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Overcoming Loneliness

Loneliness: One of the top ten googled words in February.  It was the year 2000 and my husband and I embarked on our grand adventure to leave family and friends and move to the other side of the world. It didn’t take long for… Continue Reading “Overcoming Loneliness”

Successful People Around The World Have One Thing In Common

Do you know ordinary people accomplishing great things? I do and am motivated by watching them change the world.  After years of friendship, I found one thing in common in all successful people. To begin with, Bill and Lori are 2 excellent and highly… Continue Reading “Successful People Around The World Have One Thing In Common”

Asia through The Eyes of an American Child

It caught my attention years ago, traveling in 100 degrees heat with a broken air conditioner while stuck in traffic in an Asian city.  I was just trying my best to hold myself together when I looked into the backseat to find 4 very… Continue Reading “Asia through The Eyes of an American Child”

How To Have An Optimistic Family

“Life inflicts the same setbacks and tragedies on the optimists as on the pessimist, but the optimist weathers them better.” Martin E.P. Seligman Are you an optimist, pessimist, or somewhere in the middle?  Do you feel that who you are must be who you… Continue Reading “How To Have An Optimistic Family”

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