When It Doesn’t Work Out: Lessons Learned

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An #operationbeautiful note I posted in May 2014. 

Things you learn when a relationship ends:

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Things You Realize as You Get Older and/or Dive Too Deep Into the Comments Sections of the Internet

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An #operationbeautiful note I posted. October 2013.

 

Things you realize as you get older and/or dive too deep into the comments sections of the Internet:

  • If you can’t fix crazy and stupid, then you sure as hell can’t fix bitter and entitled. Just take a deep breath, let it go, show as much kindness as you can muster (or walk away) and only think of these people when you need cautionary tales to tell your kids or other loved ones.

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Everyday (Spa) Comfort

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An #operationbeautiful note I posted last year. February 6, 2015.

In a previous post, I talked about self-care and how it has benefited me since I recently made a point of carving out time for myself on a regular basis.

This time around, I want to go more in depth about one of the ways I go about caring for myself: at-home-spa days.

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New Year, New Magic and Not-So-New Music

 

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A mural inside Hendershot’s Coffee in Athens, Ga.

I’m not a musician. I might be more than a little tone-deaf. And a consistent sense of rhythm is something that escapes me on a daily basis.

My taste in music is best described as an eclectic mix, often featuring dad-joke-levels of corniness and sugary pop. It’s very Billboard, but there are some random tracks here and there to keep things interesting.

That said, despite all of the above, there is one musical superpower I have. You ready?

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