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How Sunday Girl Digital Changed My Life

Looking at the photos in my camera roll this morning, I realized how lucky I am as a mom because I have the opportunity to not have to choose between working and spending quality time with my toddler. On the side, I also get to work on Sunday Girl Digital’s growth and have a couple of hours to myself every week. It’s a huge privilege, really.

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Listen to Haruki Murakami

“Music is an indispensable part of my life. Whenever I write a novel, music just sort of naturally slips in…” Haruki Murakami A festival hosted

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Drunk Driving Lesson (sponsored post)

I know a lot of people who drink and drive after spending the entire evening at a friend’s house and it scares me that most of them might be involved in car accidents in the future, or worse—being caught in the act by the authority.

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You’ll Never Know…

The photo just made me worried about the owner of that school book, I was imagining an innocent little boy on his way to school. My heart sank at the thought of it, and what I saw on the news on my way home (I took the bus) made me feel even worse. The owner of the book was an 11-year-old boy who was on his way to school; he was running late because he was asked to sell rags by his mother for his and his two other sibling’s allowance for the day.

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Shards of Glass

A shard of glass is used to be part of a whole. It could be a beautifully-shaped bottle that used to hold expensive wine or a classic letter inside. It could be a beer bottle that has been long downed at a booze party a long time ago, a cheap bottle of gin, or a fancy glass pitcher. I related these obvious facts to my faith.

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