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Hiring out for DIY projects are a must in our house. Now that my husband is retired he dabbles with easier projects, but we've learned from experience to hire for the bigger more complex stuff. This year after he had knee replacement surgery I hired a dog walker and a company to plow our driveway. It hurt, but was needed.

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48 Days To The Work You Love
What is Dan Miller's book 48 Days To The Work You Love about ? Dan Miller, a life coach, has written a book not about finding a new job, but about discovering what you are going to “be.” According to Miller, failing to make that fundamental discovery is why...

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2016 – A Disruptive Year
I can’t bring myself to write about 2017, until I finish this
post which I started writing on December 31 st , 2016: Many people around the Internet claim 2016 was a bad
year.  For me, 2016 wasn’t great but it
wasn’t horrible either.  The year my company's ...

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I was in +Carlos P Beltran's podcast for freelancers! These are my tips on how to respond to the issue of "modern day slavery," i.e. unpaid internships/spec work in creative fields.

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Make sure you follow up with customers before the end of the year:

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Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar
Motivation for reading: I decided to read Cheryl Strayed’s book Tiny Beautiful Things: Advice on Love and Life from Dear Sugar after Rebecca Joines Schinsky included it on a list of books to read through your quarter life crisis  over on Book Riot . Rebecca...

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Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail
Motivation for Reading: Cheryl Strayed’s book Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail has been on my reading list since Oprah selected it for her revamped book club . At 26 Cheryl Strayed was by her own admission a mess. She had lost her mother...

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I Am the Ocean: A Pleasant Surprise
When Samita Sarkar emailed me to ask if I’d be interested in reviewing her travel memoir, I initially hesitated. Here is her description of what I Am the Ocean  is about: The memoir covers a backpacking trip along the east coast of the United States that I ...
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