Thu. Think: Reinvent Yourself Daily for Success

A 1-minute read... Creatures rise at the new dawn and live fearlessly.  Their basic needs (i.e. food, safety, and procreation) are met daily, with routine action and little thought. Imagine how much greater our lives can be with just a bit more planning! We have the ability to assess our environment, adapt to it, and … Continue reading Thu. Think: Reinvent Yourself Daily for Success

Thu. Think: Have a ‘Big Dog’ mind set. Success begins with thought.

Long legs can tread more ground faster than short ones.  Similarly, when you spend time with people who have been some places, seem some things, and had some experiences, you'll notice that their perspectives and insights are broader.  Height and girth are the focus.  Big dogs can see further (i.e. vision).  Big dogs can jump … Continue reading Thu. Think: Have a ‘Big Dog’ mind set. Success begins with thought.

More Than a Hill o’ Beans – Excellent Uses for Coffee

DID YOU KNOW COFFEE IS GREAT FOR GARDENING?  Click HERE for details (article courtesy of Youngevity). HAVE YOU WONDERED WHY COFFEE SMELLS SO GOOD?  New studies show how the aroma affects genes and proteins in our brain.  See this article link at WebMD. HOW DO YOU MAKE MONEY WITH COFFEE?  Stocks are an option.  Trying the Youngevity … Continue reading More Than a Hill o’ Beans – Excellent Uses for Coffee

MAC Makeup Fav

Like having a classic white Rolls Royce, the ability to apply makeup artfully is also on the wish list.  A love of color, imagination, and change can be wielded with a brush stroke. From one who is less than an aficionado, MAC products is my top pick for their color range & quality.  Nothing less than a stunner … Continue reading MAC Makeup Fav

Bodywork – Aromatherpy

Sharing my love of the body and all things wellness! Enjoy this Spring 2017 issue of "Body Sense." (Courtesy of Associated Bodywork & Massage Professionals) #ABMP #aromatherapy #trauma #stretching

Learning to Self-Publish (Creation – An Expression of Self)

Everyday we should be learning something. I'm a firm believer in that philosophy. I've spent most of June - and now half of July - trying to learn the art of self-publishing. It's been a tiresome experience, yet very rewarding. Createspace.com (affiliated with Amazon.com) gave me great a great first-hand experience with creating. The publishing … Continue reading Learning to Self-Publish (Creation – An Expression of Self)