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Everything is NOT Always as it Seems

I couldn’t have predicted what was to come. I entered into this home with thoughts in my head of a relaxing vacation, a time to decompress, journal, rest and swim in the ocean and watch sunsets. While that was the case for me it became clear that the intention of the other guests in this house was to party. Listen, I have had my share of partying and fun but this was on a level that took me outside of my comfort zone.

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Darkness turns to light

I took the hard way, I have always needed to know things on my own terms even when it hurt. Now that I have a better grasp of the universe and my charts it is no surprise to me that I always chose to learn the lessons first handed and not just be taught them. I am truly grateful for each lesson I have lived, each moment of pain and sadness and each tear I have and will continue to shed because my past allows me to help people who are going through similar stories.

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CANNABIS... my story

I wrote this essay for an article a few months back. The original topic was changed and I wrote something new but I was still left with this piece. Over the last few months I have "come out of the cannabis closet" on social media, but I had yet to do that here because I wasn't quite sure how. And then I remembered this article. As I reread my words from a few months back I realized that this was the story I needed to tell, with a few minor changes I want to share a piece of my heart and story with you.

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Getting Personal

I have learned many life lessons over the last 6 years since leaving my old career behind. I understand what is it like to be overworked and underpaid, I know what it is like to take a leap of faith into the unknown, I know what it is like to struggle with addiction, to be in destructive relationships, to not feel good enough, to feel unworthy of love and so much more.

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How do you Stay Accountable?

Staying accountable is hard for all of us. Each year we set New Years Resolutions and by now we have forgotten them. What can we do to change this? What can we do to be more realistic? Today I am going to share what has worked for me, and can work for you too.

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PersonalLauren Unger