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I love our Toyota Prius. It’s fun to drive, makes me feel greener than I have any right to, and gets great gas mileage.
Here are four quick tips for making your breath your ally as opposed to your enemy.
Achieve what you truly desire: happiness. A short commentary and Wordles of Values.
If your Plan A and Plan B haven't worked out, here's Plan C: Handle Your Life Well, No Matter What's Happening. Easy to implement tools for everyone so that you achieve happiness.
Jim Gammill's opening and closing remarks at the recent candidates forum sponsored by the League of Women Voters (Belmont chapter).
Given the headline story in today's Herald about Union gouging and extravagance, I decided to kick off my issues-related newsletter series on a closely associated topic: Project Labor Agreements.
In the two weeks before the election I will be sending out brief reviews of my stances on important state and local issues to help voters understand exactly who I am.
humorous (hopefully often),
easy to implement actions (count on it)
Plan C: Handle Life Well, No Matter What
I’ve been wondering why rabbits are considered good luck.
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