Sharing My ULTIMATE VISION with You. Will You Share Yours?

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Without Vision, The People Perish. Proverbs 29:18

Last week, I spoke about why it’s imperative to have a Blueprint for your life and the thing is that there’s no time better than now to have one.

As I began the journey of changing my life, my habits and creating the life of my dreams,  I realized that people avoid creating a vision for their lives because they believe the exercise is futile.

I’ve also observed that the most successful, interesting and accomplished people all have a vision for their lives. They have a life plan.

While, on the other hand, those who are stuck in a rut with that sense of hopelessness and simply passing time in life without joy and aspiration, lack a vision. In fact, many of them don’t even bother to have any long-term goals because at the back of their minds they silently feel ‘why bother when…

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Would you sign a prenup

Prenup! Yay or Nay??
English Rose would love to hear what you have to say about this one 😉


The topic of prenups is one that welcomes many mixed views. Me andJoshboth share our perspective on this topic. To kick this post of we should first get a better understanding of what a prenup actually is:

A prenup is a legal contract/agreement that states how both finances and assets will be split between a couple in the unfortunate case of divorce.
Some people are comfortable with the concept of signing a prenup whilst others will take immediate offence to this and could even flat-out refuse to sign it.

From researching this topic the most common reason as to why people take the idea of a prenup personally is that they believe it shows a lack of trust. They also see this agreement as preparing for the end of the marriage before it has even begun. Others that are for the idea of a prenup see it as…

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Why did they Like your post?

Interesting read and I have wondered this myself! Why do people “like” and not “comment” and vice versa on a post?

Branching Out

I have been watching this
phenomenon since I started blogging.

A post can receive more Likes,
than Comments.


Do you notice that?

Do you ever ask yourself,
Whydid they Like my post?

Aren’t you curious?

I am!!!

  • Yes, a Like is better than a no read at all.
  • A Like lets you know, someone read your post.
  • I understand that we may not ALWAYS have a comment to share.
  • I have Liked, without leaving a comment!
  • Comments are optional…so are Likes.
  • There is a good chance, we are pressed for time…… yet…

…certainly you must wonder,
why did people Like your post?
[Deep down inside, don’t you want them to leave a Comment?]

Why DID they like your post?

I mean…. they read and LIKED your post.
And then they left?
Without sharing with you,
WHY they Liked your post.


…and you are okay…

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5 Things Blogging has taught me so far….

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stocksnap_fhted9eq3bI have not been doing this blogging thing very long and WOW it’s really been like studying a whole new career. I have spent these past 5 mo studying a few hours nightly from the experts out there. What I have learned so far is;

1. I am not technical, BUT I can be taught. I laugh at this statement now because this was huge fear of mind that actually held me back from pursuing this sooner. I may be slower than some, take more notes, ask more questions… but I’m HERE... I’m doing it!!!

2. Accountability to myself-What I mean by this is,  I have finally reached that threshold where I’m writing for myself. We all have accountability to our family, loved ones, jobs, children and such. This is a deeper sense of being accountable to our creative selves  and how we put out in there in the world..

3.  …

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While I was at the gym this morning I started thinking about what I am Thankful for this week!! I came up with a myriad of things and realized how very lucky I am. Then that also became something to be thankful for ! How Lucky I Am My in-laws. On Sunday Paul and I […]

via Thankful Thursday: 2/16 — Making Time For Me

Why Living In The Present Is So Difficult

I cannot teach anybody anything, I can only make them think -Socrates Can we learn to live a good life after having carried extensive baggage into every relationship for decades? Could philosophy be helpful in this endeavor while not putting us to sleep? Could we start this process from the comfort of our iPhone or […]

via Why It Is So Hard to Live in the Present, shared by The School of Life — WiseDrugged

Yay!! It’s Party Time, Come Right In

The fun never stops! 🙂 Looking for another party to fill your weekend? Drop by A Cooking Pot and Twisted Tales!

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Image result for images of partyYay! It’s fun time this time. Can you believe that January is finished already? Phew! I can’t stop saying it, time sure flies.

Welcome to my house and Happy New Year to all those I haven’t chatted with this year. I hope your weekend is going great.

Here is a toast to a great year.

Image result for toast gifNow let’s meet & mingle, shake a leg & jingle, connect & interact with other awesome folks in here.

If this is your first-time visit, the rules of play are outlined below, if you are an old-timer, you know the drill.

Grab some refreshments arranged down the page. Feel free to indulge, these are zero calories😉

Just some little party rules:

  1. You must mix and mingle with others. Don’t be a wallflower. Go say hello to someone, follow them home – this is the only time you are allowed to follow a stranger home on a first date…

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