A lot has happened since September 2019. First, you can read about what I did to my husband and our marriage here.
We tried working things out when he got out of jail in December 2019, but it didn’t happen. He says it’s because I wouldn’t give him the answers he wanted and needed to move past it, but I really tried. I was so messed up from the drugs I did while he was in jail, that I don’t even remember much of the first few months after he got home from jail last year. I don’t remember Christmas…
Hi writers! I apologize for the long backlog of submissions that we have not published yet. I am working a lot and was dealing with a lot of personal problems for a while too. Everything is better now but, I now have to find two new editors for this publication or take on editing and publishing the submissions myself. I can publish a few of them every day until I find new editors to help, though.
If you know anyone who has writing, and preferably some editing experience, please have them send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org I could use…
November 24, 1971. A man with a briefcase walks into Portland International Airport and uses cash to purchase a one-way ticket to Seattle, Washington. He identifies himself as Dan Cooper and soon boards Northwest Airlines Flight 305 along with 36 other passengers and 6 crew members.
Onboard, Cooper picks a middle seat in the last row, right cabin side. In the 1970s, smoking inside of an aircraft was still permitted, so he smokes a cigarette and has a drink. …
Compassion. The world needs more of it.
Too often, we treat each other like Non-Player Characters from a video game, only here to enhance our own experience. ESPECIALLY when we’re dealing with people in customer service roles.
They are not here only to enhance the customer experience. Everyone we encounter is on their own adventure. They have their own journey, their own work to do, and that doesn’t get suspended just because they’re on the clock.
“Customer mistreatment of employees affects employees’ well-being by increasing demands, depression, and anxiety.”
Above is the picture of a tiger resting. Just like the tiger, it is good for us to “rest within ourselves,” to enhance focus and quality in our actions.
Okay…let’s dive in, to transform energies.
Laziness is a way the body communicates, to give it longer rest and pleasure. It is completely natural and today I am going to talk about how I transform it.
I am happy to say that I usually complete my workouts in the mornings. I make it a serious point to complete first — the tasks that matter to me most. Do I sound like…
On Facebook, a friend said he was sad since a publication rejected his article.
I tried to explain that it is better to be rejected from a publication than to have nothing to send.
Besides, he was in the company of talented writers.
We as a whole know a Weasel. You know, that individual that takes steps to bring down your association by utilizing each unpleasant strategy in the book to propel their professions paying little mind to what it means for other people.
Fighters, Workers, Whiners, and Weasels: The 4 Personality Types in Business and How to Manage Them to Your Advantage by business person Tim O’Leary investigates the various characters we experience and how to deal with them.
The reason for the book is that basically everybody finds a way into one of four character gatherings — Warrior, Worker, Whiner, or…
“Real change, enduring change, happens one step at a time.” Ruth Bader Ginsburg
International Women’s Day (IWD) has been observed since the early 1900s. Women marched through the streets of New York City hoping to seek change; fighting for equity in the workplace and voting rights. With each passing decade, the movement and voice of women have grown stronger and stronger across the world.
In 2011, there was renewed focus and revival of the challenge to change the world for women. …
“Once upon a time, there was a kingdom where everyone was obsessed about a horse. He was a tall, athletic black stallion. Everyone was enticed by its charm and no one knew where it came from. It was also untamable. It belonged to no human being.
The king knew the power he would gain if he tamed it. The prince felt it would be his ticket to explore the world and to freedom. The common men felt the horse has a charm that would get them out of their stuck-up life.” said the old man to me.
I was listening…
Yesterday I was talking to a friend, and we started debating about the history of the United States. When we finished, I decided to send him a simple list of ten facts that many people have wrong.
If you want to check it, here is the list of curious facts about the United States; you might like to find out if you have them right. And in the process, save yourself some searching time and probably adjust your “Factometer.”
1 — Washington was not the first president. There were 14 more Continental Presidents, 1. Peyton Randolph, 2. Arthur Henry Middleton…