Category Archives: Self Help

Thought for Today (8/14/2018)

Many today believe that they are entitled to be endowed by the government a comfortable life.  These people have a strong external locus of control, and by maintaining that thought process have no personal responsibility in success or failure as … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (8/1/2018)

I frequently have people tell me that I look somewhere between 45 and 50 years old (even people who are not trying to flatter me).  Then, I meet people who look quite a bit older than me that are in … Continue reading

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Tip for Today (7/24/2018)

CREATING A PASSWORD Many sites now require a password that has both small case and upper-case letters, numbers and special characters. This can often result in people creating passwords that are often forgotten. This sheet will help you create a … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (7/24/2018)

The hardest person to seek forgiveness from for your trespasses is usually yourself. ~ ME

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Thought for Today (7/22/2018)

What would happen if we started a movement today that responded to all posts on here and other social media that was divisive with two simple words “Not Today” for today only?  Would it make a difference? What would happen … Continue reading

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Thought for Today (7/17/2018)

Life is short with much to learn. The slower you are at learning it, the less time you’ll have to experience its full potential. ~ ME

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Did You Know… (7/13/2018)

Did you know that humming can relieve stress?  Humming a happy tune relieves stress and is good for your sinuses. I always thought that people humming hummed because they didn’t know the words.  Who would have thought that they were … Continue reading

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