January 6, 2013
Daily living, Money, Relationships, Spiritual
debt, God, God's promises, Law of Attraction, life, Philosophy, Stuart Smalley
These days more people are on a spiritual, self-aware journey than ever known before. Personally I have become more aware of things I was oblivious to my first 30 years of life. For instance, I did not understand how my thoughts worked in the land of self creation and attraction. I had no idea there is a law to attraction. No one ever told me my thoughts determine my life (and if they did, I clearly didn’t listen). I had always known actions are responsible for part of the existence we live. If you do nothing but sit on a couch watching television, nothing but television will come to you. If you work hard, wisely, long, and without ceasing, success comes to you. Good begets good and bad begets bad. It wasn’t until I began to step out of my norm did I learn the truth about our world. God created the earth and man. Man creates the world around him. But we base our actions on our thoughts which determines our life’s return of interest.
February 22, 2013
Random Thoughts, Relationships, Spiritual
find a real woman, love, proverbs, self-esteem, virtuous woman
Photo provided courtesy of MorgueFile.com
Recently Facebook has turned into a social therapy filled with posters of love, courage, and inspiration. Although scrolling through my feed filled with oversized pictures of “words of wisdom” from strangers can get a little annoying, there are times when I find something worth pausing for and reading. However, this “Real Woman” wisdom has been bothering me the most lately. Not really sure why. Perhaps it’s because as I go through learning how to love myself, make better choices, and be more responsible I’ve come to an understanding that there is no such thing as a “Real Woman.”
December 27, 2012
Daily living, Money
Brian Tracy, financial security, make money, money, self development
Check out the link below from Brian Tracy’s blog about none other than creating financial security. It’s not quite a how to; but for those of us who are new to business, trying to go after our dreams, or simply just out of the loop, it’s an inspirational what to that will give your brain a push to get thinking.
While reading I’ve decided I will train myself in areas where I can excel without formal education. I’ve gained a lot of information in the last few years of my life. Thanks to the internet, I’ve been able to learn much of what I know without a teacher. I’m inspired to go further in a self learning, self developing classroom and give my potential and earning power a boost. I hope this post resonates with you the way it did me. Enjoy!
October 4, 2012
Arts, dpchallenge, Hannah Montana, IMAX, Movie theater, Movies, Theaters, ultimate blog challenge
Photo Courtesy of Morgue File
Aside from a few years ago when my ex-husband and I attended free movie screenings like a part-time job, I recently found myself going back to the movie theater more often than the days of my teens. Although our movie tastes match like plaid and polka dots, we enjoy our time in a dark room in front of the big screen and it’s not just because he pays. He enjoys the theater and his beloved action adventure and I love a good laugh. Tomorrow we have a date to see another movie we may or may not agree on, but whether we agree is not my issue. More
October 1, 2012
Coffee Writers Cup
blog, blog challenge
The beginning of the year I participated in http://www.ultimateblogchallenge.com hosted by expert blogger and business mogul Michelle Shaeffer. It was an exciting, exhausting, elevating experience. I learned more about myself as a writer. And I enjoyed the opportunity so much I was saddened at the end of the month when the challenge was over.
I jumped at the chance to complete this challenge again, because as one can see from my lack of blog posts since the first of the year, my discipline and ideas are a little shaky. Besides that, I still feel like my blog has no identity. In my search to define my alias The Coffee Write, I put off just sharing myself with the world. That’s why I’m so glad I learned from Michelle that blogging doesn’t have to be so uniform and perfect.
Today marks day one of the blog challenge and I can’t wait to see what lies ahead this go round. I think this year has provided me with more subjects and ideas to talk about and along with my other blog The Introvert Elite and my Hubpages articles, I look forward to increasing and maintaining my online presence. If you’re a blogger it’s not too late to join the challenge and share yourself with a world of people who are looking to read what’s on your mind.
With all that being said, I’m so thankful WordPress has an android app so I can blog anywhere, anytime (almost) and about anything.