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How to Plan the BEST Overnight Trip to St. Andrews, New Brunswick — East Coast Mermaid

I promised I was going to start a series of blog posts describing what a special place Atlantic Canada is to come on your vacation. My first stop on this virtual tour will be my home province of New Brunswick, … Continue reading

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Net Curtains

Originally posted on Musings and Wonderings:
Industrial fishing is the biggest threat to our blue planet. So why don’t we act on it? By George Monbiot, published in the Guardian 9th May 2019 It is the … Source: Net Curtains

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I’m pro-choice because I’m pro-life — Doubting Believer

If people genuinely wish to live in a society that is truly pro-life, then promoting laws and programs that provide adequate support systems for those who are alive (quality public education for all, affordable and accessible health care, parental leave, … Continue reading

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Scientists Rush To Discover Cure For Measles Other Than The One We Already Have

Originally posted on The Out And Abouter:
Two re-researchers, ecstatic at the possibility of re-curing measles. As the recent measles outbreak in the United States rose to levels not seen in 25 years – with over 700 people infected with…

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Senior Living

Originally posted on A Sassy Lifestyle Blog:
Senior Living Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be a senior citizen? Neither had I. My parents have been in a seniors apartment building for the past five years or so.…

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Walls or Bridges? — the circle of life

This story – or parable – about a very wise carpenter is worth sharing. Food for thought. Thanks to applehillcottage.org. I used to tell a story in my days working in libraries with kids, and its been on my mind … Continue reading

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SAY IT AGAIN: managing chronic pain

If you or a friend or loved one lives with chronic pain or PTSD, you might find this blog post from a fellow sufferer of interest. The pharmas undoubtedly don’t rank meditation high on their list of recommendations for pain … Continue reading

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If you’ve found the path you were meant to follow …

Originally posted on I can't believe it!:
Here’s another poem by Steve Taylor – his take on the famous poem by Rudyard Kipling, ‘If.’ According to Steve, it’s a reflection on the meaning of success. It’s also a profound…

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