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Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Yesterday marked another Sparkversary for me. Hard to believe it's been 3 years. But yesterday also marked another anniversary. Yesterday I quit my full-time job. Amidst the bombs in Boston, my heart was racing for oh so many reasons. So many things in my life came full circle yesterday, and so, what better way to commemorate all those changes than with a new blog?

Follow me over here, won't you?

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  • JENNSWIMS
    I recently jettisoned a job that was killing me. For almost 5.5 years. I think I'm learning to value myself more highly and it sounds like you are, too. :)

    3009 days ago
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    emoticon Wishing you the very best of luck & will follow your journey with pleasure to see how it all unfolds for you - looking forward to reading about your year of big change and hope you reap all the rewards of your hard work!




    3015 days ago
  • LOTUSFLOWER
    Congratulations, I know you'll find a soft place to land emoticon emoticon
    3019 days ago
  • MICHSTATE
    I can't figure out how to follow you, when I clicked on subscribe it wanted to take me to a podcast????
    3020 days ago
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    I will follow you!
    3020 days ago
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    Congrats on Jumping!
    Is your on-line blog available via RSS feed? I didn't see that icon when I clicked over.

    EDIT:

    ANSWER: Yes.

    For those following blogs via RSS Feed look at the bottom of the on-line post for ... Subscribe to: Posts (Atom)
    When you click there you will be able to setup via RSS Feed on your computer and/or smart phone.
    3020 days ago

    Comment edited on: 4/16/2013 3:09:25 PM
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