Saturday, April 03, 2010


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Friday, December 18, 2009

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Monday, February 09, 2009

From My Dear Friend Kesha

"I'm an artist and my life will be my greatest masterpiece: I choose the people I surround myself with. I determine who and what I want to believe in. I determine my limits. I'm in control of how I spend my time, money and energy. Undoubtedly, the influence of others plays a large role in shaping my masterpiece but I accept responsibility that everything I have, everything I am, and everything I feel, has been created by me.

I am tired of carrying the "brokenness" that's been weighing my soul. I know now that the only way to release myself of this feeling is through forgiveness. I forgive everyone for the pain and disappointment they've brought to me - most importantly, I forgive myself. Letting go is just that easy, and just that hard."

I think what she wrote is beautiful.  I need to read this daily until this becomes a part of my everyday thinking.  

It's time.

Monday, January 26, 2009


It's no wonder that the majority of people are dysfunctional considering we have a dysfunctional society and government.

Wednesday, January 14, 2009

Truth. From a friend.

"Don’t forget your “self” Jacque. It is you that the “right guy” will be drawn to."

Sunday, January 11, 2009

Tips on Saving Money!

* Buy a bread maker. You can buy one for $55. If it saves you just $4 a week on store-bought bread, that's $208 a year. A 280% return.

* Get a credit card with a great sign-up bonus. Like the AirTran Visa card. Cost: The $40 annual fee. After your first purchase you get enough reward miles for a free flight, saving maybe $250. Then cancel the card. Return: 525%.

* Take out a local library card. Cost: Nothing. If it saves you $10 a month on books, that's $120 a year. Return: Infinite. Note: Some libraries now let you borrow electronic books over the Internet as well.

* Replace your premium cable package with a Netflix subscription and a $100 set-top box. You can download movies and TV programs as well getting DVDs through the mail. Cost: $100 for the cheapest set-top box, plus $17 a month for a three-movie subscription. If it replaces a $50-a-month cable package, that's a 98% return on investment.

* Order a packet of seeds and plant them in a window box or garden. Growing your own herbs, spices, and even vegetables – depending on the amount of space you have – is a great investment. If you spent just $10 on seeds and saved a mere $50 in the year, that's a 400% ROI.

* Switch to a prepaid cellphone. Cost: $20 for the phone, and maybe $100 a year for minutes. Move the rest of your talk-time to free Internet calls, and stop hemorrhaging $60 a month on a cellular plan. ROI: 500%

* Start making your own coffee to take to work each morning. Cost: $20 for a Thermos, $10 for a filter and papers, and $60 a year for ground coffee. Then skip the $4 a day drive-thru. If that saves you $1,000 a year, the return is more than 1,000 %.

Thursday, January 08, 2009

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