Monthly Archives: January 2017

15 Year Old Minnesota Boy Emancipated From Mother Due To Being Trans-gender

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Is 15 Years Old Enough To Make Life Altering Decisions?   The child is receiving food stamps, legal services, driver’s license (16 is the normal age to apply for licensing), medical and psychological assistance, as well as free…

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Saving Money While Living With Multiple Sclerosis

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Who Doesn’t Want To Save Money When Dealing With Medical Issues? Handling Multiple Sclerosis People who are suffering from any of the Multiple Sclerosis varieties (or know someone who does) have to let their feelings of daily confusion…

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Intentional Blogging: Lesson #4

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Type Topical Pro’s- Endless supply of writing research available on the internet for free! Con’s- Having to cut out way too many interesting topics due to personal time restraints.  Risking missing the one BIG break because of my…

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Intentional Blogging: Lesson #3

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Voice 3 Adjectives Intelligent, helpful, and loyal are the best three self descriptive words that pop into my mind.  This is really how my communications with other people come out!  My ideal reader is looking for answers or…

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Intentional Blogging: Lesson #2

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Subject Chronic Diseases Myself and too many relatives and friends to mention suffer from at least one chronic disease!  With myself, it is Multiple Sclerosis and asthma.  Some of my friends suffer from Fibromyalgia. Know way too much…

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Retaking Blogging 101 (Now called Blogging: Fundamentals)

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Am currently enrolled in Intentional Blogging by writer , Author Jeff Goings.  As far as this course is concerned, has been a long time since I took it last.  Who can’t use a refresher course now and then?…

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Need My MS Infusion NOW!!

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Receive Infusions Every 28 Days That worked well back when I first started getting the medicine pumped into my veins back in 2010.  Was able to move around much better for the following 28 days.  Now, the effect…

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