Tag Archives: happiness

What Makes Human Beings Happy?

Hi all! Over the next few days, I’ll be sharing a few of the interviews and images from the new page I created Our Happiness Narrative. If you have a moment to like the page, I will be eternally grateful: … Continue reading

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Our Happiness Narrative

Hi all! I hope you are doing well and enjoying what is for some of us the start of some warm weather 🙂 I know it’s been ages since I’ve last written! Now that I have just completed the first … Continue reading

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Bring Roller Skating Back!

#105 “LET’S GO SKATING!” I woke up to those three glorious words a few weeks ago when Chelsea, one of my best friends from back home in New Jersey sent them to me in a text message. In a previous … Continue reading

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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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