Boundaries to consider

Boundaries to Consider…I say no to things I don’t like.I say no to things that don’t contribute to my growth.I say no to things that rob me of valuable time.I spend time around healthy people.I reduce my interactions with peoplewho drain my energy.I protect my energy against peoplewho threaten my sanity.I practice positive self-talk.I allow…

She is fire 🔥

You are not your age, nor the size of the clothes you wear.You are not a weight, or the color of your hair.You are not your name, or the dimples in your cheeks.You are all the books you read, and all the words you speak.You are your croaky morning voice, and the smiles you try…

Personal Development Plan: How To Avoid Being Dead At 30, Buried At 70! Your heart is a wonderful garden. Be kind to it and give it the space it needs to keep growing. Then water it and fertilize it and keep it healthy. Let your heart grow and blend with the love within. You must nurture your own inner being to accept yourself as you are. If you don’t accept you will never be at peace with yourself.

Your sitting at your desk all day. How it will feel to achieve it? What will be the cost to you if you don’t achieve? Start to make a list of all of the people and resources that you will need along the way to achieving your vision. Bad habits stem from bad values, and…

Let us never forget

At the height of the Irish Potato Famine in 1847, almost 4,000 ships carried food from Ireland to England and Scotland while 400,000 Irish died of starvation and related diseases. The same year, a Native American tribe sent $170 to help ease the suffering.

Miracle of pregnancy

“When pregnant, the cells of the baby migrate into the mothers bloodstream and then circle back into the baby, it’s called “fetal-maternal microchimerism”.⁠For 41 weeks, the cells circulate and merge backwards and forwards, and after the baby is born, many of these cells stay in the mother’s body, leaving a permanent imprint in the mothers…

Paddington bear

In the late 1930s-1940s, Michael Bond, author of Paddington Bear, saw Jewish refugee children (Kindertransport children) walking through Reading Station, arriving in Britain escaping from the Nazi horrors of Europe. Mr. Bond, touched by what he saw that he recalled those memories 20 years later when he began his story of Paddington Bear. One morning…