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218. How to… use a crutch without relying on one.

To say I have been exhausted lately would be an understatement. I don't even really know how to put into words everything that has been going on, but it's been an incredibly long couple of days. Or weeks. The house hunt thing took a pause because we were told there was supposedly an issue that… Continue reading 218. How to… use a crutch without relying on one.

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214. How to… take it all in.

I feel like I've been a bit slow on the uptake this month. RL has been rearing its ugly head... but not necessarily in all bad ways? The issue with my leg is still a mystery, and I'm not really sure when we'll get it sorted out. In the meantime, I've not really been able… Continue reading 214. How to… take it all in.

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199. How to… look for the positives.

As someone who has 'It's been a rough week' as a staple in the vocabulary, I like to think I've become somewhat of an expert in the not-so-subtle art of not giving a f*ck when the world hands me lemons. This is not to say that I can't make a kick-butt glass of lemonade. On… Continue reading 199. How to… look for the positives.

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198. How to… be (unapologetically) comfortable in your own skin.

I have not felt very well the last couple days. It comes in waves, really. I'll feel fine, and then feel like I've been hit by a very large truck. So... it's been interesting. I think it's a combination of things, really. The weather, for one. It's going back and forth like a ping pong… Continue reading 198. How to… be (unapologetically) comfortable in your own skin.

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179. How to… start a new conversation.

Sometimes, we get so utterly stuck in the way that things are that we find it hard to even fathom that we have the power to mitigate our own circumstances. Sometimes, we get so wrapped up in the things that hurt us or the things that could go wrong if we take that chance or… Continue reading 179. How to… start a new conversation.

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177. How to… not let them down (or yourself either, for that matter)…

It's been a rough week. Or couple of weeks? Sometimes I feel like a broken record when I have to type that out, but c'est la vie, I guess. So, my computer bit the dust. I am lucky enough that I had money in savings to get a new one, but I lost everything -… Continue reading 177. How to… not let them down (or yourself either, for that matter)…

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167. How to… pick your battles.

Here's the thing: We all have something that we're passionate about. We all have those topics that just get under our skin, or those people in our lives who just make us want to fight for what we believe in. It doesn't matter where that comes from. Somewhere, buried deep within each of us -… Continue reading 167. How to… pick your battles.

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150. Pro-tip: Don’t just sit around and wait…

FOMO is real. And for those of you who don't know what that is... Well, today, you're about to get a little lesson. FOMO or Fear of Missing Out is exactly what it sounds like. And it's just as alive in Second Life as it is in the real world - perhaps even more so… Continue reading 150. Pro-tip: Don’t just sit around and wait…

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149. Helmet, knee, and elbow pads not required (unless you’re one of those people who thinks the Golden Rule shouldn’t apply to you, in which case, we need to talk…)

Trying new things often means that you run the risk of failing. Not everything can be a success all the time... and that's okay. If we were all perfect all of the time, we'd be boring as hell. And without failure, we wouldn't have some of the wonderful and happy little accidents that we do… Continue reading 149. Helmet, knee, and elbow pads not required (unless you’re one of those people who thinks the Golden Rule shouldn’t apply to you, in which case, we need to talk…)