Today I weighed myself, and with the help of my boyfriend (because I can’t see over my big belly) we discovered I weighed 305 pounds! That means I’ve lost 15 pounds! Its not been easy at all! I’ve been trying to get to the gym once a day to work out. Working out is so […]
“Unlikely” KD will play at start of NBA Finals (Calf) “I’m not worried about that. They’re going to be very cautious with this. They’ve won 6 game in a row without him” – Scott “If this is going to be a 6-7 game series, then you’re going to need KD. I don’t think the Golden […]
The first blog post… it seems somewhat surreal after a few attempts to create a site which felt authentic to my own journey. Many posts have been written, many ideas have been shared. Yet I sit here today with a blank canvas, starting fresh, creating content for who I am in this moment. For those […]
Brightburn has a way of tensing you up via jump scares and plenty of gore.
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More than 100 government protocol officers undergoing a two-day training session have got fond words of motivation from President Dr. George Manneh Weah who has called on them to make maximum use of new skills and expertise being imparted into them. At least 125 protocol officers drawn from all three branches of Government are undergoing […]
Albert Einstein once said, “great spirits have always encouraged violent opposition from mediocre minds.” Every human being walking on the face of the planet desire; accept love and belongingness. However, this need and desire to connect, belong and be loved can hinder us when we let the opinion and thought of others decide and define […]
What is Consumer Socialisation??? Socialization of the consumer is the process through which young people develop skills, knowledge and attitudes related to the consumer. In consumer socialization there are two major parts of socialization agents that influence children’s consumer behavior. The two major parts are parents, and mass media (Ward, 1974; Moschis and Moore, 1979). According to these early studies, parents play the dominant influence role until the child reaches adolescence, when mass media […]
“Anyone can become angry-that is easy. But to be angry with the right person, to the right degree, at the right time, for the right purpose, and in the right way-this is not easy”.——-(Aristotle) Is IQ destiny? Not nearly as much as we think. Our view of human intelligence is far too narrow, and that […]
I was nominated for a Liebster Award.by BionicOldGuy, who is doing a great job of “Aging Gracefully by Staying Active”. I appreciate his blog because it manages to both educate and entertain me. It also gives me a bit of inspiration as I try to become better on the bike. Please take a look at […]
I’m going to aim to write three posts tonight, while I probably could have put everything into the weekly review, I wanted to make sure my thoughts remained somewhat cohesive and delineated. This posts will be to address my current state of mind, some musings I’ve had, as well as things I’ve read that have […]
The Happy Curse by Pocash Being late but the manager was not angry Turning up low ticket sales and the manager was not angry. Even worse is the lack of acknowledgement Worse still is the lack of interaction. I guess it’s good to be happy It gives motivation and prevent truancy Glad but […]
Semiconductor Manufacturing International (SMIC), one of China’s largest chipmakers, is delisting from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE), stating the decision is not related to the heightened tensions between the United States and China, said CNBC. The Shanghai-based component manufacturer worth $5.4 billion, has notified the NYSE it will apply for the voluntary delisting of […]