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Cheers to 5 Years

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19 December 2014 Congrats to me…..I just realized (with the help of LinkedIn and my dear friend Anne G) that I’ve been blogging for (5) years this month. Thank YOU Dear Readers for your ever-lasting interest in whatever I find interesting at the moment! Here’s to many more years together and PLEASE send me your comments. I love hearing from you and I promise to become diligent about posting said…

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We’re Under Construction

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30 Nov 2014   Quick note:  my website is under revision and the face page that is currently live is no way the final draft that was planned for the relaunch. Because I got so caught up in my fave holiday, I didn’t notice semi-revisions that were made and went live. You-in-the-know how good design is in the details. Stay tuned Dear Readers.  

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Be Grateful

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1988 USA. NYC. Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade. 1988.

27 Nov 2014 Happy Thanksgiving Dear Readers.   Do yourself a favor today and take a moment out to quickly jot down what you’re grateful for. You’ll surprise yourself how fortunate you truly are.  Promise.      

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Mpls Scout is Out

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27 October 2014 Hope all had a fantastic weekend! Mine was action packed and the weather was amazingly gorgeous! Hey– when one is stuck between NoHu and NoLo and knows what’s coming our way in the very near future, one has to comment and take note of every (bleeping) great day. You-in-the know KNOW. Anyway– The Scout is out and Kerry did an outstanding job! And now back to me–…

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Fake It ‘Til You Become It

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24 September 2014 Looking for a little inspiration today? I’m always up for something. Here’s 18 minutes that is worth the watch for certain. Enjoy– and I’ll see you in the restroom (wink wink). “Amy Cuddy’s research on body language reveals that we can change other people’s perceptions — and even our own body chemistry — simply by changing body positions. ” Watch Ted Talks here.

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