Archive | May 2017

You can’t reach your full potential if you just sit down and wait for life to happen!

via Reach Your Full Potential — Orlando Espinosa

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Live your life in grand fashion.

This a a great read about living your life fully.  We recently had dinner with our good friends.  My friend’s sister only took one vacation in her whole life.  She was always saving money for whatever and truly not living her life.  She died of skin cancer recently, and had many regrets of what she didn’t do with her life.  Live your life every day like it may be your last. Don’t save that special outfit, or expensive perfume, carry that expensive purse every day. Tell your loved ones that you love them.  I tell my teenage son every day that I love him. Life is way too short. Don’t put off anything.  We never know when our time will be up.

Do you often find yourself waiting until there’s a special occasion to do something? Perhaps waiting for that elusive sunny weather, a reason to celebrate, an accomplishment done to do/go/try something different or positive for yourself? I can’t help but wonder whether regularly “saving the best ’til last” and needing a reason to do things is…

via Saving It For A “Special Occasion”: Wasting Your Life Away? —

Snap shot of the cluster f*&k U.S. president for just this week!

Lately I’m torn between needing a day off from politics, and sitting on the edge of my seat waiting for the next thing. The next thing is always only a few hours away, which adds a high level of anticipation to my news addiction. Donald Trump has turned me into a backseat political analyst. But […]

via Reading the News, So You Don’t Have To — A lot from Lydia

Republicans need spines stat!

Not to overstate the obvious, but it would behoove those who serve the President to remember the famous title of the Watergate movie – “All the President’s Men.” While President Nixon was pardoned for any crimes that led to his resignation, over twenty of his colleagues went to jail. Our current President has many challenges […]

via All the President’s Men — musingsofanoldfart