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Speak Up! Friday Quotes (1)

“Why did I throw out a negative comment? It added to the general loss of morale without making any useful point” (Gretchen Rubin, the Happiness Project). I can relate. Can you? Share your experiences below if you feel comfortable enough.

The Wonders of Beige (ONE WORD PHOTO CHALLENGE: BEIGE)

Weekly Photo Challenge: Express Yourself

In response to The Daily Post’s weekly photo challenge: “Express Yourself.” “This day by God’s mercy I am 29 years of age, and in very good health, and like to live and get an estate and if I have a heart to be contented, I think I may reckon myself as happy a man as […]

THAT MOMENT WHEN THURSDAYS

THAT MOMENT WHEN THURSDAYS

That moment when a song comes on the radio and different scenes from your book flash through your mind. That moment when you get a great idea in the shower.

THAT MOMENT WHEN THURSDAYS

THAT MOMENT WHEN THURSDAYS

VIDEO “When Nobody Else Sees Any Life in It, God Resurrects It”

Read more at: http://www.crosswalk.com/11620429/ “Only God can turn a MESS into a message, a TEST into a testimony, a TRIAL into a triumph, a VICTIM into a victory.”

Survival of the Fittest: Joe Rogan – Do What You Love, Because Society Is A Trap And Work Is Meaningless

THIS!!

POLL: Typing vs. Handwriting (Which is mightier?)

Memory improvement. Better flow of creativity. Stronger resistance to distractions. Faster speeds. Less worry about spelling and grammar. No hand or wrist cramps. Supposedly, your weapon of choice can affect all of these events and more. So which do you prefer to “write” or “express yourself” and why?

If I Had a Dollar (Why I Am a Feminist)

If I Had a Dollar (Why I Am a Feminist)

Originally posted on girl in the hat:
image courtesy Devil Doll Because my mother was a painter and a beauty when artists had patrons and a woman like that needed a man to take care of her, so she married a money man. Because my mother’s mother was a beauty and her mother was, too,…

Meaningful Little Acts

In any relationship (real or not real), the small things can mean so much. A handwritten note left in their purse, wallet, or book bag. A prayer and active faith. A smile. A hug. A look. A good morning / night text. A simple “hey” to show you’re thinking of them. A listening ear, focused […]