Many people around the world are probably getting their New Year’s resolutions ready so that they can put it to action on January 1, 2015. If you are like me, you will write down your top 10 resolutions to implement and by the time February rolls around, you forget what your resolutions even were. However, I have learned a few tricks of the trade to help me stick to them. Continue reading
During this Christmas Holiday season, young single adults may begin feeling that loneliness creeping its ugly head. While married couples get together with their loved ones and hug and kiss by a cozy fireplace sipping hot chocolate with marshmallows, listening to Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire, many singles are sitting alone and being sexually tempted to cross the red line. Continue reading
The candy cane is a huge symbol of the Christmas season. Nearly all homes during Christmas has candy canes hanging on trees or laying somewhere in the home. What do you see when you look at a candy cane? There is much more to it than what meets the eye.
When you see the light reflecting off the rain drop, it lights up your soul. California has been getting drenched in the last 24 hours after a long spell of drought. It is really good news that we are seeing rain again.
He was only sixteen years old when he became king after his father passed away. His reign lasted for fifty-two years. He was the one who Continue reading
So, you have almost survived the holiday season.
You survived all the Halloween costumes and candies; you survived the Thanksgiving holiday with the turkeys and stuffing; you survived the Continue reading