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Don't Feed The Bear: Our Blog

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Perspective

As the days turn into weeks and weeks into months, it seems as though our lives move at an increasingly crazy and frenetic pace. We pinball from work to home to kid’s sports and activities to errands to any other of the dozen things we try to pack into a 24 hour period.

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Thankful For My Freedom

Every year I get really excited for my birthday because it almost always falls on Memorial Day weekend. As a child I could look forward to a 3-day weekend filled with fun, family and the single most important day in any summer...the first pool day! But I also learned that there are hundreds of thousands who have lost their lives in service to our country, protecting the freedoms that we as citizens of the United States experience every day. They paid the ultimate sacrifice and it only seems fitting that we take a day to remember and celebrate their selflessness.

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Life is Too Short to Eat Bad Easter Candy

I spent much of this past Sunday, on a beautiful 78 degree, sun-kissed day, devouring my fair share of delicious seasonal confections. As I nibbled and bit into each one of these, it occurred to me that some are, in fact, better than others. I’m sure that not everyone agrees with me on what makes the best Easter candy, but everyone will agree that there are different levels of deliciousness involved. Having woken up from my sugar-induced coma, I thought it would be a good idea to settle once and for all what is the best Easter candy.

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Patient Satisfaction

I can’t help but notice that what is lost in all of this wishing and hoping is that precious days on this Earth with our friends and loved ones are so easily rushed and overlooked for something that will happen on some future day. I am absolutely guilty of this, rushing time to get to some future time. To myself and everyone, I say, let’s slow down and enjoy today for today.

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