Finding your Self-Worth, Increase your Self-ConfidenceSelf-confidence and self-worth are closely tied together and are probablythe 2 most underrated core beliefs that we face as humans. Why underrated? Because when we master them, we become so powerful, the possibilities are endless.There are some very smart people who believe thatapproval from others gives us a higher sense of self-esteem or self-worth. And for the longest time I believed them.Let me step back a bit and explain that there was a time whe... read more »
Ive tried many carrot cakes, and this is my favorite recipe. If you dont like walnuts, feel free to leave them out. I made this carrot cake because it had everything (coconut, pineapple, and raisins) It is AMAZING cake for this Easter! So moist and the flavour even develops more Continue Reading
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Once upon a time, homeowners were building conservatories at an unprecedented rate. They were quick, paperwork-free and apparently added considerable value onto a property.Then, people started to realize the drawbacks. These were rooms which were ideal at some points in the year, but their structure meant that they either boiled over or became far too cold to be in for most months. It meant that rather than throwing up a conservatory with little thought, most people opted to install some sort of mechanic... read more »
It has been so long since I wrote about matters of the heart. Lately, my mind has been so full of things I think that I have been thrown into the depression pit. I want to jump, scream, pull my hair out and run like crazy. It is a very stressful time for me. Writing is my therapy and this is exactly what I will do. Releasing all these pent up emotions will probably do me some good. I hope.
My son quit school. After six years in college and two different majors, he opted out and found himself a job. He... read more »
The Amazing Russian Horse Russians often hear Western horsemen talk about the Russian horse. It behaves differently, they say, it moves differently, it is well, just different. And even if its ancestors came from Europe, like those of Russian Trakehners, or from the East, like those of Russian Arabians, in a couple of generations they begin  read more »
by M. J. Joachim
As an avid gardener, I found this book to be very well written and helpful. While I’m familiar with many of the tips in this book, and can thereby vouch for them, I learned a few things too. Who knew planting beets could be so easy? No spoilers here. You’ll just have to go get the book and read it for yourself. Did I mention it’s free for the next couple of days? Better hurry, so you can prepare for spring gardening season this year.Oh, and if you like to garden, you might be interested... read more »
Wow.If there is one post on this blog that has gotten indisputably the most views of all, it is theForgotten Cigarette Brandspost, scoring nearly 27,000 views (and the most comments ever) in the two years it's been published.
For those who enjoyed that post, I'm happy to inform you I've only scratched the surface. It's a smoker's goldmine out there and I had been planning some sequels.So back to the cigarette aisle of yesteryear.......
Magna (Late 1980s) - Magna as I remember was pretty harsh tasting d... read more »
In the past 24 hours, we've had a flat tire, DH has had to fix his father's lift in his wheelchair van and I was the recipient of an amazing kindness from someone I just 'met' a short while ago. Oh, and my husband's great-uncle came and plowed our field for us - to the consternation of our dogs. So my post today is going to be a little different than I had planned.My chosen A to Z theme for this year is "All Gallow's Eve" a Halloween-inspired cozy mystery, set in Kentucky. When people hear 'Kentucky', th... read more »
Siargaohas been in my bucket list ever since I saw how beautiful its beaches are. Obviously I am a sucker for white sand beaches and clear blue and turquoise waters. Whenever I have the opportunity to travel, I always choose a place where there’s a beach; I may not have the beach body and the confidence to wear two-piece swimsuits and I also don’t know how to swim properly, but the feel of sand under my feet gives me a certain high.
Since one of my good friends is coming back to Manila this Summer, and ... read more »
Peyton, Colorado, a suburb just northeast of Colorado Springs, now offers a craft beer option for prairie-living folk who dont feel like venturing into town: JAKs Brewing. Located in a somewhat non-descript stripmall in a very wash-rinse-repeat area Continue reading
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