Women are bombarded with thousands of things claiming to assist us seem beautiful, young, and enticing to others. You have a tendency to square measure told that one magic potion or some special formula can make us look fantastically attractive, unbelievable glamorous, and forever young. But I think that the most marvelous, powerful, and authentic … Continue reading Ladies: Are You Self Conscious?
As kids, for everything you have a coach, a teacher, or a parent guiding you and encouraging you on. Words of encouragement are plentiful, and someone is there is always looking out for your well-being. As adults... As adults, this relationship is very tough to establish. Wouldn't it be nice to have somebody aiding you … Continue reading Warning! Are You Sabotaging Your Success?
Do you ever wonder if you really hate housework? True, most of us have no doubts about our feelings toward that necessary evil that distracts us from the pleasures of life. If there is any ambivalence about those feelings, I have several clues that might help you figure this out. If you can answer yes to any of these you probably hate housework or are too busy to do it. (At the bottom of this post you can see a reasonable way to avoid it.)
- Are there dust bunnies breeding under your bed or couch?
- Do you have dark, dingy cobwebs hanging from the corners of your ceilings?
- When you sit on your couch does a cloud of dust rise into the air?
- Do you dread when other people come to see you because of all the silly lies you have to prevaricate to explain the mess…
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A beautiful story. And a thought Provoking moral. Youl will be coming back to this one. I know I will.
This is a story I read and loved as a child. Since I don’t have the book, I’ve told the story as well as I could remember it, but with a few of my own embellishments.
Once upon a time a poor farmer, his wife and five children lived in an average sized but nice farmhouse. But as all of us feel dissatisfied with some part of our lot in life, the wife began to complain to her husband that their house was too small.
“My house is so small, there is no room for a sneeze!”
“Go to the wise man on the mountain and ask him what we must do to make more room in my house!” She nagged and complained so much, that the poor farmer couldn’t listen to her any more. He left the next day to…
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Hi, Susan here. I've been away for a long time. Honest I neglected my blog. In case you need a reminder of who I am please check out my About page. You can read my past blog posts too. But, I'm back. And I will be here for a long time. Thanks to all my … Continue reading I’m back
A few weeks ago I was listening to Annette Rochelle Aben's attitude of gratitude show. The show is compelling. I can't help but agree with her. As I was listening to it I remembered that I haven't done anything for you, my readers. But what do I do! How do I show you my gratitude! I … Continue reading This is for you
You and I, both of us, want to be happy. We do not want to be sad. We don't want to be lonely. Depressed? Heck NO! Wanna know how to be happy and super-productive. Check out this article I've written on TheSeeds4Life.com.
Carrying around a list of everyone who thinks you're not good enough is exhausting. - Seth Godin You decide whether you want to carry it around or not. Decide now to let go off it.
The only thing that you have to fear is fear itself. All of the great people who have gone before us; who have accomplished great things. Attained greatness through this thing called trial and error. So don't be afraid of failure. Just do it. 90% of the things we fear will never happen. The rest … Continue reading Stumbling your way to greatness
First step. A picture is worth a thousand words. Couldn't stop myself from sharing this.