love, kindness and compassion simply for being human.  It’s time to be a little more conscious, friends.  Ask yourself, Is my behavior deserving of respect, love, kindness, and compassion? AND, if you’re up for a ...

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Mar 13

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How to fight fair.

I think it is WAY easier to want to throw stuff, storm out, or pout over some yummy dark chocolate in the heat of a fight.  But if my goal is to grow as a person and grow closer to those I love, those strategies don’t serve me so well. (I may be right, but […]

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