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Danielle Dunbrasky
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Avoiding the word LAZY
I am finished with my eighth week of nursing school. I
have two weeks to go and I am amazed I have done so much in so little time. It
is incredibly exciting to be in a new town and meet new people that I genuinely
enjoy being around. I try and do fun things...
Avoiding the word LAZY
Avoiding the word LAZY
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My Success Story
Early morning Texas and it is already hot and very muggy. I’m
in bed getting ready to study for pathophysiology with a nice cup of coffee. My
baby boy Wyatt, is watchfully guarding the house by letting me know when cats
pass by. I know this is so overdue it...
My Success Story
My Success Story
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In My Shoes
I’ve introduced myself and some of my symptoms to give you
all an idea why my path to health is so important. I definitely underlined the
fatigue part. Without going into too much detail of why exactly I am the way I
am (and that would only be speculation b...
In My Shoes
In My Shoes
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Letting Go
I've been thinking of this next post for awhile now. I mean, since
the last time I wrote. So, this may be a bit longer because I may
have to go on a “philosophical” journey towards the end. I just got done cooking a lot! I kept coming home and not cooking
m...
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Reflecting upon Overachieving
I reflect upon who I am, who I was, and who I want to become often. In fact, if I could wake up every morning with a hot cup of tea in a big comfy armchair to just ponder life, I would. Sometimes, I honestly do because my mind won't let me go forward in the...
Reflecting upon Overachieving
Reflecting upon Overachieving
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Still Lots to Do
I hope everyone had a wonderful holiday and that they successfully came back to reality. So far I have been working full time, attempting to study for online classes, keeping a pretty demanding social life due to recent developments, and still eating plant-...
Still Lots to Do
Still Lots to Do
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A Whole Lot to Do, With a Side of Resolutions
New Year rolls around and almost everyone has their resolutions
in mind. Setting dates for yourself to start on a goal you have is
perfectly acceptable. I tend to have resolutions at the beginning of
every week. Maybe that's why resolutions and I don't get ...
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Does anyone enjoy December in the PNW?
Sorry for the month long hiatus. This Washington winter is already
kicking my butt. The sun raises around seven thirty and the sun sets around
three thirty.  So I get about a full work
day worth of “sunlight”, which has definitely been made better by the fa...
Does anyone enjoy December in the PNW?
Does anyone enjoy December in the PNW?
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PBOAB Challenge Week 1
Plant Based On a Budget has produced a challenge for this month in
which they are making FREE meal plans that will allow someone to
spend $25/person a week. I am actually really excited to be doing
this challenge. I might fail right off the bat because I do...
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Bag of Produce Challenge
I have the most amazing and supportive family. They help me with
everything I need. By moving to Spokane and being closer to them, I
have benefited from some perks. Recently, my great aunt has been
giving me a large bag of veggies and fruit (see pic) as she...
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