Be Resolute!

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We’re here again—at that time of the year which most people consider the fulcrum for their decision-making for the year. The day in which, people, as if their whole lives depended on it, lay the weight of deciding on themselves how the rest of their world will turn for the next 365 days. New Years Day; the day of resolution for resoluters! Growing up in our household, New Years Day or the celebrating of it, weighed heavily on the religious side. It was a day marked for celebrating new life—celebrating the departure of a year that may have been filled

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Define Crazy: An Open Letter to A Troll

I’m so very proud of this brave mom. I had to share her open letter to a cyberbully. She is the mother of a beautiful baby with down syndrome.  Recently, she tweeted an adorable picture of her precious one soaking up the sun with the biggest smile on his face after being sick for a few days. A sick cyber punk attacked her photo by referring to her son as ugly. This an apparent practice of this idiot, seeking out down syndrome hashtags just to drop insults and hatred. Well, he met his match. This mom gave him the sweetest

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Let’s get lifted: Legalizing the joint

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  Marijuana, the new bandwagon for political officials and celebrity doctors. For years, marijuana, locally known as reefer, has been looked upon and compared by law enforcement officials to drugs far worse damaging than the drug itself. In fact, it is classified as a Schedule 1 drug substance. According to the United States Drug Enforcement Administration, “Schedule I drugs, substances, or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse.  Schedule I drugs are the most dangerous drugs of all the drug schedules with potentially severe psychological or physical dependence.  Some examples of Schedule I drugs are:

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Reading The Art of Baby Nameology by Norma J. Watts

Recently, I came in contact with a new connection, let’s call him M.S., on another social network. We were bantering back and forth on another writing topic when jokingly, he came up with the following: “The meaning of your name, Naomi, and its meaning is pleasant. Here is a haiku to describe you. The first three lines are the Japanese words. The second three, the Romaji, or rendering of those Japanese words into English characters. The last three lines are the English translation. In case, you are wondering how much Japanese I actually know, this is all from Google Translate”:

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Survival Guide

The internet is chock-full of chance: the chance to be a rock star, the chance to be a supermodel, the chance to be a movie star, you name it and chances are you’ll probably make it. There’s also great chance for you to make a complete fool of yourself if don’t have a strategic plan in place. But, let’s face it. A large percentage of people on the internet who we believe to be desire-to-be’s are really just wannabe’s. They want the be seen and they want to be heard, and for no other reason than that. They’re social media junkies.

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