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Penetrating the Cloaking Device: My Renewed Love for Freelancing

I recently pitched an article topic to a publication with the title, "Am I no longer employable?" I'm not prone to hyperbole, but rather I was reflecting on what I continually referred to as a run of bad luck with nightmare clients. The thing was, I wasn't taking responsibility for why I had had this…
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Goodbye Facebook

"There's a trick to the 'graceful exit.' It begins with the vision to recognize when a job, a life stage, or a relationship is over—and let it go. It means leaving what's over without denying its validity or its past importance to our lives. It involves a sense of future, a belief that every exit…
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Healing Covid Using Mother Nature Alone

Baseline Temperature The first thing I did was take my temperature for a baseline: 97.7, which is normal for me. Then I familiarized myself with the most common symptoms associated with Covid. Recalling back to the earliest cases in which many people needed to go on a ventilator, my takeaway was that people's airways weren't…
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Conversations with Doctors that Make Me Wanna Roll My Eyes

Following is a stream of consciousness I wrote in a comment on a Facebook post. It describes the absurdity and reckless behavior of the so-called healthcare industry that I've encountered most of my adult life that has only gotten worse the older I have gotten. Now in my 50s, whenever I see a doctor, they…
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Why Writers are not Farmers

I spend many hours a day chained to my desk researching and then writing articles. After several hours of staring at the computer, with a pair of glasses to protect my eyes, wrist braces to prevent repetitive stress injuries, and repeated breaks to stretch my tired hands, back and hips (um and butt), I walk…
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