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Sweet Corn Polenta with Roasted Tomatoes and Avocado

Post sponsored by California Avocado. See below for more details. Even though we don’t have any little guys in school, Mack’s schedule is such that it feels like he is in school. I pick him up from care at 3:30 and from there it’s a long slide into dinner. He’s in the kitchen “helping” me [...]

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A New Adventure Awaits…

Next Saturday, I am due to give birth to my daughter. She is the first child of Daniel and I. I do not know what is in store for us but I trust and I can feel this is the greatest adventure we have ever undertaken. This moment, right now, feels like the space in between the in-breath Read More

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How to Ask for What You Want and Need (No, It’s Not Selfish)

“It’s not selfish to put yourself first—it’s self-full.” ~Iyanla Vanzant

I’ve always thought of myself as individualistic. When I was a teenager, I often felt the desire to go against the grain, dressing alternatively and shunning bands my peers liked …

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Chimichurri | Cooking Component

We are a sauce family. It’s one of the food items my husband is most opinionated about. He’s usually a sport with most things I make but his top complaint is when something doesn’t contain a sauce. Because of this, sauces make up a large portion of my component list. Like this chimichurri verde, most [...]

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Payroll Business Solutions Unveils Redesigned Website With Secure Encryption

www.payrollbs.co.uk, Payroll Business Solutions's redesigned website now comes with an industry leading 256-bit secure encryption.

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Breaking the Chains of Victimhood When You’ve Been Abused

“Toxically shamed people tend to become more and more stagnant as life goes on. They live in a guarded, secretive, and defensive way. They try to be more than human (perfect and controlling) or less than human (losing interest in

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Irene Conlan says “Let’s Chat”

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

Unfortunately, our scheduled guest for this week’s show is not able to join us. It’s been a very long time since I had the opportunity to do the show alone so I’m going to take it.  Many of you listen to the show as a download later. But if you listen to it “live” I […]

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A 7-Step Plan for Finding Love After a Devastating Breakup

“Resilience in love means finding strength from within that you can share with others.” ~Sheryl Sandberg

It took me a couple months to start repairing my broken heart after the toughest breakup of my life. I thought we were going …

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Green Bean Curry

In the realm of curries, it is hard to pick my favorite. There are so many different flavors that one could highlight through fresh herbs and spices. One of my go-to sauces in the past year has been this green curry sauce. It’s a loose riff on Thai green curry. Traditionally, green curry that comes [...]

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Why Every Blogger and Guest Blogger Needs Grammarly

The Self Improvement Blog | Self Esteem | Self Confidence

I thought I was a reasonably competent writer. I have always loved words—both written and spoken, and I grew up loving grammar. The teachers often called on me to go to the board and diagram a sentence. I never, ever let a participle dangle and ending a sentence with a preposition was a definite no-no. […]

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