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Wow, I sit here wondering where the month has gone. Shocked and amazed that October has ended and November is beginning.

Halloween was a bit of a disappointment. I was hoping we’d be able to pass out candy to the trick or treaters but the rain seemed to held them back from knocking on our doors. When we realized this, we chose to go to the theater and see the hilarious movie Despicable Me 2. This movie had my wife laughing throughout the whole film. Definitely go see, or rent, it if you’re looking for a good laugh.

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Image via Wordle

But now it’s time to get down to business. Let’s look at how the blog did last month and what’s coming up.

Top Posts

1. 10 Facts You Should Know About Modern Day Slavery – Modern day slavery has to be an important topic. This post has been in the top spot the past couple of months. Lets not forget there are still slaves in the land.

We’re three-quarters of the way through 2013. The end of the year is quickly approaching.

Have you been moving towards your goals and accomplishing the things you wanted to this year?

Wordle September 2013

Honestly, I’ve been approaching my goals slower than I wanted to. My eBook should have been released by now. I should have more followers than I do. I should feel more accomplished than I do.

Sitting here, I’m shrugging my shoulders and telling myself: It’s okay. And it is. We are where we are. Once we realize this, we can move on.

So, regardless of what you’ve accomplished or what you’ve knocked off your to-do list, you can move forward today.

With that behind us, let’s take a look at the top blog posts, top commenters, and site statistics. Heck, I’ll even through in some news!

I cannot believe that August is now behind us. This summer hasn’t really seemed like a summer to us.

The weather has been less than summery and our lives have dramatically changed. I also haven’t been pursuing my goals as hard as I should have been.

What about you? How has summer treated you? I hope it’s been a swell summer.

As we’ve closed out August and the unofficial summer is coming to an end, it’s time to review how August went for JMLalonde.com. Let’s take a look at the top posts for the month, the top commenters, site statistics, and some site news.

Jumble of words used in August

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Top Posts

1. The Lie Of Busy

2. 10 Facts You Should Know About Modern Day Slavery

3. 4 Ways You Can Create A Leadership Presence

4. What You Do In The In-Between Matters

Thank God July is finally done. Normally, it’s a great month but it’s been a struggle to get through.

We’ve been dealing with the death of our dog and family/friends health issues. July has been a rough month.

However, we’re moving into a new month and that means new beginnings are available. Are you with me on that?

It also means it’s time for the monthly recap. Let’s see what June held for the blog.

Fun jumble of words used during July

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Top Posts

1. 10 Facts You Should Know About Modern Day Slavery: I’m glad to see this holding in the top posts section. Modern day slavery is a real issue and we need to be aware of this fact.

2. The Toughest Decision I’ve Had To Make: This is the blog post I never wanted to write. I still get choked up thinking about putting our dog down. He was a great dog and there will always be an empty spot in our hearts.

Can you believe it’s already July? Our year is already half over and Christmas is now less than 6 months away.

For me, the year has flown by. I’m working towards my goals. How about you?

With that, it’s time to check out the happenings at JMLalonde.com. Quite a bit has happened and there’s still some items being decided on. I hope you’re ready to read the June 2013 recap.

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Image via Wordle.net

Top Posts

1. 10 Facts You Should Know About Modern Day Slavery – Modern day slavery seems to be a hot topic. In this post, I helped shed some light on a phenomenon that is still happening today. Did you know this?

2. 7 Mistakes Leaders Should Avoid Making – A great listing of mistakes leaders are making and why you should avoid making the mistakes listed.