The most important thing to remember: we have a limited amount of time here and that means while we’re here we have to do things that serve us. When you make the decision to care for yourself, the end of the story is a happy one.
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We went down this path before, didn’t we? Or at least it feels like we did. But the perspective I’m supposed to write about today feels different.
Here’s how a true story of failure begins:
The Challenge asks me to write about Justice today. As a former news reporter, it’s hard to say if that concept is a real thing. Sometimes we don’t see it come to pass in even the most difficult situations. Let me tell you about one story I covered where Justice seems more imagined. You’ll understand […]
Women don’t ask for enough. It’s hard to do it.
There was a certain year and a certain car I’m sure you were driving when Richard Marx sang his way into the Top 40 with that one.
Let me tell you about a girl, we’ll call her Jenny. She doesn’t look anyone in the eye. She barely says “Hi” when you walk in the door. And this girl named Jenny is not a figment of my imagination.
He doesn’t really like the water. He won’t jump in and he feels like he has to wear his life-jacket all the time.
If you have to give yourself a grade, do you do it on a curve? Or is there a little bit of tough love and honesty from your psyche coming through?
Why did today have to be the day? The moment to wax poetic on what I’ve put into my body to sustain me and to satisfy hunger. Or the other way around.
Nothing like my kids breaking out Moonlight Sonata on the keyboard before 9a on a Sunday… pic.twitter.com/T86RqAEWG8
@GO_GeneK What did you see happen?
- I’ve been a skincare fanatic for years- thanks to a healthy dose of acne problems after I traveled around the country as a graduate consultant for a fraternal organization the …Read More »