We want so many things.
Every day we wake up, there’s an addition to the list of the things we want and desire. Our wants always surpass our needs and we can’t help it because that’s just the way we are wired.
We want so many things.
I think it’s okay to be a bit weird or a bit quirky. It’s what makes you you so you should own it and not try to hide it. We all have things we do that are a bit far from ordinary that make us unique.
Hey there, it’s time for another fun or not facts. I visited Toronto in March 2020. It wasn’t my first time travelling to Canada but it was my first time in Toronto.
1.) Toronto is the largest city in Canada
2.) Toronto is referred to as The Six
I remember reading The Smart Money Woman at the tail end of 2016 and commending myself for already doing most of the things mentioned in the book. The story was relatable and I liked how we learned about money; its highs and its lows through the lives of five different friends.
Money is a necessity of life; everyone wants and needs money to survive. We thirst for more money even when we have some because no one can ever have enough money. I mean, this is money we’re talking about here. This is why the richest man in the world has not stopped trying to make money.
If he’s not tall
He may be good looking
If he’s not good looking
He may be compassionate
If he’s not compassionate
Is there more to life than waking up with an alarm every morning?
Is there more to life than drinking green tea or coffee to get through the day?
Is there more to life than working to save money to eat, shop and travel?
Organizing is a core principle everyone should embody because good order is the foundation of all things. It makes everything simpler and it makes life easier.
Be a friend that shows up when needed and is always eager and ready to help in every way.
Be a friend that offers support instead of hate or envy.
how happy life gets
the storm will come
to take it all away
because happy endings
are not really the end
Life is a fragile journey and its end is uncertain. There’s a chance you may not make it every single day;
You leave the house and may never get back in.
You get in a car and you may never come out of it alive.
Have you been trying to write but the words just won’t come out? You’ve been staring at your PC but it’s been a blank page for two hours and you just can’t come up with the words. Don’t worry too much, every writer gets stuck once in a while.
When you meet someone new, what kind of questions do you ask?
Do you ask if they spell grey with an “e” or “a”, if they prefer tea to coffee and if they always lay their bed before leaving the house?
Have you ever felt like you don’t know much about me? To help you know me better, I answered 25 personal questions truthfully below;
1. Do You Have Any Nicknames?
In honor of international women’s day and women’s history month, I’m sharing six short poems I wrote about and or for women.
It’s almost International Women’s Day and in honor of all the beautiful women in the world, I’m sharing my thoughts on The Color Purple. It was my fifth read for the year and I’m glad it was borrowed to me.