You know how many times he would have had to walk back and forth with that bucket in order to fill that pool up?!? 😂😂😂😂
Below is a guest post from one of my favorite bloggers, Tikeetha Thomas from “athomaspointofview.com”, on teaching financial literacy to her child. COUNT YOUR COINS It’s hard trying to teach children to count their coins. It’s important but nevertheless, it’s difficult. As a single mother to an 11 year old I find that I needContinue reading “Count Your Coins, by Tikeetha Thomas”
Growing up, “things” as simple as breathing and drinking water were just a means to an end. They were just “things” I did as a habit, not something I did with purpose. I was much more active, and when I sweated a lot I just drunk water. No thought to it. As breathing goes, IContinue reading ““Things” We Do”
You say you chose the wrong mate too many times, and you realize they’re not the wrong one. You are. Akingstruth
If you never watched, you should.
Kenny Washington was the First African-American to sign a contract in the NFL. He actually broke the color barrier in U.S. professional sports before Jackie Robinson(who was also his college football teammate), yet no one ever mentions his name. It has a lot to do with baseball being the far more popular sport at theContinue reading “Kenny Washington and Woody Strode”
Giving unsolicited advice or assurance—especially before you validate the other person’s emotions—trivializes their experience. It suggests that 1) you don’t think they should feel the way they do, and 2) you know how to resolve the issue better than they do. Even if you do know how to. Michael S. Sorenson
Don’t assume an individual hasn’t grown or improved. Maybe you’re judging the present them with an old perception of them in mind. So who really is the one who needs to grow?