Archive for September, 2013

Happiness, Gratitude, Ice Cream, Winning Maine Combination.

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“When I was 5 years old, my mother always told me that happiness was the key to life. When I went to school, they asked me what I wanted to be when I grew up. I wrote down ‘happy’. They told me I didn’t understand the assignment, and I told them they didn’t understand life.” […]

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Maine, It Starts With A Visit, Then Ends Up You Stay A Lifetime.

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Most new relocating small business owners in a Maine town started out with a simple visit to the community first. Maine vacations are the spark that ignite the intense wildfire blaze. The kindling triggering, exciting, energizing the insides of a person. Who for way way too long has been smothered, cut off with the toxic […]

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Making The Most Of What You Have Which Is More Than Enough.

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It takes courage to map out a strategy when critics don’t often offer many or any solutions. Only recycle the list of excuses, negative factors on why this or that won’t work from past experience. Every day is a new one and vision to see the correct path to take means a state like Maine […]

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Just In Time Inventory, Living Out On The Edge Consumption.

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Up before 5am to tie on the kitchen apron to whip up a breakfast of home made beans, blueberry pancakes and brown in serve sausages. For the oldest son home from his real jobs of working at a Colorado ski area, the white water rafting gig. Alex who gets filled up, caffeinated and sent out […]

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You Are The Best Actor For The Part In The Script Of Your Life.

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Who are you, no really who are you…what makes you tick? Never has the effort, process of “finding oneself” been more pronounced than today in society. How did so many people become lost, and who’s tending the day to day activities, minding the store? Personal days taken away from work and sick days used as […]

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Maine, Keeping Up With Life, Not Letting It Get Ahead Of You

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Life picks up speed or maybe you realize the velocity of it all when you find chunks freed up turning one of its corners. Child rearing full time if done right should and does consume a parent. So will building a career. Getting it off the ground. But when empty nest happens, or retirement knocks […]

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Time Alone, By Yourself, To Think, Breathe, Pick Your Life Pace.

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There are two kinds of alone. The one where someone is painfully missing. Creating a void, a gap, a hole. That completes you. And the kind that you relish, need and actively seek. To collect and tidy up scattered thoughts rolling around in your head. To make the time, set the stage for the essential […]

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The Yearly Trek To The Maine State REALTORS Annual Meeting, Trade Show.

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New developments in your industry and what’s hot, not. No matter what you do there is a state, national, world, solar system meeting to be better at it. Because regardless of what you jump out of bed, get up each morning to go off to work to perform for a task, the way to do […]

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Adjusting The Senses, Dialing In Fall In Maine.

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Shifting gears as one by one the seasons of Maine carousel spin, turn. And what we do outdoors for recreation does a change up, along with the clothing we wear to enjoy Maine to the maximum. Today’s air is crisp and tart. Mixed with the smells of older garden produce. Vegetables and fruits that one […]

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Maine, All That Glitters Is Not Gold.

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When you live in a small Maine town, you learn to appreciate the little things more. And besides being some kind of glad traffic, crime, gangs are nil, the list of what rises to the top of extra special starts with the people. The local population is small in any of Maine’s 108 small towns. […]

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