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On the Way to the Nail Salon

On the Way to the Nail Salon by Laura Orsini I’ve never been much of a New Year’s Resolutioner. My preference is to select a word for the year – my 2019 word is completion – and focus on doing, … Continue reading

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A New Resolution: Don’t Worry About What Doesn’t Get Done!

A New Resolution: Don’t Worry About What Doesn’t Get Done! by Patricia Grady Cox I suppose it’s obligatory to write something inspirational for the New Year. After all, it is January. We want to set our goals, put our noses … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: Best Mindset for the New Year

The Effective Author: Best Mindset for the New Year by Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM ©2019 World Rights Reserved Right now, a shiny New Year stretches before us. Like a blanket of white snow covering the landscape, undefined time scrolls … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: Got Goals?

The Effective Author: Got Goals? © 2018 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. This time of year, there’s a lot of conversation about goals, what one’s goals should be, and whether we have set them for the next … Continue reading

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How to Be a Winner

How to Be a Winner by Barbara Renner Most of you know by now that Hubby and I drive north from Arizona to Minnesota for the summer. We do this for three reasons: cooler weather, fish, and golf. “Huh? Golf?” … Continue reading

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The Effective Author: Getting More Done by Changing the Way You Write Your List

The Effective Author: Getting More Done by Changing the Way You Write Your List © 2018 Kebba Buckley Button, MS, OM. World Rights Reserved. kebba.com Sometimes the smallest changes have the largest impact, and changing the way you write your … Continue reading

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The Two-toed Sloth

The Two-toed Sloth by Rita Goldner One of my favorite activities is sketching animals, especially from life. While I have plenty of subjects among friends’ pets, I much prefer exotic animals, so you’ll find me frequently sitting on a folding … Continue reading

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