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How to Live Alone in a Foreign City: I Don’t Speak the Language!

How to Live Alone in a Foreign City: I Don’t Speak the Language!

Almost everything I owned was strapped to my person. I gripped my one-way ticket as I stood at my gate in the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport. The rental car turned in. Draped in three different jackets to beat the checked bag weight restrictions, I triple checked my backpack, carry-on, and guitar…

Posted by Anne Dorko in Articles, Learn Obsessively, Live Freely, 0 comments
How to Attain Jaw Dropping Goals: Organize Your Steps, Week by Week

How to Attain Jaw Dropping Goals: Organize Your Steps, Week by Week

Some days it seems as if everyone else is doing so much better than we are. How is that everyone has it together, while we’re just floundering? Good news! You’re not alone. First of all, they all feel the same way. Second, you can end the pity party and begin working towards your crazy goals right..

Posted by Anne Dorko in Articles, Live Freely, Work Happily, 0 comments
The Power of Intent: How to Turn Your Dreams Into Reality and Achieve Your Goals

The Power of Intent: How to Turn Your Dreams Into Reality and Achieve Your Goals

Humanity is cursed with self-awareness. We want to live intentionally, we want to feel fulfilled, we seek purpose and meaning in everything.

We fear emptiness, the void where a sense of self should be. We loathe the idea that we could wander through life only to reach the end and realise…..

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Change Is Sort Of Inevitable (But Stability Can Be Really, Really Nice)

My cell phone died recently, which meant I had to go to the cell phone store. Just typing that gives me the shivers.

Going to the cell phone store is a huge pain. There are a lot of shiny lights and expensive gadgets and people wanting to sell me things I really don’t want to buy. I hate..

Posted by Kat Franchino in Articles, 0 comments

Detouring around life’s snags and ruts

I am scared and have been since I was a kid. Fear of new things, people and, most of all, the things people say about me. It’s disturbing that the sayings I remember most are from when I was fairly young. Such as the fact I needed to smile more, that I was selfish and loved only myself, that being..

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