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Patrick Ireland

My name is Patrick Ireland, living in the Philippines with my wife and two daughters. I have been studying the web for over a decade. Now that I am 60 years old, I am starting to apply some of the knowledge that I have gained. "Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow. The important thing is to never stop questioning." -Einstein.

Finding Emotional Independence

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Emotional independence starts from within. You can learn to embrace and enhance your self-leadership skills and to become the source

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Self-Esteem: Would You Rather Be Right or Happy?

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Would you rather be right or happy? This is a questions many counselors ask on a rather frequent basis with

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Red Lentil Masala with Spinach

I am always amazed at what inspiration come from the food blog community. There are wise words of wisdom, quirky anecdotes, and most of all, tons of amazing food. Every time I check out my favorite blogs, I find myself making notes on things I want to try or ideas I have for recipes. When [...]

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Choose Hobbies That Help You To Relax

Hobbies can be therapeutic pastimes. Do not choose hobbies that are stressful and can raise your blood pressure. Instead, choose hobbies that help you to relax, and lower your stress. Meditation, Yoga, and even fishing can transform your senses to a state of calm, as you simply concentrate and relax …

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A Beautiful Mind, Mental Workouts To Strengthen Your Brain

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Have you ever walked into a room and forgot what you went in there for? Perhaps you lost your train

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5 Myths About Setting Boundaries That Steal Your Joy and Lead to Resentment

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Compassionate people ask for what they need. They say no when they need to, and when they

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Summer Vegetable Frittata

There is no secret regarding my love of frittatas. That’s because this easy egg dish comes together quickly, can serve as a base for endless vegetables, grains, and cheese, and can feed anywhere from two people to a crowd. This vegetable frittata recipe is loaded with summer goodness, highlighting what I feel is the best [...]

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Longer Than Expected

How do I balance my innate human desire to estimate how long something will take, with the reality that I often have little control over this truth? Is the point to do my best in estimating, to get a general sense, and then to leave it? Is the point to do some planning, but to never decide that Read More

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The Philippines Can Take Great Pride In Providing Sambong Tea, To The World

    There is no doubt, and most of the experts would agree, that Sambong Tea is a miracle tea. Derived from the Sambong Leaf, that grows prolifically in the Philippines, where we live. Sambong is a natural, herbal tea that provides relief to people who are suffering from problems …

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5 Ways to Find Peace: Life Lessons from an 8th Grade Teacher

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“Life is a succession of lessons which must be lived to be understood.” ~Ralph Waldo Emerson

Good Morning, and welcome to 8th grade History with Mr. Bacchus. The first thing I need everyone to do is to take out your

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