Posts in category "Motivation"
I ran across a post from a friend on Facebook. She mentioned that life was too short not to be happy and that she refuses to be anything other than happy. If only people understood that wanting to be happy is as simple as choosing to be. So many fall into playing the victim of situation and circumstance... Read more »
The other day while waiting to check out at the grocery store I ran into a young woman. Within the five minutes of speaking with her I learned a lifetime of lessons. Her advice: you’re never too old to find love, and its never too late to pursue your dreams. This young lady just happened... Read more »
Ladies who is in your entourage? If you are like millions of others you will be glued to the television Saturday night to watch one of the most hyped fights of the year. When its your turn to step into the ring who do you have in your entourage. Look closely to see if any... Read more »
There comes a time in every woman’s life when she must bite the bullet, swallow her pride, ignore all the “I told you so’s” and end her relationship. The saying, it is better to love and lose than never love at all can be debated by any woman who has to make a difficult decision... Read more »
There are the sweet desired fruits: pineapples, strawberries, oranges and peaches to name a few. And then there is the bitter taste of the lemon. Ask anyone what there favorite fruit is and rarely will they say, “lemon.” Ask yourself, when is the last time you’ve seen a fruit basket with a lemon in it.... Read more »
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