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Inspired By Disney

My oldest daughter first showed me that dreams come true. At age six, she wanted to go to Disney World. I told her the only way that would happen is if she went on her own when she got older—but … Continue reading

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A Writer’s Journey

Guest post in The Proofreader’s Parlour (UK). Read it here: “Spotlight: A Writer’s Journey (by Eva Blaskovic).” “In the martial art of Taekwondo, one of the life skills taught is perseverance. Thirty-seven years out of 48 amounts to roughly three-quarters … Continue reading

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Recipe For How to Choose to Make Your Life Better

Identification and acknowledgement allow a person to move on Before people can take advice on how to change their lives or businesses, they need to be acknowledged for where they are coming from, and require some empathy for their past … Continue reading

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When There’s No Time Or Energy For Change

There’s something you should do, a change you need to make. “But I just don’t have the time,” you say. To which people respond with this helpful advice: Make time. If you want it badly enough, you’ll find the time. … Continue reading

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