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Being Mindful of Your Social Media Consumption

I recently went through a major social media purge. As I strolled through Copley Square checking my morning feed, I noticed how many irrelevant posts popped up on Instagram, Twitter, and Facebook. Invitations to events across the country. Photo comments … Continue reading

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Starting the Conversation: Asking for Help

It’s been both an emotional and enlightening month. As I reflect on June- how it began and how it is ending- I truly feel I’ve come full circle and am finally understanding what I can do to fulfill both my … Continue reading

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“Stuff” Doesn’t Feel Like a Burden Anymore

But it sure did for a while. Unsettled and at the very bottom of Maslow’s hierarchy of needs, things that once brought me joy eventually felt like a heavy load. It was, too- literally. I had dozens of boxes and … Continue reading

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Simple Glam- Making the Most of a Small Space

So, when all was said and done, I completed my bathroom makeover for under $70.  How did I do it?  Continue reading

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