Month: November 2023

Hi friends! To celebrate the holiday season, I’m running a special giveaway today. Two people (US only) will win a bundle including Tiny Buddha’s 2024 Day-to-Cay Calendar, Tiny Buddha’s Gratitude Journal, and Tiny Buddha’s Guide to Loving Yourself. Uplifting and healing, this calendar offers daily reflections from me, Tiny Buddha contributors, and other authors whose quotes have
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The author of a new book about the British Royal Family has been scrutinized after a Dutch translation of the bombshell publication named two members of the family who allegedly raised concerns about the skin colour of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle‘s unborn son, Archie. The Dutch version of Endgame: Inside the Royal Family and
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In the grand tapestry of life, grandparents often weave a narrative of unconditional love and profound sacrifices. For many, this journey extends to a realm of financial sacrifice, particularly when it comes to their grandchildren’s education. They embark on this journey with vigor, tapping into retirement savings, taking extra jobs, downsizing, and, remarkably, even refinancing
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Every Wednesday morning, 66-year-old Peggy Winckowski of St. Louis, Missouri gets up before the crack of dawn and starts cracking eggs. She’s got a lot of work to do, preparing a veritable feast of waffles, scrambled eggs, bacon, fresh fruit, and more for 20 to 30 of her grandson’s high school classmates. They affectionately call
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In a routine quest for donuts for a work meeting, a seemingly simple trip took an unexpected turn, shedding light on the challenges faced by individuals with disabilities and how one careless person can cause more harm than they think. In the hustle and bustle of our daily lives, it’s pretty easy to slip into
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Things don’t always work out the way we hope, and sometimes life can take an unfair turn. A Lowe’s employee in Georgia was reminded of that this past summer when her work fired her for trying to stop a trio of shoplifters. A Routine Day at Work Sixty-eight-year-old Donna Hansbrough had been a loyal Lowe’s
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