Good things happen to those who do! Waiting hurts…waiting is boring. Go out there and start capturing your dreams. Even if it’s only one little thing at a time. Pretty soon you look around and things are looking mighty fine. Try it, you’ll love it. I guarantee.
Ever see happy people and wonder what the hell they are so happy about?
I’ll tell you because I feel like this about 85% of the time now.
I work towards simplicity of thought and feeling. I work towards the simplicity of everyday living and of course that includes getting rid of unnecessary expenses.
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I sit by my phone & have texted that child 10 times already and he does not text back to let me know he is alive.
As I get more worried and angry at the event that happens weekly. I think to myself that I remember when someone mentioned to me that parenting does not end after they become adults. And why oh why does he always do this to me.
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Are you optimizing your life?
I feel like I am. Although I must say that some days I don’t exactly have the balance right, but I do feel as though I am trying to do something good and fruitful every day.
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Sometimes life gets far too serious. November has been a very trying month for my family. We have been victims to some pretty foul moods and unreasonable expectations from outside sources and every day is another day in trying to keep calm and reminding ourselves that tomorrow is another day and another chance to be better.
But sometimes, funny moments happen and you just laugh out loud and it’s gives a much needed break in a much too serious week.
Remember to laugh out loud for real today. It is sometimes the only way to make it out alive.
I have to admit it…I anticipate November every month with a bit of a dread. It’s such a sad month.
It gets dark earlier, usually because of a time change early in the month. The leaves disappear from the trees and the rains start and the weather gets colder. All of it makes me feel like finding a warm blanket and not putting my nose out until the first snowfall and Christmas decoration.
Along with the fact that this month means a stall in life until spring, it also represents some pretty hefty bills when it comes to this family. We end up having to buy or change tires, oil changes, windshield washer and wiper upgrades etc… not to mention the winterizing of the home and such.
We also buy out heating wood usually in the months ahead to get us through the weather.
I’m hoping because of our money situation as in us being finally debt free (exception of the mortgage) we can get the wood and more of it earlier in the upcoming year so November next year is not such an expenditure heavy month ever again.
To add to all of it this year, we actually had to have our passport renewed because they expired. And while the idea of getting them for 10 years instead of 5 is an awesome one. The price is also double for double the time.
I’m hoping that I can actually get a break in December! And finally see a bank account grow and know what that feels like for a difference. HA! I guess that will have to be continued. While we wait for that, here is another video explaining why I Don’t Like November.
Is there a month that makes you feel poor? Let me know in the comments!