14 Fabulous Fall Themed Care Packages


Fall is here today. It’s September 22, 2017 its officially fall! Now you can start creating those crafty fall care packages. If you spouse significant other is deployed they will probably be miss all the comforters of home, especially during fall when football is getting back into full swing, the weather is cooling off and all the fun holidays are coming up. I am excited for fall and hope you are inspired.

Send a care package to your spouse and give them a taste of home even if they are far from home.

Also, this is a great time of the year to reach out to other solider who might not have a family or not support from home. There are wonderful out reach groups like Operation Gratitude or Homefront Hugs USA where you can volunteer to assemble care packages. You can also donate items to help create care packages to our troops. Consider participating in letter writing to deployed troops, veterans or wounded warriors.

The little reminders of home can lift your soldiers spirits.

Check this fabulous fall list of care packages to get your creative side flowing. Also, at the bottom see some suggestions to send your spouse or significant other during fall.

1. I’m still falling for you after all this time



2. Fall Is Here



3. Football is here

Football care package


4. It’s Fall Y’all get a little country

Its Fall Y'all


5. ‘Owl’ miss you!



6. Happy Fall yummy snacks



7. Pumpkin Spice & Everything Nice that’s what Fall is made of



8. I’m Nuts about you



9. September – Happy Fall Baby

Happy fall care package


10. ‘Owl’ love you



11. I’d fall for you every time

I'd fall for you every time care package

12. I miss you! Happy Fall!

I miss you Happy Fall care package


13. I hunted down everything that makes me think of you



14. Can’t wait to fall back in you arms



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Are you prepared for a natural disaster?

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September is National Preparedness month. Are you prepared?

This year’s theme is:  Disasters Don’t Plan Ahead. You CAN!


First things first, do you have an emergency plan for your family? If  you do not already have a plan make Your Emergency Plan today.

Here is an Emergency Plan I recommend if you don’t have a plan yet:


As a semi-urban survivalist deep down I always want to be prepare for any situation that might arise.  I feel like if you are prepared you are less likely to panic. I also think in any disastrous situation if you have a basic idea of what to do you can help your family and others in your area.



I live in California and recently we had a huge rain storm a few weeks ago and it was chaos. No one can drive in the rain on Southern California freeways. During this huge rain storm  I didn’t even go to work one because there were 15 freeway Sig Alerts due to the of the rain.


I also couldn’t even buy dog food because the Target I usually use was flooded as well. Just because you might not have experienced a flood first hand doesn’t mean you want face one in the future.

Here are some things you should know flooding:

“Anywhere it rains, it can flood. A flood is a general and temporary condition where two or more acres of normally dry land or two or more properties are inundated by water or mudflow.”

During A Flood

  1. Evacuate to higher ground if you can, if not go to the highest floor in your house like the attic.
  2. Don’t attempt to walk or drive through flowing streams as you might get swept away.
  3. Listen to news reports on the radio and stay informed on any updates regarding weather changes.

After a Flood

  1. Return home when the flood water has receded and the authorities say its safe for you to go home.
  2. Take pictures of your house flood damage and file a claim with your insurance.
  3. Remove all wet items from your house to prevent mold growth.



Fires are a common occurrence in Southern California just this year alone the has been  fires. California even has its own website Cal Fire that lists all fires that happen through out the year and how many aces were burned and containment percentages of each fire. Check out the GeoMAC Wildfire Map which lists all the current fires actively burning in the United States.

Here are some things you should know about Wildfire:

During  a Wildfire

  1. Know what your fire danger is based on where you life.todays-fire-danger-park-sign
  2. Remove any flammable material like wood or brush at lest 30 feet away from your house. Also,
  3. Listen to news reports on the television, radio or the internet.
  4. Be prepared to evacuate if authorities order it. Make sure to load up any valuables or supplies before hand.
  5. Call 911 if you see a fire.

After a Wildfire

  1. Return home after it is safe to and the fire is contained.
  2. Keep gutters and roof free of debris.
  3. Restock or build a survival kit for the next possible disaster.
  4. If your house was damaged in the fire take pictures for insurance purposes.



Hurricanes are strong storms that can be life-threatening as well as cause serious property-threatening hazards such as flooding, storm surge, high winds and tornadoes.”

Here are some things you should know about Hurricanes:

Before a Hurricane

  1. Know the difference between a Hurricane Watch and a Hurricane Warning.


  1. Board up windows and secure outdoor objects or furniture.
  2. Make sure you have enough food and water for each family member.
  3. Leave low lying flood areas if possible and seek shelter.

During a Hurricane

  1. Pay attention to weather reports and get updates.
  2. Let family members know where you are staying.
  3. Stay away from windows and remain indoors to avoid winds and rain.
  4. Evacuate if you the authorities issue an evacuation.

After a Hurricane

  1. Return home after it is safe to and avoid any downed power lines or debris in your neighborhood.
  2. Listen to news reports for you area to stay informed on any changes.
  3. Restock or build a survival kit for the next possible disaster.
  4. If your house was damaged in a hurricane take pictures for insurance purposes.


Power Outage

Anyone who has electric in their homes has experienced at least one power outage in their life. I think its always a good reminder to know what to do when you have no power. We live in such a digital world I always try to be prepared with books for entertainment because after you use all your charge on your phone you won’t be able to charge your phone.

Here are some things you should know about Power Outages: 

During a Power Outage

  1. Keep your fridge and freeze closed to keep food cold.
  2. Use flashlights for light source to see instead of candles to prevent a fire.
  3. Depending on your climate if its hot  during a power outage stay cool by staying inside or seeking a cooling shelter in your area if possible. If you are live in a colder climate stay warm during a power outage by putting on extra clothes and using blankets.

After a Power Outage

  1. Throw away any spoil foods.
  2. Restock or build a survival kit for the next possible disaster.

“America’s PrepareAthon! is a grassroots campaign for action to increase community preparedness and resilience. Join others around the country to practice your preparedness!”

National PrepareAthon! Day  is September 30th .

A Message from the DOD
DoD Pushes for Preparedness in September

Here is a great blog I found with tons of resources for you and your family.


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National Military Appreciation Month: Everything you Need to Know

National Military Appreciation Month in May was designated by Congress to give Americans time to reflected back on and show our thanks  for those who serve, served or gave their lives for this great country we call the United States of American. I am very proud of my wife who served in the Army for 5 years. She continues to serve in the State Military of California alongside the National Guard.

Looking back on military history allows new generation’s time to learn about what happened and time to prepare for the future. Our world is every changing and getting smaller and smaller by the year. It is up to us to remember our history, to remember our victories as well as our failures to keep America great and free.

National Military Appreciation Month: May 2017 Days to keep in mind

Loyalty Day May 1st, 2017

“We humbly thank our brave service members and veterans who have worn our Nation’s uniform ‑‑ from the American Revolution to the present day.  Their unwavering loyalty and fidelity has made the world a safer, more free, and more just place.” – President Donald J. Trump

Public Service Recognition Week: May 7 – May 13, 2017

Public Service Recognition Week (PSRW) is organized annually by the Public Employees Roundtable (PER)and its member organizations to honor the men and women who serve our nation as federal, state, county and local government employees.

VE Day May 8th, 2017

Victory in Europe Day, generally known as V-E Day, VE Day or simply V Day was the public holiday celebrated on 8 May 1945 to mark the formal acceptance by the Allies of World War II of Nazi Germany‘s unconditional surrender of its armed forces.[3] It thus marked the end of World War II in Europe.

Military Spouse Appreciation Day May 12th,2017

Military Spouse Day or Military Spouse Appreciation Day is celebrated on the Friday before Mother’s Day in the United States. Many United States citizens take this day to acknowledge the significant contributions, support, and sacrifices of spouses of their Armed Forces. Each year, the US President normally commemorates this day with a ceremonial speech and proclamation.

Armed Forces Day  May 20th, 2017

President Harry S. Truman led the effort to establish a single holiday for citizens to come together and thank our military members for their patriotic service in support of our country. The single day celebration stemmed from the unification of the Armed Forces under the Department of Defense.

Memorial Day  May 29th, 2017

Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country’s armed forces. The holiday, which is currently observed every year on the last Monday of May, originated as Decoration Day after the American Civil War in 1868, when the Grand Army of the Republic, an organization of Union veterans founded in Decatur, Illinois, established it as a time for the nation to decorate the graves of the Union war dead with flowers

Ways you can participate in National Military Appreciation Month

There are many ways you can participate in National Military Appreciation Month. Here are 10 ways to support our military and veterans:

  1. Display the American Flag on your home or business.
  2. Engage in social media to highlight military and veterans.
  3. Send a care package to a soldier through USO.
  4. Donate to “The Wounded Warrior Project” and support the thousands of wounded warriors and their families.
  5. Encourage elected officials at all levels to recognize our military and veterans.
  6. As a business, when offering military discounts, include all who serve and have served or hire a veteran.
  7. Like National Military Appreciation Month (NMAM) on Facebook.
  8. When you see a person in military uniform, shake their hand and thank them for their service.
  9. Volunteer or visit your local VA Hospital to honor veterans from past conflicts.
  10. May is also American Military History Month learn something new.

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What is the CSMR and why does California have it?

I live in Southern California where its about 85% sunny most of of the year. I count myself lucky I happened to be born and raised here. My wife is an Army Veteran who now serves  in the California State Military Reserve or CSMR, which is the state defense of California under the exclusive control of the Governor. The CSMR was founded in 1846 and is trained to integrated with their counterparts the National Guard if there a state security emergency, a natural disaster occurs like the Oroville Dam Crisis or if the National Guard is deployed.

I wanted to write about the CSMR so others know there are soldiers in our state of California protecting us. Although, CSMR soldiers might serve federally they serve our state governor who in turn serves the President of the United States. Before my wife took her oath I didn’t realize there was a state military and how they actually fit in. Knowing about the California State Military Reserve has really opened my eyes to the fact that veterans and citizens alike volunteer to serve our state.

Some may not think those who volunteer for for the state military are actually real soldiers.

“However, when on state active duty, CSMR soldiers rank among state active duty members of the California National Guard, which includes both the Army and Air Divisions. All appointments, commissions, warrants, and enlistments are recognized and authorized by the Governor of the State of California through the Adjutant General of the State of California. CSMR members can be called to active duty, have the legal authority to command troops, and participate in real-world missions on the behalf of the Military Department of the State of California. YES, State Military Reserve officers and enlisted soldiers are real.”  – State Military Reserve

Those who volunteer for the CSMR like my wife are not compensated for their time, uniform, or travel expenses. Monthly and yearly training are required to maintain the objective of “Always Ready, Always There” for the state. Although, my wife is not in the Federal Army she serves our great State of California in the Military Reverse. CSMR soldiers can be activated for duty depending on their situation or need within the state. As luck would have my wife was activated to work for the state here in sunny southern California. I feel very fortunate and blessed that my wife loves what she does, in the environment she works in.


Learn more about your state defense force!  There are currently about 22 states that have state defense forces. See if you state has one.

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10 More Lesbian Military Themed E-Books to Read Any Time


Reading is one of the best things your can do for yourself. There have been many studies done to prove mentally stimulated or reading can slow can slow the progress of Alzheimer’s and Dementia. Not to mention reading can reduce stress, help bring a sense of tranquility to your life all while expanding your vocabulary. I wanted to give you a fresh new list of Lesbian Military Themed books. Its been a couple of years since I created a new blog post list for you to enjoy.


Check out my original blog post 10 Lesbian Military Themed E-Books to Read Any Time for more great books to dive into. I really love Amazon you can basically find anything you want have it shipped to your door or download a game or E-book for your the Kindle or App. I am sure my list of Lesbian Military Themed books will capture your attention, share an adventure or romance, all while you are cozy at home. Remember reading makes you smarter. Get to reading!


1. Dear Taylor (Letters to War) (Volume 1)


Synopsis: Taylor Phillips was working as a barista in NYC the day the twin towers came crashing down. Seeing her city in shambles, coated in ash, and American lives lost, she enlisted to fight the War on Terror. Daniella Melo, a Rhode Island American History teacher, challenges her class to write letters to soldiers fighting overseas. With one name left and a student short, Daniella takes it upon herself to write letters to Private Taylor Phillips stationed in Afghanistan. Over the next two years, the women exchange letters, sharing stories of their daily lives: Daniella trailing after her rambunctious daughter, Jackie, and dealing with overeager seniors planning prom while Taylor trudges through sand and dirt, driving her humvee in cold deserts. Their friendship continues to grow until it becomes something so much more than either women expect.


2. Marine: Outside the Wire


Synopsis: Lance Corporal Lara Grayson, or Gray to her brothers, has been stationed at a base camp in Jelawur, Afghanistan. She’s a dog handler, her partner, a German Shepard named Zabba, tracks down Taliban insurgent fighters and IEDs. They take daily patrols, and when engaged in a firefight, they’re usually short lived. But not everyone on either side will come out alive. Tabatha Steel, a war reporter has been captured by the Taliban, and when the patrol rescue her and her cameraman, tension builds. Their meeting is a game changer in more ways than one. Their mission is to ruin the enemy maneuvering from place to place and setting up IEDs and to catch them in the act, and to establish friendships with the locals.


3. When Love Wins


Synopsis: A story about two female Airman stationed at Nellis Air Force Base in Nevada, one, Tyler, is gay, the other, Shenin, is straight. They are members of the same security force at the base and are friends long before Shenin finds out that Tyler is gay. Shenin finds she is not surprised by this news, and even though she has always dated men, she finds herself inexplicably drawn to Tyler. The story takes place in a time when Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT) was still firmly in place, and because of that gays in the military have to be very careful. Tyler is hyper-aware of any impropriety that could cause her to lose her hard won military career; she also finds that it becomes more important to her to protect Shenin from not only getting into trouble with the military, but from traveling a path that could lead to disaster for them both.


4. Ask, Tell


Synopsis: Where can you turn when you’re caught in a crossfire of war and passion?Captain Sabine Fleischer is a skilled and dedicated U.S. Army surgeon deployed to a combat hospital in Afghanistan. She is also one of the thousands of troops who are forced to serve in silence because of the military’s anti-gay policy of “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell (DADT).” Usually driven and focused, Sabine finds that battles raging both inside and outside the perimeter walls are making it more and more difficult for her to deal with her emotions. Dealing with loss and mortality, lack of privacy, sleep deprivation, loneliness and the isolation forced on her by “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” are all taking their toll. Plus, her long-term relationship with a civilian back home is quickly becoming another casualty of war.

Colonel Rebecca Keane is an enigmatic career officer who runs the surgical unit like clockwork. Well liked and respected by those who work with and under her, she walks a fine line to preserve the military’s chain of command while connecting with those under her care and supervision. Sabine knows the Colonel is way off-limits, but can’t help fantasizing about her. Especially when she starts picking up unspoken cues—a stolen glance, a secret smile, an “accidental” brush of hands. Or is it just wishful thinking? After all, Rebecca’s wedding ring shines almost as brightly as her deep blue eyes…


5. Hero


Synopsis: Major Jackie Holmes is a career soldier with nearly twenty-one years of service under her. Returning home from Afghanistan injured makes her evaluate her life. After her husband’s strange behavior, she realizes the only people in her life she can count on to help with her recovery are her twins, her parents, and all the medical teams she finds herself surrounded with. Could a chance encounter with an old school friend turn her life around?

As a physiotherapist at a military rehabilitation center, Carrie Spencer treats all kinds of people and injuries. She just didn’t ever consider running into an old school friend, and end up treating her. In the midst of an abusive relationship, Carrie is struggling to decide how she needs to act to safeguard herself and her boys, Charlie and Richard. Jackie is her bright light in a dark place, and Carrie begins to rely on her friend more and more as she comes to terms with what she must do.

Everything comes to a head at a party held at Jackie’s house…the only question is—Will Carrie do the right thing and turn her back on her relationship, or will she follow her lover and suffer more of her abuse?

When a friendship turns to more and two hearts beat as one, is it possible for that bond to be torn apart?


6. The Sniper’s Kiss


Synopsis: It is 1944, and vast armies drive each other back and forth over blood-drenched Europe.  In the midst of it, two radically different women meet, one a Russian speaking American on a failed diplomatic mission and the other a Soviet sniper. The American, fleeing a sordid past worthy of Dostoyevsky, has murder in her heart but has injured no man. The other, a once-saintly believer, has killed a hundred of them for Stalin. Their politics are worlds apart, but a reckless drunken kiss has tied them together, through church and trench, incense and the smoke of battle. If they survive the war, can they survive the peace?


7. Saving Us: First Time Lesbian Romance Story, A Doctor Saves Her Soldier


Synopsis: Wendy Cleary is moving at a mad pace in order to forget. First as an ER doctor in a busy urban hospital then as a volunteer in a combat zone. Wendy is a lesbian who lost her wife and the last thing on her mind is finding love again in Afghanistan.

Lily Bailey is embarking on her second tour of duty in Afghanistan. As a medical transport specialist she will be helping move doctors and supplies where they’re needed. The last thing on her mind is romance because she hasn’t had luck with boyfriends in the past.
Two compassionate women collide and find what neither was expecting. Wendy and Lily find love in each other although the obstacles to their happiness are many. A friend’s death, a critical injury and a world that isn’t quite ready for their type of love, add up. Can these two fierce women prove that love really does conquer all?


8. Dead Shot


Synopsis: McKenzie is a soldier and her girlfriend, Katie, is a contractor with the United Nations peacekeeping force. McKenzie’s squad has named her Dead Shot for her uncanny ability with weapons. When her unit is ambushed, will her skills be enough?


9. Never Let Go


Synopsis: For Coast Guard Rescue Swimmer, Finley Morris, life is good. She loves her job, is well respected by her peers, and has been given an opportunity to take her career to the next level. The only thing missing is the love of her life, who walked out, taking their daughter with her, seven years earlier. When Finley gets a call from her ex, saying their teenage daughter is coming to spend the summer with her, she’s floored. While spending more time with her daughter, whom she doesn’t get to see often, and learning to be a full-time parent, Finley quickly realizes she has not, and will never, let go of what is important.


10. Second Chance


Synopsis: After an tragic attack on her convoy, Marine Corps Staff Sergeant, Darien Hollister, must learn to live without her sight. When an experimental procedure allows her to see again, opening up the possibility for her to go back to the career that is deeply ingrained in her, Darien is torn, knowing someone had to die in order for this to happen. She embarks on a journey to personally thank the donor’s family, but is too stunned to tell them the truth. Mixed emotions stir inside of her as she slowly gets to the know the people that feel like so much more than strangers to her. When the truth finally comes out, Darien walks away, taking the second chance that she’s been given to go back to the only life she’s ever known, but she’s not the only one with a second chance at life.


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Last minute Lesbian Valentine’s Day gift Guide


Valentine’s day is just around the corner, so I thought I’d put together a gift guide, if you waited until the last minute to pick something up for your special lady. I love all holidays but find Valentine’s Day to be the perfect day to show and feel love. Sure some think Valentine’s Day was created by corporations to take our money but I feel like Valentine’s Day is to give and receive.

Yes, of  course Valentine’s Day is just one day and nothing you do or say on Valentines day can make up for the all year rounds of taking out the trash or doing the dishes without being asked. Laughing at dumb movies or inside jokes you have. Or just a spur of the moment “I love you, I’m grateful for you, I appreciate you.” A loving relationship that actually works take showing you care and love for each other every day not just one day. But Valentine’s day is fun too! Gifts are also nice too.

My Valentine’s Day Gift Guide is based on some lesbian labels and basic types of personalities you found out there. Although, I have group and label gifts feel free to buy one gift of different gifts based on taste. This gift guide is here to help inspire and get your lady the perfect gift.



Fem Lesbian

  1. Sexy Valentines Day Basket
  2. Cute Purse 
  3. Fashion Watch
  4. Perfume
  5. Traditional Flowers 
  6. Jewelry 
  7. Make-up 





Butch Lesbian

  1. Cologne 
  2. Record Player
  3. Men or Unisex Skin Care
  4. Stylish Sunglasses
  5. New Kicks 
  6. Pomade or Hair-styling products
  7. Gaming consul or New Game 





Hippie Spiritual Lesbian

  1. Soulful Inspired Necklace
  2. Chakra Stones
  3. Himalayan Salt Rock Lamp
  4. Relaxing Candles or Incense
  5. Positive Cozy Throw 
  6. Spiritual Book
  7. Mediation Bracelet 





Foodie Lesbian

  1. Trendy New Cook Book
  2. Cast Iron Pans
  3. Chocolates
  4. Editable Arrangement 
  5. Cheese Board 
  6. Professional mixer 
  7. Cooking Utensils  



Animal Lover Lesbian

  1. Tickets to the Zoo or other Animal themed Show
  2. Animal backpack or purse
  3. Dog Travel Pillow 
  4. Amazing Animal Coffee Cups
  5. Polar Bear Robe
  6. Favorite Animal Shaped Candles
  7. Warm Tiger or Wolf Comforter 





Military Lesbian

  1. G Shock Watch
  2. Water proof note book
  3. Military Themed Hoodie or Jacket
  4. Frame Military Inspired Photo or Photo Books
  5. 5 Love Languages: Military Edition
  6. Deployment Jewelry
  7. Bullet Beer Can Opener




Athletic Lesbian

  1. Smart Water Bottle
  2. New Sports Bra
  3. Wireless Headphones
  4. GoFit Gravity Straps Set, Black
  5. On the go Gym Bag
  6. Stylish Active-ware or Running Shoes 
  7. Kettlebell



Hipster Lesbian

  1. Beanies or Hats
  2. Fun T-Shirt
  3. Messenger Bag
  4. Try going a local Brewery 
  5. Leather Bracelets
  6. Travel Coffee Mug
  7. Plaid Jacket



Artistic Lesbian

  1. Adult Coloring Book
  2. Bookish Bracelet
  3. Deluxe Sketching Kit
  4. Artful Socks
  5. Instant Print Camera
  6. Customized Notebook
  7. Organizational Supply Tote

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Keep New Year’s Resolutions with this Simple Mind Set


The New Year is here and I don’t know if I am quite ready yet. Hopefully you are ready to take on this new year.  I can’t believe another year has passed. I was looking over some of my old blog posts from last year and it amazing how fast time flies. I really can’t believe I have been blogging for two years here on OMG Lesbian Army Wife Blog ready.

I got to thinking, what are some resolutions I want to  to accomplish year? There are lots of things you as a military spouse can be ready for. Every day is a new opportunity to pick up where you left off yesterday.


However, last year my take on resolutions was don’t make any make goals. I believe goals are are more powerful way to accomplish the things you want. Ask yourself, what do you want to accomplish this year? What goals do you have? Life can be messy and uncertain that is for sure. By setting clear goals and eliminating unfruitful resolutions you can accomplish anything you want. Be true to yourself and have a clear expectation of what you set out to achieve this year. It’s easy just make a list of the top things you want out of this year.

My top 3 goals for 2017

  1. I want to do better with my finances and pay off my debit.

How can I accomplish this goal daily or monthly?

Daily – I can choose/decide if I really need to purchase and item. Is it a need or want? I just have to be careful and mindful to reach my goal.

Monthly – Pay my credit card, bills, and student loans on time. Pay more than the minimum payment or pay twice in one month

Extra Credit: Read books on personal finance or see a professional financial planner.

2.  I want to keep excelling at work.

How can I accomplish this goal daily or monthly?

Daily – Keep performing my tasks as assigned. Be a team playing and learn to get along with my co-workers.

Monthly – Check in with my boss and see what needs to be done. Ask how I am doing and what I need to improve on. Keep an eye out for projects I can talk the lead in and showcase my abilities.

Extra Credit: Take classes in my career field to further my knowledge.

3.  I want to be a better communicator.

How can I accomplish this goal daily or monthly?

Daily – Be straight forward about my ideas and get to the point of my thoughts. Be kind and patient to those around me. I don’t want to be a know it all.

Monthly – Learn to pick the best time to talk or express my thoughts. Think now about what is being said and talk later have gathering all the facts.

Extra Credit: Listen more carefully to those around me.

Really its not that hard to make New Year’s goals instead of resolutions and stick to them. Anytime you set your mind to it you can accomplish anything you want. I created a free printable to help you start off your year right.

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