Tag Archives: happiness

Bucket List Goals for the New Year

Hi all, After a painfully long period away from PLTL, I hope to share some updates, though more importantly, I look forward to hearing updates from you! It’s been three months since I started grad school, though I am back home … Continue reading

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Woman Discovers Identical Twin More Than a Half-Century Later: Part 3

After featuring Paola Riviera’s story of her mother, who recently discovered she has an identical twin over fifty years into her life, on Project Light to Life, many readers asked for photos of the two women together. Without further ado, … Continue reading

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I’m Alive!

Hi all! Just a note to say that I have not dropped off the face of the planet, but have simply started my first month of graduate school in North Carolina. Regular content will continue on Project Light to Life … Continue reading

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Woman Discovers Twin More than a Half-Century Later: Part 2

About two weeks ago, I introduced you to Paola Rivera, who shared a story that normally, only happens in books or films. Over 50 years later, her mother discovered that, unbeknownst to her, she has an identical twin. If you … Continue reading

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My Childhood Bucket List

A few days ago, my mom called me to tell me that while going through boxes of old stuff I had written, she found a list I had written when I was eight years old: “100 Things to Do Before … Continue reading

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Woman Discovers Twin More Than a Half-Century Later

Meet Paola Rivera A few weeks ago, I was introduced to Paola Rivera. I was also fortunate enough to read the inspiring true story she wrote about her mother that, as Paola says herself, is something that normally only happens … Continue reading

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Buy a Homeless Man a Snapple

#37 Spending the day in New York with some friends. It had been much too long since I crossed an item off my “Kind Acts & Volunteering” bucket list. This Monday, I went into New York City to meet up … Continue reading

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A 10-Year-Old Blogging Sensation

Hi all! I am extremely lucky to have been introduced to a 10-year-old Australian blogger who, for the sake of her privacy, goes by Fluro Zebra or FZ. Although she is dealing with  difficult circumstances, I have no doubt that … Continue reading

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Featured on OurRoleModels.com

I’d like to give a big thank you to Mik Hetu for featuring me on his website OurRoleModels.com. If you get a chance, please check out Mik’s website! Hope you’re all having a lovely weekend and enjoying your summer.

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Paris, France

Paris In my last post, I referenced Sammuel Johnson who said that when a man is tired of London, he is tired of life. True, I was not ready to leave London after spending just four days there, but our … Continue reading

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