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Photo (c) Kimberly D. Mill er - November 23, 2018 I WAS DRUNK WHEN I DID THAT... (c) Kimberly D. Miller – November 23, 2018 Inhibitions are so costricting, so limiting, so stifling! Why do we find it so difficult to be who we are, who we want to be, who we dare to be, most of the time? We all have things we want to try, things we want to see and do and things we want to say, but when it comes time to muster up the courage to step outside of our comfort zone so we can do, try or say them, we either make the decision not to go through with it or, more commonly, we have a drink, aka liquid courage, aka truth syrum, and we let them loose. You know those occasional mornings where you wake up after a night where you've had a few drinks and the first thing you think of is, oh crap, I can't believe I did that (or said that)? Hello, why wouldn't you believe you did or said that? You let your guard down and your inner passion was revealed and exposed. How c


"Love is pure when it comes from loving you 1st." Photo (c) November 19, 2018 - Kimberly D. Miller With Thanksgiving fast approaching, I have been reflecting on the things that I am most grateful for this past year.  As I am very grateful for my good health, my boys and the love in my life, I am also extremely grateful for the progress I have made this year in realization, listening, healing and executing the changes I needed to make toward finally becoming the person I want to be.  There is still work to be done, but I'm on top of it now, thanks to finding the right workbooks and guidance.   So, in the spirit of healing ourselves and coming to terms with living a healthy life with balance, I wanted to share a link, a gift, that I found on entitled, "365 Days of Self-Care, Random Acts of Kindness and Senseless Beauty  ," aka the UnCalendar (not to be confused with the calendar product of the same name).  This is such a great UnCalendar as