Category Archive: Positive thinking

Jul 20

THINKING THURSDAY: MAKE LIFE BETTER WITH YOUR PARTICULAR SET OF SKILLS

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THINKING THURSDAY:10 WAYS TO MAKE LIFE BETTER— I’ve noticed so many things since we moved to a small town. I love getting from one place to another with a small amount of traffic in our small town. I also enjoy getting really fast service at the post office, local restaurants, and I like the small town …

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Jul 18

COCOA BEACH:THE BEST BOOK OF 2017! ESCAPISM AT ITS BEST!

How does she do it? Beatriz Williams manages to create a fantasy world so rich, carefree and beautiful, I’m left wondering, as her die-hard fans if Williams’ life is led in a fantasy world? Does she manage to live in reality or has Williams created a life as fun, entertaining and splendid as she has …

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Jul 17

THE QUIET CHILD: A Must Read This Summer!

Devour The Quiet Child, written by John Burley in one day. The Quiet Child careens along  faster than a speeding bullet. Truthfully, The Quiet Child can be read in one day, because Burley has packed every sentence with information. It’s fascinating to read a book so well written that Burley’s book should be a hardcover beauty obviously written for hardcore …

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Jul 07

THINKING THURSDAY: READ YOUR WAY TO A BETTER LIFE!

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EVERYONE, not just SMART MOMS, need to read more books. Reading is one of the best things Moms should do for their brains. Reading keeps the mind actively working, which not only makes Moms smarter but keeps brain diseases at bay. (I read my way back after having a nasty stroke.) Active readers learn more …

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Jun 12

FUNNIEST BEACH READ THIS SUMMER:I’VE GOT SAND IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES

AWESOMELY ENTERTAINING SUMMER BEACH READ—-I’VE GOT SAND IN ALL THE WRONG PLACES BY LISA SCOTTOLINE AND FRANCESCA SERITELLA—

Jun 06

TACO TUESDAY: EAT DELICIOUS(DENNIS THE PRESCOTT’S) SUMMERTIME PASTA SALAD

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TACO TUESDAY—-EAT DELICIOUS’S SUMMERTIME PASTA SALAD—YUMMY!!TAKEN FROM DENNIS THE PRESCOTT’S BOOK EAT DELICIOUS— INGREDIENTS– SAUCE– 3/4 cup ketchup 1/2 cup dark brown sugar-packed 1/2 cup sunflower oil 2 tablespoons fresh lemon juice 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar 1/4 teaspoon sea salt 1/4 teaspoon freshly cracked black pepper PASTA 1 pound uncooked fusilli or rotini pasta …

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May 26

BEING A DAD IS WEIRD WILL HAVE YOU LAUGHING OUT LOUD IN PUBLIC PLACES!

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BEING A DAD IS WEIRD BY BEN FALCONE—JUST WHAT WE NEED RIGHT NOW IS A FUNNY BOOK! Not outright humor, but at times Falcone inserts some actually really funny, laugh out loud moments in Being A Dad is Weird. Simply written, easy to read, I sped through Falcone’s masterpiece in one day. Hey, it’s only …

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May 24

WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY: DO ATTRACTIVE PEOPLE GET MORE LIKES ONLINE?

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WEIRD NEWS WEDNESDAY—DO ATTRACTIVE PEOPLE GET MORE LIKES ONLINE? You bet your sweet bippy they do!! Attractive, good looking people get more likes online, they get more comments, they get more attention in the real world, so that only goes to say cute guys/girls get more attention online. In this stuff isn’t always fair in …

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May 02

NEVERTHELESS:ALEC BALDWIN WROTE A MEANINGFUL, ARTICULATE, WELL WRITTEN BOOK?

NEVERTHELESS BY ALEC BALDWIN—It’s as if Alec Baldwin is in the room talking to you! Never, ever would I have thought that Alec Baldwin could write a book so intense, meaningful, well written, articulate, entertaining, and interesting. But he did. Nevertheless contains Alec Baldwin’s life story, starting with his childhood and how his mother was …

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Apr 27

THINKING THURSDAY: PROOF POSITIVE WE HAVE BECOME A NATION OF WIMPS

THINKING THURSDAY—WE HAVE BECOME A NATION OF WIMPS—- Video of bus here. From what I saw of this 25 second video where a bystander videotaped what happened and then started complaining about what happened, this is proof positive we have become a nation of wimps. A bus driver was fired for driving through a slightly …

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