Category Archives: Beauty

  1. Doing Better

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    July 13, 2018 by Julia

    I can always do better. And maybe that is okay. It’s not an indictment of my character, or a wallowing …
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  2. On Selfies

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    April 4, 2018 by Julia

    I’m not so different than the selfie-posting-people, is what I’m reminding myself. In fact, they may have certain things figured out better than I do, because they don’t have any shame about saying to the world: here I am, take it or leave it. I may be vain, I may be brave, I may be bored or needy. I may be longing for a little reassurance.

  3. Weaving Your Safety Net

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    March 20, 2018 by Julia

    At times I have trouble just relaxing. But I still need to do it, even if I don’t enjoy it …
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  4. Favorite Things + Links

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    April 2, 2016 by Julia

    We’re finishing up Spring Break around here, which means the house is trashed and there hasn’t been much time for …
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  5. Swimsuit Season

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    August 11, 2014 by Julia

    It’s swimsuit season, and I can’t help wondering how many of those thin women with their children at the pool …
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  6. Deep Thoughts: The Point of Vacations

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    July 30, 2014 by Julia

    I read a poll once on the subject of how people experience their vacations; it showed that people enjoy them …
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  7. Today’s Life Lesson

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    July 6, 2014 by Julia

    While packing up for the local beach this morning, I made a simple resolution: do not get stressed out.   …
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