A Brand New Start

A Brand New Start

Although No One can go back and Make a Brand New Start, Anyone can start from now and Make a Brand New Ending.

It’s a new day. Be sure you’re prepared for anything coming your way. Take 4 seconds and pause to understand what is happening to you right now in this moment.

Give yourself the four (4) seconds, observe and discover your options. You’ll be surprised at what brilliance will spring out of your brain matter.

Make the Most of It

Make the Most of It

When you figure out time is your life, you’ll make the most of it.

If you’re like me, you love to find great quotes! I collect them…. a phrase, a sentence, a specific set of words can change your view of life. Words change how you react to life.

As I read, I’m always on the lookout for a creatively joined placement of words … when perfectly placed increase your thought to a crescendo … of collected knowledge encompassing the entirety of life. I’m left in awe!

Make a Decision

Make a Decision

Be decisive. Right or Wrong make a Decision. The road is paved with flat squirrels who couldn’t make a Decision.

Time Is Your Life

Time Is Your Life


When you figure out “Time is Your Life”, you’ll figure out how to “Make the Most of It.

Quite a Challenge

Quite a Challenge

“Make allowance for each other’s faults, and forgive anyone who offends you. Remember, the Lord forgave you, so you must forgive others.” ~ Colossians 3:13

Yep, from Clinton to Trump, your family to the neighbor, it’s not our job. Of course, if you’re in that zero percentile of people who have no faults!

This one gets me every time. God help me.

Things We Do That Make Our Kids Brats

Things We Do That Make Our Kids Brats

By .. from One Country

Parenthood is one of the toughest things to deal with out there. Whether you have one kid or six, it’s the hardest job in the world. But it’s also one that, in recent years, has really fallen by the wayside.

Gone are the days of disciplining children. Gone are the days when little Johnny is super busted for failing his spelling test. Instead, we blame teachers, coaches, other parents, and other kids. It just can’t be his fault, we insist.

Sadly, it’s not his fault, but yours. You want the best for your kids. We all do. But ultimately your doting is costing them character, and that’s a big price to pay.

Seven things we need to stop doing as parents, lest we face the wrath of a bratty child.