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Renee Dubeau

Finding your magic after life kicks your ass.

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How Liz Gilbert Kicked my Ass.

I have a handful of badass lady authors who I absolutely love. I love them for their realness, candor and unbelievable talent. I love them for their examples of what it means to live authentically without apology, to be who... Continue Reading →

Resolution Revolution

As the new year quickly approaches, many of us are preparing for the same old, tired resolutions as every year before. Most of us probably want to lose weight, quit smoking or drinking <insert applicable vice here>, pay off debt,... Continue Reading →

How to Fight for Your Life.

When someone is critically injured, or is diagnosed with a serious illness, we often say that person is "fighting for their life". As a healthcare worker, and hospice volunteer, I've watched many people fight these brutal battles. Whether a heart... Continue Reading →

I’ve grown restless.

An indescribable sensation consumes my days. It's something like being trapped between duty and desire. The demands of logic and prudence shouting over the pretty whisper of my gypsy heart. I've become conflicted. Completely certain, and also utterly unclear what... Continue Reading →

I Remember what I Wanted to be when I Grow up.

I believe it was in the third grade. My teacher passed out paper and crayons to the whole class and gave us one simple assignment. We were to draw a picture of what we wanted to be when we grew... Continue Reading →

How NaNoWriMo helped me get my $hit Together

I was certain that it wasn't humanly possible to write that many words in a month anyway. He was crazy for even trying, right? Who does that?

Going back to my Roots…

I'm spending the day clicking down memory lane. It's time for me to gather my little stories and give them to the world in book form. I'm just amazed looking back on Dysfunction Diaries. I had no idea where it... Continue Reading →

The End of an Era

The time has come for me to retire my first blog, Dysfunction Diaries.  It's a bittersweet decision for me. I started that site about eight years ago. It was vulgar, irreverent, and usually hilarious. It's where my writing career began-... Continue Reading →

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