What memories of Christmas do you have from your past years? Memories and Meaning One of the things I always remember from growing up, is visiting my Grandparent's house and having all of my aunts, uncles, cousins, and other relatives visiting for the holiday. For sure, every Christmas holiday is always spent with loved ones.… Continue reading Merry Christmas to All!
One of the funniest things, I think, is when people realize they are out of shape or overweight. I don't think it's funny because of the state their body is in. I think it is funny because typically, like all things on Earth, humans try to take the easiest path of least resistance; because of… Continue reading Myers Mindset Podcast: Stop trying to change your health overnight podcast
Great post about an easy way to get rid of things that are cluttering your life!
I’m a hoarder. It’s one of the first things I talked about when I started blogging all those years ago – I like to keep everything for so many reasons: future crafty projects like scrapbooks, saving memories and often as a ‘just in case.’ After moving house several times in the last four years, it became evident that I had amassed more than I ever wanted or needed, so I have embarked on a self-styled project in recent months to rid my house (and my life) of unnecessary items that took up much needed space.
Before I started, I gave myself a one year rule: anything that I hadn’t read, listen to, worn or looked at had to go. I then decided on three categories for the physical items: rubbish and recycling, charity and sale-worthy.
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As you are probably aware from my previous post, Travel to the Philippines, that I've been working hard on compiling all of our wonderful photos and videos into a single video to make it easier for sharing our trip with friends and family. Let me tell you, it is a huge amount of work to get… Continue reading Philippines Video Complete… Finally!
CultureShock! is an awesome book series dedicated to informing the uninformed about different cultures throughout the world to better help in adjusting to the differences in culture and tradition. If you're ever curious about a different place of the world or if you know you're going somewhere new for an extended period of time, I… Continue reading Culture Shock!
As you're already aware from the title of this post, it isn't like most of my other ones. This is more of my engineering side. I have some plants around my apartment and while we were prepping for vacation to the Philippines I thought, "how will my plants get watered?", and immediately started to do… Continue reading Automatic Plant Watering Using Arduino
Do you feel you pay too much for your wireless phone service? Of course you do, everyone does. FreedomPop is an interesting company that will give a limited amount of data away, every month, for FREE! The basic plan, with LTE, is only 200 MB, with 200 minutes of talk (through their app interface), and… Continue reading Wireless Service: FreedomPop
No, I'm not posting about the idea of creationism or evolution or the long standing battle between the two. What this is about is how great it feels to create something. Think about the last project you did, where you had to create something. Whether it be at work, at home, in a club of… Continue reading Creation and Powerful Thinking
Mabuhay! Reading this title you might be wondering what this post will be about as always. It may seem it could be bad or good or in between but take it as it is and open your mind and heart for greatness. Love is a very special bond between two people. It has ups and… Continue reading Thoughts on love
Sometimes the day can feel like it's just not moving anywhere and other days it feels like you didn't even get a chance to breathe. Taking the time to tighten the lines of your sail and catch more wind to power up your day can seriously give some great benefits. The same goes the other… Continue reading Daily Prompt – Sail