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Celia Marszal-Iannelli

Celia Marszal-Iannelli
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Celia is a native New Yorker enjoying a second career — in 'retirement' — as a freelance writer. She lives in Jamesport.

Celia Iannelli The gift of time is the most precious resource of all

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Say what you want to say, do what you want to do because waiting for the “perfect time” can easily morph into a lost opportunity.

Celia Iannelli: Way-way-way too much information— parsing the popularity of ‘Trash TV’

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Trash TV features bleeped profanity, tales of lurid trysts and regular on-camera fistfights. Why do people go on these talk shows — and why do we watch them?

Celia Iannelli: Just when you think you’re in, you’re out

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Sinatra sang, "You're riding high in April, shot down in May" when he performed That's Life. Celia has the answer if that happens to you.

Celia Iannelli: Life’s paradoxical ‘lost and found’

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We humans possess tremendous power to make life miserable or joyous. It's all whether we recognize the happiness we have while we are living it.

Celia Iannelli Choose to light a candle to chase away the dark

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Worry takes you into the dark and steals the joy from your life.

Celia Iannelli We may have come a long way since then — but baby we’ve still got a long way to...

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The glass ceiling has been cracked but not broken. Women have made great strides toward equality, but we're not there yet.

Looking back on the ‘headlines’ of life

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Recalling memories of moments great and small makes us realize that's the "stuff" of life.

Celia Iannelli In today’s world more than ever before, the only thing certain is uncertainty

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Celia reflects on uncertainty - the one constant in life of which we can all be certain.