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January 14, 2016

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The husband and I took a road trip from Toronto to Coralville, Iowa to spend Christmas with our favourite aunt. The drive was very uneventful, yet romantic. We listened to podcasts and our favourite music. Our holiday found us rottenly pampered – our aunt made our favourite food and we ate dessert for every meal. We […]

Things I Want to Say to an Ex

November 25, 2013

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I consulted Sid before I wrote this post. He said I should definitely make it a point to express my gratitude to a person who stood by me during my toughest phase. I am going to talk about someone who came into my life as a friend. We met when I was in college. I […]

How I Turned Around A Crappy Day

November 24, 2013

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Originally this post is supposed to see me bullet-ize my whole day. I love bullet points, but I also feel like I need a reason to bullet-ize! I have been having some interpersonal issues with a couple of people since a few days. It got to a point where even an innocuous text message from […]

How I Handle Jealousy

September 23, 2010

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Jealousy is a natural emotion. Yet we’re told that feeling jealous is not nice, which adds to our misery. Because when we feel jealous, not only are we feeling left out, we’re also feeling guilty, dirty, bad, un-nice, selfish, etc. I have to say that I feel jealous all the time. Everyday in fact. I […]

How to Change The Way You Feel

July 12, 2010

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The blues may be here to stay, and it may seem like there’s no way, but here’s something you can try to do, to make you NOT feel blue. Sometimes when we are down, it’s hard to pray, meditate or even share our feelings with someone else. We feel a disconnect with life around us. […]

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