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Dec.27.2013
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Forget New Year’s Resolutions! By Bernadette A. Moyer Forget resolutions this year I am going with affirmations! Can anyone remember what “resolutions” they made last year? And I bet that if you do it is because you have the same ones lined up yet again for this year. Me, I am not doing them, not...
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Dec.23.2013
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Christmas Past By Bernadette A. Moyer Our Christmas past, we all have them, the childhood ones and the young adult ones and then the adult Christmas past too. Some Christmas holidays stand out more than others. I will never forget the year I lived at my grandparent’s hotel when I was just seven...
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Dec.21.2013
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Who I Am By Bernadette A. Moyer Wow! What a big question, “who I am?” Not in relation to others like somebody’s mom or wife, or friend or sister or co-worker, but who are we to ourselves? Blake Shelton has a song with a line that goes. “Who are you when no one is looking?” On Fix Your Life from the...
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Dec.10.2013
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You Can Be a Blessing! By Bernadette A. Moyer Tis the season of giving, who and what can we be a blessing to at this most wonderful time of the year? There is always someone that can benefit and be lifted up by our actions and our gifts. Our giving spirit is what we do for ourselves. The benefits...
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Dec.08.2013
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Believe By Bernadette A. Moyer What do you believe? Our beliefs often become our reality. If we believe it, it must be true. We all have our own unique beliefs. What are some of yours? I still believe in Santa Claus! And I believe that good wins out over evil and that doing good makes for a better...
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Dec.05.2013
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The Last Day By Bernadette A. Moyer Most of us live our lives in the “next day” and the “today” mode and few of us think about our “last day.” And yet we all have one, a last day. I remember my Nana used to watch a Soap Opera called Days of Our Lives and the tag line was “like sand through the...
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Nov.26.2013
Some Things Never Go Out of Style By Bernadette A. Moyer Some things never go out of style and are appreciated today like they were long ago. One of the greatest parts of Officiating weddings is meeting with so many young people. Most of the couples I marry are in their late twenties and early...
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Nov.24.2013
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A Thanksgiving Prayer By Bernadette A. Moyer May you have an abundance of light, love and laughter. May you be surrounded by loved ones and may your heart be filled with joy. We thank you Lord Jesus for all that we have and we appreciate our family, our friends, the food that we share, the warmth...
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Nov.20.2013
“No One Reads Books Anymore” Ah Say What? By Bernadette A. Moyer Last fall I suggested an author event to an executive director of a local nonprofit I was associated with when he promptly replied, “no one reads books anymore!” All of a sudden I felt really old. He was young in his thirties and I...
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Nov.16.2013
When Parents Want Out By Bernadette A. Moyer Most of us would agree that kids don't come with a money back guarantee. It is risky business having children. You never really know what your getting whether it is a biological child or an adopted one, there is some chance and some luck along with lots...
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Nov.14.2013
Blame is So Cheap and Responsibility Expensive By Bernadette A. Moyer Let's face it responsibility is going to cost you something. Blame is really cheap. We grew up in a time when it was an admirable quality to being responsible. The responsible one got the promotion and the job. The responsible...
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Nov.08.2013
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Forever Changed By Bernadette A. Moyer In life there are many things that happen where the end result is that we are forever changed. A child is born in complete innocence and yet life takes its turns where they are no longer innocent but become seasoned to the ways of the world. Life isn’t always...
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Nov.07.2013
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And The Summer Became The Fall By Bernadette A. Moyer “And the summer became the fall I was not ready for the winter” from the song Nightbird by Stevie Nicks. I am never ready for winter, I mean yes I have the coats, the hats, the boots, the gloves and scarves but mentally I am a summer and a...
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Nov.06.2013
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It’s The Little Things That Often Give Us The Most Pleasure By Bernadette A. Moyer Earlier today I was getting ready to go outside and so I put on my orange vest. When I put my hands in the pockets I found $4.63. It made me happy! It was unexpected and I didn’t know that it was there. That little...
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Nov.05.2013
Trust Yourself and Trust in the Universe By Bernadette A. Moyer Staying true to ourselves can be a challenge in a world that wants to judge and label people. I recently heard from a seasoned real estate professional that the average homebuyer makes the decision to purchase a home during the first...
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