Today I was approached by someone who had been reading some of my recent writings and said that my upbeat perspective caused them to have a new outlook on their day and that they wished they could be nearly as positive as I am. To this I said, you can. Continue reading “Choose A Positive Mind; Choose Happiness”
This morning I was out Christmas shopping when I came across a Salvation Army bell ringer. I did my usual smile and “Merry Christmas, thank you for ringing the bell today” as I put my donation in the bucket & went about my Christmas shopping, not thinking much of it. Continue reading “Little Acts DO Make A Difference”
That’s right. This major freeze baby is thankful for -30 degree wind chills and a numb face.
Continue reading “Thankful For -30 Degree Wind Chills”
I hate talking politics. Most of all, I hate how it seems to bring out the worst in people. But with all the hatred and anger I have seen today, I had to say something. Continue reading “It’s Not About Who Won”
Flaw (noun): a mark, fault, weakness, defect, or other imperfection that mars a substance or object.
Often times we look at our flaws as simply that – a weakness that soils ourselves and our image, when in reality, we are the only ones that let our so called “flaws” soil us. Continue reading “A Raw New Perspective On Flaws”
To the one that broke my heart: thank you.
Here’s 12 ways to make sure you make it out of freshman year alive, because who wants one of those freshman horror stories to become their reality? Continue reading “How To Survive Your First Year At College”