Browsing All posts tagged under »New Year’s resolution«

A Year of No Shopping

January 31, 2016

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I grew up wearing wearing hand-me-downs from my sister or mom’s friends’ children. I remember always being excited when we got huge bags of previously worn clothing and mixing and matching whatever caught my fancy. Shopping for new clothes was limited to occasions – close family weddings (for other weddings, we borrowed or repeated our outfits), […]

Lessons from (Alcohol) Abstinence

February 1, 2015

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My name is Henri and I am not an alcoholic. Let’s face it. Food and drinks are an integral part of our social lives. On weekends, an overwhelmingly large majority of us go over to our friends’ houses or head to crowded pubs and clubs or yell at tv screens as our favorite teams battle […]

Adopting Simplicity and the Gratitude Attitude

July 15, 2013

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When this year began, I wrote 2 posts on New Year’s Resolutions (NYRs). One of them was on how to keep NYRs. I am super proud to say that I kept my NYR of being vegetarian. This is the 6th time I have tried to become a vegetarian! But this is also the longest I […]

Don’ts and Dos of New Year’s Resolutions

December 18, 2012

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When I was in school, I always made new year’s resolutions (NYRs) and always broke them. Of course they were mainly about studying harder and not watching too much tv. But still. So I went about my 20s with a resolution to make no resolutions. Till 2012 happened. And of course keeping my resolutions for […]

That Time of the Year Again

December 17, 2012

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When 2012 began, I had no new year’s resolutions. Or perhaps, none that I said out loud. But I had two. (A) To spend the year working for families affected by Alzheimer’s and (B) Work out at least 3 days a week for a year. I am proud to say that I kept both my resolutions. […]

Diary of a Not-So-Angry Asian Adoptee

Mom, wife, adoptee, Huffington Post blogger, advocate and somewhat self-deprecating and neurotic goofball.

Because i love to write thats why

Writing my way through life..

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~ Madison Paige ~

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To be true to my own weirdnesses.

The Journey to Me

My thoughts and experiences about the battle to find the way back to myself

The Catalysts for Change

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Everlasting Smile Wisdom

Be the reason for a million smiles but never be a reason for even a single grudge

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please hold while I direct your call...

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Making it up as I go.

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Strong. Beautiful. Dedicated. Self-less. Inspiring. Friend.

Weird and Wonderful

Reflections for self awareness.

Embracing My Scars

Women empowerment. Equal rights. Domestic violence. Sexual abuse. Eating disorders. Self harm. Miscarriage. And the road to recovery.

Social Health

Insights on the Power of Social Bonds

Daily (w)rite

A DAILY RITUAL OF WRITING

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Kate Swaffer: Creating life with words: Inspiration, love and truth

PiesLiesAndThighs

I am my own therapist. Writing is my therapy.

off~peak

learning to go with the flow by going against the tide

karenwriteshere

Hope isn't an emotion, but a daily choice. Keep choosing the path of hope.

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One person's experience of living with dementia