The evening settled on us like a welcome mediator. Dimming the stark reality, hushing tones, and muffling our harsh thoughts. I heard a sigh and wondered if it was another unspoken apology or merely a step closer to the door.
Fictional Perspectives On Apocalypse 1. Most people hate the rain, ruins their hair and makeup. Gotta wear ugly rain boots, cars splash you when they pass. Some people love the rain. Standing in the pouring rain can be so freeing, and it's always fun to splash around in the puddles. If you ever wondered how … Continue reading Perspectives On Apocalypse
"Those hot summer nights spent on the porch, with my skirts hiked up, a glass of perspiring lemonade beside me, and a drip of sweat sliding torturously down my temple."
In the spring of 2014, I started my first solo blog, and I named it Surprising and Powerful Lives. My first post was about people's different appetites and how activity could affect your appetite throughout the day. It was awful. I diligently continued to write more posts and a few kind hearted people read them … Continue reading How To Improve Your Writing Skills And Grammar
Everyone has been there, probably many times throughout their life. A point when stress, worry, fear of the unknown, anxiety, or any other number of things seem overwhelming. Perhaps you feel smothered and helpless. During the time when you most want to be able to think clearly, logically, and realistically, you feel as if your … Continue reading The Best Way To Move Through Life’s Problems
The problem with taking all we can get away with is that we fail to invest in a cushion, in goodwill, in a reserve for when things don't go the way we expect.Short-term thinking pays no attention to the possible need for trust. It pushes us to take what we can right now, without regard for … Continue reading Seth’s Blog: Overdraft protection
Photograph courtesy of http://www.jimrohn.com In 2015 I wrote the following post: Jim Rohn was broke at 25 years old and a millionaire by 31 years old. He managed to achieve this by meeting and becoming the employee of John Earle Shoaff, an entrepreneur. Jim Rohn learned a new philosophy about life that then changed his … Continue reading Jim Rohn, So Much More Than A Businessman