I do believe we need to be reminded of the sad days in life but just
remember them and try not to focus on them. I am ever the optimist and
know the sun will always come out today or tomorrow.
My husband in the past couple years has read several books about Buddha
and the philosophies of Buddhism. He isn't nor am I a Buddhist but since
he read several books on it we definitely feel a relief from certain
little stresses. We don't sweat the little things that we use to lose
our hat over anymore and we now try to find that silver lining.
It's give and take in this world so we always need to try and think of
the positives for now and for our future.
I use both. I always carry some cash, not a lot. I don't like to hold
onto that much just in case I lose it. But I agree with those that have
said they can really feel or understand how much money they are spending
when they use cash versus using the card.
It's easier for me to save by taking it out of my checking account and
placing it into my savings on payday.
I like to give myself an allowance for lunches and splurges those I pay
with cash. And I always have cash at home just in case the kids need
something last minute for school. Which is all the time.
I am a two cups of coffee every morning drinker. I am not a grumpy
person in fact I'm quite positive and optimistic about life. But my
morning needs to start with a cup of black coffee.
On the days I don't have my caffeine from my black coffee I just feel
like I move a little slower. I don't add anything to my coffee. I enjoy
a nice very dark roast and I really like it strong. Not bitter. Just
Good luck with the rest of your week. Happy Wednesday!
I started out my college career at a junior college with a focus on
engineering. I ended getting my associates in electrical engineering.
The weird thing was I didn't really have that much in common with the
other engineering students and just felt myself gravitating away.
When I transfer to a university I changed my major to Business Finance.
I fell in love. And finished with this degree. I currently work for a
local credit union and feel my degree got me the interview.
Good luck in choosing the right major for you. Try to think outside the
box and maybe even call or stop by your dream company that you
"think" you'd like to work for and interview them about their future.
If you have a couple dream companies you are thinking you'd like to work
for, go visit them. Ask some questions about where they see the company
in 5 years. If they are planning on growing and what field of interest
will they be focusing.
Don't be afraid. If they don't embrace the questions after telling them
you're a college student then that company make come off your short list
of future employers really fast.
I wish someone had told me this idea before I picked a major because I
may have been in the health field instead of finance.
I love food. In fact I am totally a foodie. I even remember my vacations
by what I ate more than what I experienced.
With that being said. My favorite food is Thai Curry. I love the green,
Red Sea, Panang, and sometimes even the yellow curry. I love it spicy. I
just love the aroma and freshness of the vegetables. We have several
fantastic Thai restaurants in our area and I love them all!
I feel I have become a much better writer as I have graduated college. I
had a block on writing while in college. In fact I was terrible. I used
writing labs and asked for help from friends all the time. It wasn't
until I met my husband that I relaxed and just started writing.
Honestly I am pretty confident that it has everything to do with
reading. I didn't read for fun while in college. I only read what I
needed to and typically is was from a college class book.
I still get writers block but I feel because I do a lot more reading now
than I ever did, my writing has improved tremendously.
With all that being said, I may choose for writing essays these days.
But old me would have said exams for sure.
I'm so sorry to hear about your patient. And I wish you all the strength
in the universe to continue dealing with the patients to come to you for
It takes a special soul to be a nurse and an even bigger soul to care
for your patients like you do.
Earlier this month I took a tour of a Tumor Institute and got to meet
several staff members as well as listen to several survivors. Everyone
was in tears by the end of the day and all of us felt the passion and
compassion that lived in that building each day.
For me dealing with pain or sadness, I like to lose myself in music. I
love background music. Good beats and melancholy tunes. I can sit and
lose all train of thought and bring myself back to reality. I don't, and
am sure you don't either, forget or even want to forget the good people
you have helped.
Do your friends or family agree? Do you have or need a license where you live?
This question is top of mind because my son is in Drivers Education
right now. He has his second driving lesson this afternoon.
I'm confident in his driving ability since I taught him how to drive on
the back roads for the last six months. Me teaching him was a reward to
having good grades and doing his chores.
He mentioned after his first driving lesson the instructor was impressed
with how confident he seemed behind the wheel. (proud dad moment)
I drive a company car and am able to bring it home everyday, however I
am not able to drive it for personal use. As far as driving for the
family. I drive nearly everywhere. I think I'm a good driver. My family
makes fun of my driving so I'm sure it's decent. My husband hates
driving and our daughter just wants to listen to her music. I'm sure
when he gets his full drivers license my son will be carting me around
town to get his hours in.