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Best Bird of the Weekend (Third of March 2019)

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While you enjoyed the wearing of the green for St. Patrick’s Day, did you stop to wonder why so few birds wear green plumage?

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9 Tips to Boost Confidence from a Recovering Perfectionist

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Perfectionism is something I have struggled with from my first breath of earth’s sweet gases. As a young woman in America, eating light and exercising was not enough. So in the name of a perfect body, I meticulously counted calories and sweated in surplus like an anorexic Olympian.

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First Phoebe of 2019

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I saw my first migratory Eastern Phoebe of 2019 this morning at Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge. Actually, I saw my first five phoebes there, perhaps the most I ever saw in one location for my first of the season. For me, it is now officially spring!

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5 Steps to Increased Self-Awareness

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Five Steps to Increased Self-Awareness by Susan Nefzger – Author of “A Practical Guide to Awareness” Why do most authors write a book? It may be due to inspiration, motivation, life changes, contract requirements or all of the above.

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Eastern Curlew in Australia

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Over recent decades there has been a sharp decline in the population of Eastern Curlew visiting Australia during their non-breeding months each year. The Eastern Curlew is the largest of the migratory shorebirds to visit Australia and really can’t be mistaken for any other species.


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In the depths of depression you get swallowed beneath, This overwhelming darkness, you grit your teeth. It comes at the most unexpected times. I write this poem in the hope that it rhymes. A big grey cloud swallows you up, Combining your thoughts into a cup.

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Actualizing Climate Resilience Among Malawian Farmers


For the past four years, Whitehead Amos has experienced it all. A subsistence farmer growing maize which is staple food for most Malawians, the Blantyre rural based 44 year old, has struggled to harvest enough maize for his household of seven people. In a country where livelihoods and economy heavily rely on rainfed agriculture, rainfall patterns have become unpredictable.

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Why Were the Shootings in New Zealand Felt Globally?

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March 15th 2019, will forever be marked on the calendar and hearts of New Zealanders; 49 innocent lives lost, gunned down in a senseless act of violence. The Prime Minister, Jacinda Ardern described the event as an “extraordinary and unprecedented act of violence.” Saying that – “it is clear that this is one of New […].

The Act of Moving Forward

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In the world of fast paced life where everything is at your fingertips, We all are busy running on the way where our destinations are not so certain. Everyday , I obsreve people surrounding me in every walk of my life and I sense a feeling of restlessness in most of them. A desire to […].

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The Walk

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It’s a crying shame That things have to change And the golden bubble bursts Walking the street Recognizing your feet As someone that you used to know Wrap up the snapshots Throw them away Make your way to a show Order a drink Don’t stop to think Of the days that you used to know […].

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How to Physically Overcome Fear of Public Speaking

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Glossophobia, or otherwise known by its more common name fear of public speaking, is basically present in the vast majority of people. Not only that, but most people actually list it as their number one fear, greater even than the fear of death. It exists because as an individual, you become very self-conscious and fear […].

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Anxiety often then I wish takes over my feelings paralyzing me from being able to control the simplest things in my life. Its like a parasite that cripes in and when you know it, you are in the verge of having one big panic attack. I don´t know about you but as I slowly go […].

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I’m All In

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I’m letting go I’m all in Fear is a new thing I want to bury it in the backyard The trees keep me here where I know belong Stay in my skin Keep my thoughts straight There’s no monster behind the door The rock in your stomach a gift from that monster in your mind […].

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Growing Through the Mud: 5 Ways we can Start Discovering Wisdom through Childhood Trauma

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“I am blooming from the wound where I once bled.” ” ~ Rune Lazuli This morning, I yelled at my son over a relatively small issue. I caused him unnecessary upset, and I’ve been beating myself up about it ever since. I dropped him off at school, and as soon as I was back in my […].

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Pampering Your Skin

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There are so many days, where the weather is very dusty. The main problem is that in such kind of conditions we are not able to wash our face several times. The worst thing is that due to this weather, our pores are clogged and hence our skin looks bad because of it. Actually my […].

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