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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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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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No Kicking Dead Horses, Maine’s A Better Place To Let Go, Move On.

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The city couple have dreamed of opening up, running a small sporting lodge in Maine. But not one established, all commercial bought by mortgaging their soul. Giving up their first new born bundle of joy. Or handing over a duplicate vital organ or two to accomplish, pull off the feat. But starting small. First the […]

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Alignment, Isn’t That The Most Critical Life Adjustment?

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Lining up the bubble on the pop level you build with to make sure everything is on the same plane. The same altitude. Sanding off high spots. Adding a shim to give one side a boost, lift. Not leaving anything ee-awed, cockeyed. At an ugly angle climbing or descending. But even keeled the target condition. […]

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Your Mental Health Provider Says Take Two Of These Daily (Maine Sunrise, Sunset..Repeat).

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Is too much of a good thing a bad thing, when you are lucky enough to live in Maine full time? Lots of people outside Maine chomp at the bit for that week long vacation. The long weekend where they scrambled to clear away some time to cross the big green bridge to get to […]

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Cartoons Not Just Saturday Mornings And The Breakfast Menu Works All Day Long.

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We live in a time of more is available but have turned the corner to simpler is healthier, easier, less hassle. No longer are the choices for ice cream just chocolate and vanilla. Or grape nut was a crowd favorite years ago all because all there was for flavoring. Seasoning when the crank started. Something […]

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Back To The Wall, Up Against It Financially Is No Fun.

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Living high on the hog is not a sport, lifestyle perfected in Maine. Rural states with less population like Maine raise families to take care, respect what they have. To save for a rainy day. To live within or below your means. So you can sleep nights without worry. And provide for your family, create […]

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“There’s Somethin’ Happenin’ Here, What It Is Ain’t Exactly Clear…”

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The Buffalo Springfield song “For What It’s Worth” has some interesting lyrics. Designed to stop you in your tracks. Hold up what you are doing. And crank that head around. To really see what is taking place, behind the scenes. And all around you. During the 1960’s with the Vietnam escalating, racial tensions building, and […]

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Living In Maine, With Keen Awareness Of What’s Happening Around You.

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Life is a balancing act of eat your peas, don’t run with scissors, think of others, count your blessings. Becoming new and improved is not from something you buy online, pick up off a store shelf. It’s a lot of believing in something outside yourself. So become less you, concentrate on more for the greater […]

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Maine, You Can Breathe Easy, Dreams Made Here.

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When you are wall to wall cramped for space it takes much of your effort to just avoid stepping on toes. Being in someone’s face. Giving or getting an elbow in the ribs. Poked in the eye. Sucker punched when you did not see it coming. That’s no fun. That’s not Maine. Our rural Maine […]

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