Showing posts from April, 2021

7 things you should never fuss about when it comes on to others.

People will live and do as they please!  You can't control other people's behavior, but you can control how you respond. It's time to declutter your mental space of all the things that are of no concern to you.  Below are seven things you should never fuss about when it comes on to other people. “ Instead of worrying about what you cannot control, shift your energy to what you can create.” ―  Roy T. Bennett 1. Other people's opinions about you. Stop allowing other people's opinions to rent a space in your head. Stop reducing yourself to other people's perceptions of you. Stop defining yourself with their vocabulary. Stop squeezing yourself into their myopic version of you. No one knows you better than you do.  What others think about you is their business, not yours. Let them handle it, that's not your problem. Stop fussing yourself about who doesn't like you. Stop walking on the precipice of other people's opinions. At the end of the day, people are

No Code Mobile Application Development Platform

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Five reasonable questions to ask on your first date.

  First dates can be nerve-wracking at times. What should I say? Hope I don't mess up. Hope I make a good impression. What should I wear? Do I look good? And the whole nine yards. While your first date doesn't have to be scripted. You also don't want to sit there and just stare into space.  You want to break the ice and start up a conversation.  There are many who have flunked in this area and have ended their chances of dating any further at the first date. This is an opportunity for you to know each other a little better. Don't be selfish talking about yourself the whole time. Give the other party a chance to share a little about themselves and show interest in what they are saying. This is not the time to flaunt your achievements, vocabulary, or which big names you are friends with. It isn't time to spill your guts either. You don't have to go about confessing all your deeds and whatnot. You don't know who you are talking to.  I have compiled five reasona

Social Media Facade (Poem)

“Every man has his secret sorrows which the world knows not, and oftentimes we call a man cold when he is only sad.” ―  Henry Wadsworth Longfellow  I keep them laughing, They all think that I'm doing okay, So many wished for the life of me, The face behind my profile picture isn't what they see, Smiley emojis that hide my frown, But when I'm off social media my world comes tumbling down, You see, having many followers doesn't mean I'm not alone, In the real world, I have struggles of my own. Likes, comments, thousands of shares, I wish I knew someone that truly cares, Social media is just a highlight reel , These happy moments are only a cover-up of what I try to conceal, Of all the people I make happy, I'm the one who is sad, There isn't one to make me glad, Yes, Influencers have their insecurities too and, They're real people like the rest of you! “Maybe we all have darkness inside of us and some of us are better at dealing with it than others.” ―  Jas

Five good decisions to make early in your adult life.

  The early years of your adult life are invaluable. Handle them with great care. You have the power to shape these years into a future that will bring you bountiful rewards. You will never get these years back.  Do something that you'll be proud of. In the golden years, you'll smile about it.  I'll give you some invaluable lessons that I learned in my early twenties. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. Best life advice for 20-year-olds. 1. Avoid the use of harmful substances in your body. Respect your body! Your health is your wealth. Eat properly, pray, exercise, rest, practice good hygiene, meditate on positive energy, and express gratitude.  Always appreciate the gift of life. Your life is fragile, it's like the grass that flourishes then withers away. Invest your days wisely; don't spend them idly. The body was not made to be a depository for harmful drugs and alcohol. It has no use for them.  Protect your vital organs from the use of harmful substa

Top 5 reasons low and average income earners should own a side income.

Everything can change in a split second. We are here today, gone the same. We plan, we hope, and expect, we look forward to what will come, both good and bad. Yet, no one knows exactly what the future will bring, we can only prepare for the best and expect the worst. God has given mankind wisdom on how to prepare for the future. Below are five reasons you should be generating a side income as a low or average income earner. Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links that will take you to another website. What is passive income? Passive income is money you earn in a way that requires little to no daily effort to maintain. Some passive income ideas—like renting out a property or building a blog—may take some work to get up and running, but they could eventually earn you money while you sleep. “By failing to prepare, you are preparing to fail.” ―  Benjamin Franklin 1. Sickness We may have seen or experienced the pain and discomfort that sickness brings. Although many illnesses are p