Health. The Vaccine Way…

We don’t see sick people ~Doctor’s Receptionist The pandemic has turned the world upside down. “We don’t see sick people.” That’s what the receptionist at the doctor’s office said. Haley’s symptoms included running nose and nasal congestion but it was annoying and missing work was even more so. After all, she had bills to pay. So the office proceeded to setup a virtual appointment for … Continue reading Health. The Vaccine Way…

Show Up. That’s All He Did.…

It’s through curiosity and looking at opportunities in new ways that we’ve always mapped our path. ~Michael Dell Steve Harvey Opportunity comes when we are ready for it. Comedian and entertainer Steve Harvey share his story about his writing jokes for a colleague for sometime in exchange for $10. One day the guy didn’t show and he was encouraged to go check out the venue … Continue reading Show Up. That’s All He Did.…

Traveling? Top 11 Things To Do Before You Board That Flight…

We love to travel! The warmth of new places brings smiles and memories that last. But getting to the pleasures of our vacation destination often comes with a nightmare. Travel and Leisure shared their top 25 Things to do before getting on a plane. Here are my top 11 Favs, which by the way makes business travel a breeze. Pre-Travel Stress Reducers Get the airlines … Continue reading Traveling? Top 11 Things To Do Before You Board That Flight…

Binge-Watching For Personal Growth. 9 Must-See…

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People are hungry for something Different Miles Millar Binge Watching is the practice of watching multiple episodes of a television program in rapid succession, typically by means of DVDs or digital streaming. Dictionary.com Patty’s text excitedly read “hey, I’m here binge watching your YouTube videos”. Hmmm an untapped medium, I thought about it and decided to share a few of… Continue reading Binge-Watching For Personal Growth. 9 Must-See…

What Are The Requirements To Be A Writer? 25 Authors Share…

What does it take to be a writer? That was the question asked in a writers’ forum. Some think it’s rather scary to become a writer. They believe they can’t do it. But isn’t that the case with many new feats that we decide to embark on? The unknown is scary. But I always encourage you to step out afraid, scared, trembling… but do it … Continue reading What Are The Requirements To Be A Writer? 25 Authors Share…

What Happens When Your Goal And Dream Become Theirs?

In your own quiet corner you lay at night. You dream about being in the nationals. You work your butt off and that dream finally becomes real. Then you start thinking is the Olympics possible? 4 Years of hard work and sacrifice and it comes through! Millions grin with joy and you cannot help but beam. Then another 4 years to go higher. Is it … Continue reading What Happens When Your Goal And Dream Become Theirs?

It’s August Goal-Seekers. Anything’s Possible With These Quick Tips…

It’s August. Anything’s Possible Dr. Shelly c It’s August. Way past mid-year. How are your Goals progressing? Go check the list and the strategies you wrote. Didn’t record them? Sad… because that’s the first step in your goals being manifested. But no fear, it’s never too late. Write them down now. Add strategies…you know… those ways to achieve them. Don’t forget to include deadlines to … Continue reading It’s August Goal-Seekers. Anything’s Possible With These Quick Tips…

Error In A Published Work? 3 Things To Do…

Your book is published, yea! It’s an outstanding achievement especially for a first time author. Be proud of yourself. But then patrons buy your book and later a reader finds an error or worse–two. It may be his/her interpretation but an error none-the-less. You feel sad. Down. Disappointed in yourself. How could that happen? But before you throw in the ‘author’ towel, here are 3 … Continue reading Error In A Published Work? 3 Things To Do…

The 5 Best All-Inclusive Resorts In Florida Energizes A Writer’s Getaway…

A writer’s dream getaway comes through with Travel & Leisure’s recommendation of The 5 Best All Inclusive Resorts in Florida! And guess what? One of them happens to be in my backyard! Often I have been guilty of traveling far for the all inclusive getaway experience. Travel and Leisure takes me back to my native island of Jamaica where none beats the all inclusive concept … Continue reading The 5 Best All-Inclusive Resorts In Florida Energizes A Writer’s Getaway…

Authors Share 13 Ways To Rid Writer’s Block…

Overcoming writer’s block isn’t always easy, but it helps to keep a pen and paper at the ready for when inspiration strikes. Unknown Many complain of experiencing writer’s block. It refers that time when writers attempt to write and nothing comes. Some complain that it last days, weeks, months. Others say it may even last years. The question came up in an authors’ forum. Here … Continue reading Authors Share 13 Ways To Rid Writer’s Block…

4 Tips Before You Quit Your Job

Ditch It! Switch It! Yep, many are doing just that. In the book Your career, Ditch it Switch it, I encouraged you to reflect on the pandemic and switch your career. It’s the best time. Now more than ever many are doing it. Here’s CNN Headline news top tips to do it right. Don”t tell your boss first Don’t slack off Leave “transition document’ Two-weeks … Continue reading 4 Tips Before You Quit Your Job

Writing Retreat. Alone Or With A Group?

As a writer you have to have the three D’s: drive, discipline and desire. If you’re missing any one of those three, you can have all the talent in the world, but it’s going to be really hard to get anything done. Nora Roberts An author at a Writers forum asked the question whether to attend a writing retreat alone or with a group. Intrigued … Continue reading Writing Retreat. Alone Or With A Group?