Month: January 2016

What Are You Thankful For?

So I’ve been waiting for inspiration; waiting for my muse.  I had my positive message (Abraham Hicks) going while I’m riding the stationary bike, doing foot rehab, and I decided to write about gratitude.  I don’t want to sound boastful,

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Could You Live On A Boat – Less Is More

I love the idea of small living.  It doesn’t matter to me if it were a small house or a boat.  We don’t live on our boat, but we know people that do.  I’ve had the big house most people

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Pacemakers, Fishing & The Meaning Of Life

I was called Joycee as a child.  This last year, I’ve really started to relate to the name, and I want to be a sea of joy, and bring that to others.  In the past I’ve been know for being

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Fish Chowder Is Like Getting Something For Nothing

Fish chowder is one of my favorite soups.  It always appeals to my frugal side because I make it out of parts of the fish that most people throw away.  I like to use halibut or white sea bass for

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Joy Sea Style Fishing – Why I Love It

I’m pretty spoiled when it comes to fishing.  My childhood fishing often included being tired, hungry, cold and needing to go to the bathroom (the bucket was fine for the boys).  My one rule is I have to be warm. 

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Be Prepared – Check Your Boat And Camping First Aid Kit

  Is there a better time to talk first aid about injuries than when you’re sitting around nursing them?  As I’m writing this, I’m nearing the four month mark of having shattered my heel, while jumping off the boat onto

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