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Friday, September 23, 2005

Anything you can lift off your shoulders?

Within the last year or so I cancelled subscriptions to a few magazines I had gotten for years. It's not that I have a big hectic schedule, but just that as they started to pile up when I didn't get around to them, they started to feel more like a burden than a pleasure. Who needs that? I wasn't missing them. All summer I looked at only a few of the daily newspapers and thought of canceling it. Now I'm back to reading it but maybe next summer I'll drop it for a couple months. I can always peruse the magazines as I stand on the checkout line or I could read them at the library.

Is there something in your life that you should think about cutting out that would just make your life easier? Have you done this already? Share with others in the comment area.


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