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alcohol abuse, dry january
We’ve all seen the lost souls sitting on benches with a cheap beer or a bottle of discount vodka, unbathed and in dirty clothes. When we talk about alcoholics, that is usually the image our minds go to. Reality is – as always – a lot more complicated. Alcohol abuse has many faces and we could even divide the concept into alcohol abuse and alcohol misuse. And while the distinction can be important in some
Sarah Leigh, lifeitornot, mompreneur, blogging, blog, rocking the spectrum
Blogging has given me more than I could possibly have imagined when I started for real back in October ’18. There can be and are many reasons why we blog, us that succumb to that craving, be it passion, wanting to make a difference, share knowledge or make a living from your own living room, cafe or heck, even the beach, if we want to. What I think few realize before they start blogging and
If you have done my New Year Meditation© part 2, you will know, there is a question – or maybe I should say “kind reflection challenge” – that asks the meditator to define the difference between “dreams” and “goals”. I did the same thing in part 1, only the themes there were “excuses” and “reasons” – as I talked about in Jane Fonda – On Your Left!.Today I am going to share my point of
Last week I talked about lifestyle change as far as looking at your machinery; the food, the exercise, the sleep and the attention to good moments. This week I’ve hit you with the latest No Smoking Field Report, which dealt a little with the ways an addictive mind can try and play tricks on you. But what we sometimes forget is that the surroundings can play a part in our well being too. It depends
Fun fact – the older you get, the more often you catch yourself talking, or in the case of yours truly – writing, about how fast time goes by. Or am I just thinking it a lot, forgetting that I have never written that before? I have no real clue, honestly, and I must leave it up to observant and dedicated readers with better memories than mine, to uncover this insignificant piece of truth. Fact