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Our Commitments To The Words- ” New And Change”

Happy New Year is what we always chanted whenever we conveyed our greetings to our family, relatives, and friends about the beginning of the new year. It is a yearly tradition celebrated or observed around the world. But what is it all about and what does it really mean to us? Are we ready to […]

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Siblings

Note: This blog is written by Hyla Solano It is a hard thing to do, keep in touch and genuinely keep the closeness with siblings; with our busy lives of priorities, appointments, friends, and basically all else. We take it for granted this family we grew up with; that they will be there forever and […]

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A Modern-Day Guide to Living with Substance and Style: What Would Michelle Do? – Allison Samuels

I am obsessed with strong independent women! I truly believe there needs to be more of us out there! Allison Samuels touches on every facet of the 21rst Century woman by using Michelle Obama as a role model. This is the “How-To” book to juggling life as a FLOTUS (I am always highly amused by […]

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Love, Laugh, and Eat – John Tickell, M.D.

You Get The Idea: The author, John Tickell M.D. traveled the world with his two doctor children where they did a study regarding the traits of those that lived to 100. He found that the Okinawans had the most centurions per capita! Most of his book is written about the Okinawans’ way of life, which […]

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The Day After Thanksgiving

  It was the year 1967 when we arrived in Hawaii. It was such a memorable year for us as we were ushered to appreciate the beauty of the island and got accustomed to the diverse cultures or even the ethnicity of its various races. I always felt so blessed and loved Hawaii because it […]

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