Monthly Archives: May, 2019

Thank You, To Our Service Men & Women

#Memorial Day, # Remembering those who serve our country, #Honoring our Vets, #God Bless America, #Gratitude, #Pride, #Thankful, #Flag, #Remembering those who’ve died for our country, #Peace, # Memories, #Men, #Women, #Families

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8 Free Things You’re Probably Paying For

Check out this great video from the Youtube Channel “The Financial Diet.” The woman Chelsea Fagan in this video is the founder of the website (by the same name) and has a team of other fab women that are really good at giving great savvy financial advice. These great millennial women give good advice in …

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Morehouse Commencement Speaker Announces Grant to Pay off Student Loans for Entire Class of 2019

Billionaire Robert F. Smith (shown on the left)  just paid it forward for nearly 400 graduating seniors at Morehouse College.  The AJC reports that during his remarks at Morehouse’s Sunday morning commencement exercises, Smith surprised everyone in attendance by announcing that his family was providing a grant to eliminate the student debt of the entire …

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An Unlikely Friendship Between 4-Year-Old And “Old Person”

    This is such a touching story. While I was in Tennessee a couple of years ago for my aunts funeral, I saw my uncle (her husband) go through this same feeling of no longer having a purpose to continue living. Many of our elderly persons who lose a spouse feels they no longer …

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One Day It Will Just Click

  #Self love, #Self pride, #Believe in yourself, #Love yourself, #What really matters, #Inspire, #Inspirational quote, #Encouragement, #You’ve come a long way baby, #Remember whos you are, #Becoming, #Realization, #Living your best life, #Recover, #Pinterest.com

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5 Thoughtful Ways to Love and Support a Single Mom

Being a single mom is a unique struggle. Not only does she deal with the loss of a relationship—be it through a break-up, divorce, or death—but she also single-handedly bears the responsibility of a child. People tend to treat single moms one of two ways—as invisible, or with judgment. Neither is the way to go. …

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10 Ways to Honor Your Mom’s Memory on Mother’s Day

For those of us who have lost our moms, Mother’s Day can be a sad day; especially if we focus on what we’ve lost rather than remembering all we’ve gained because of their influence. So, when Mother’s Day comes around each year, rather than concentrate on loss, we can choose to celebrate our mother’s lives …

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10 Extraordinary Things to Write in Your Mother’s Day Card This Year

How many times have you walked away from the greeting card aisle empty handed because you couldn’t find the a card with the perfect message? Or, how many expensive cards have you purchased that “sort of” conveyed what you were trying to say? This Mother’s Day, forget about commercial greeting cards that miss the mark. …

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5 Ways Which Can Help You Deal With Mondays

Maybe you’re the person who jumps out of bed on Monday morning bright-eyed and eager to take on the week. If so, congratulations! You’re crushing it! Hooray for you! That’s not me. I suspect most people are more like me in this area. I don’t exactly dread going to work on Monday morning, but I’m …

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