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My Breast Cancer Journey – Discovery, Decision, D-Cups, Diet

My knowledge about Breast Cancer began at age 42 when my BFF was diagnosed.  Hers was a rarer form known as Paget’s Disease—the cancer cells collect in and around the nipple.  Only 5% of all Breast Cancers are Paget’s and most occur after age 62.  She thought she had a skin condition due to being …

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How We Accumulate and Organize Items in our Homes

I think it is safe to say, we will never SHOP the same after the 2020 Pandemic.   Many stores that have struggled to survive the past couple of years (Pier 1, JCPenny’s, Neiman Marcus, JCrew) are going to permanently close.  Some have already started clearance sales and store closings. Items that we previously purchased …

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Social Gatherings in a Physically Distant World

Regardless of your personal beliefs about COVID-19, our world has changed because of it.   Some businesses have closed permanently and the loss to their employees and the communities is heartbreaking.  Other companies are thriving, hiring, updating their products, and developing new and innovative solutions.  Much like many families, some are thriving while others are struggling. …

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Semi-Permanent Reality – The 2020 Pandemic

Our new Normal (at least for now) As I was researching information for this article, I was trying to think of an analogy that would best describe what we are experiencing.  The idea of Semi-Permanent Hair Dye came to mind! Let’s look at the similarities… Color choices range from “normal—brown, black, or red” to “bold-green, …

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