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Word Nerd: Eccentric

Eccentric is defined as deviating from the recognized or customary character or practice. Eccentric originally derived from the Greek words ex (out of) and kentron (center). The original meaning of eccentric in English meant "out of center" and since around the early 1600's eccentric has been used to describe one who is figuratively off-center. Eccentric… Continue reading Word Nerd: Eccentric

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You will change the world just by being a warm, kind hearted human being Anita Krizzan quote Monday Mantra 209 via LaWhimsy
Monday Mantras

Monday Mantra 209 – You don‘t have to move mountains…You will change the world just by being a warm, kind hearted human being

“You don't have to move mountains. Simply fall in love with life. Be a tornado of happiness, gratitude and acceptance. You will change the world just by being a warm, kind-hearted human being.” ~ Anita Krizzan Change - lasting, life-altering, world-healing change can seem so impossible, so unachievable, and yet... "You don't have to move… Continue reading Monday Mantra 209 – You don‘t have to move mountains…You will change the world just by being a warm, kind hearted human being

You're doing better than you think you are Universe wisdom quote Monday Mantra 208 via LaWhimsy
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Monday Mantra 208 – You’re doing better than you think you are

“You're doing better than you think you are.” ~ The Universe You are your harshest critic but guess what... "You're doing better than you think you are." It is so easy to judge and to find yourself lacking in practically everything. To tell yourself that you're not doing enough. You're not good enough. You're not… Continue reading Monday Mantra 208 – You’re doing better than you think you are

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Word Nerd: Jabberwocky

Jabberwocky is a word describing meaningless speech or writing. The word Jabberwocky originates from the gloriously nonsensical poem "Jabberwocky" that was first published in the book "Through the Looking-Glass and What Alice Found There" in 1871. The poem (and the book) were wildly popular and by 1908 Jabberwocky was being used as a generic term… Continue reading Word Nerd: Jabberwocky

You can be soft and successful, a traditionalist and a rebel, a lover and a fighter, vulnerable and invincible quote Monday Mantra 207 via LaWhimsy
Monday Mantras

Monday Mantra 207 – You can be soft and successful, a traditionalist and a rebel, a lover and a fighter, vulnerable and invincible

“You can be soft and successful, a traditionalist and a rebel, a lover and a fighter, vulnerable and invincible.” Life is all about existing and coexisting with contradictions... "You can be soft and successful, a traditionalist and a rebel, a lover and a fighter, vulnerable and invincible." There is no one "right" or "correct" way… Continue reading Monday Mantra 207 – You can be soft and successful, a traditionalist and a rebel, a lover and a fighter, vulnerable and invincible

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Word Nerd: Apricate

Apricate means to bask in, or to expose to, the warmth of the sunlight. Apricate, much like apricity, derives from the Latin aprīcus (warmed by the sun). Apricate can be used in it's various forms of apricating, apricated and apricates - all of which are highly appropriate for the Summer season! While apricity relates to longing feelings that… Continue reading Word Nerd: Apricate