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This should be on your “to do” list for today: 1, Count your blessings. 2. Practice kindness. 3. Let go of what you can’t control. 4. Listen to your heart. 5. Be productive, yet calm. 6. Just breathe.

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Verb: Deride  (dih-RYDE) Definition: 1. To laugh at contemptuously. 2. To subject to usually bitter or contemptuous ridicule. Sample sentence: Although his classmates would often deride him for his insistence that he would be a millionaire by the age of 25, Bill achieved his goal when his Internet start-up went public.

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Treat everyone with politeness, even those who are rude to you – not because they are nice, but because you are.

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Adjective: Caitiff  (KAY-tif) Definition: Cowardly, despicable. Sample sentence: I think that anyone who does intentional harm to animals is extremely caitiff.

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If we magnified blessings as much as we magnify disappointments, we would all be much happier.

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NEGAUNEE, MI – 12/3/2014 – A 50-year tradition in Negaunee basketball ended today.  The Negaunee Invitational Tournament (NIT) committee announced today (via their Facebook page) that they’ve put out their last tournament.  They release the following statement: NEGAUNEE—Negaunee Basketball, Inc. announced it will be disbanding, effective immediately, and has already dispersed all remaining funds into […]

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Adjective: Haggard  (HAG-urd) Definition: 1. Wild in appearance. 2. Having a worn or emaciated appearance: gaunt. Sample sentence: The mountain climbers were hungry and haggard, but were otherwise in good shape after being stranded on the mountain for over a week.

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People who change after change will survive. People who change with change will succeed. People who cause the change will lead.

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Noun: Shopaholic  (shah-puh-HAH-lik) Definition: One who is extremely or excessively fond of shopping. Sample sentence: Susie is such a shopaholic that her friends refuse to step foot with her in a mall when there are big sales.

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Four things you can’t recover: 1. The stone after the throw. 2. The word after it’s said. 3. The occasion after it’s missed. 4. The time after it’s gone.

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