Tag Archives: belief

Tips For A Better Workday

25 Mar

tips for a good workday

Well, it’s Monday again! Here are a few tips for a better work day to help you stay focused this dreadful Monday morning.

Tip #1 – Dress comfortably (if possible) Worrying about what you are wearing can be distracting. Ladies, opt for a loose-fitted outfit paired with some cute slip ons or if it is not too hot, a pair of comfy boots. Men, anything a little loose-fitted should do 🙂

Tip #2 – Play Some Tunes Go to pandora.com and play some G-rated old school music. This will lighten your mood and won’t bother anyone.

Tip #3 – Make a To-Do List Your day is sure to move along much faster if you jot down a list of tasks and follow it. Try to think of a few important things you can tackle today that will make your boss proud!

Tip #4 – Go Large on Your Favorite Drink Yes! Get a nice size of your favorite coffee or tea and bask in its deliciousness with no care in the world as you go about your day.

Tip #5 – Organize Take a few minutes to clear your desk or office of any clutter. Also, clean the desktop to your computer. This will give you a refreshing feeling that will allow you to work in a less stress-free environment….for the most part 😉 I know that when my desk is covered in bright neon post-its I just want to run in the opposite direction!

Do you have tips to a better workday? Share them with us! I hope that you have a great week everyone!

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Why Do Humans Do The Things We Do?

18 Mar

why do humans do what they do

I have put much thought into this question since I decided I wanted a better life. I, just like you, have been betrayed, hurt, belittled by others and I always wondered, WHY? I cannot say that I was never to blame for my problems with others but I wanted to find a way to put it all behind me and start fresh.

One day, I turned the television on and began watching the news. It was a Nancy Grace type of news show and they were discussing a high-profile murder case. Anyway, you know how it goes…a panel of people argue back and forth and analyze the defendant. As they picked apart the character and actions of this person my mind began to wonder and the answer to my question seemed simple all of a sudden. To understand, you have to go back in time. Forget where you are for just a second, and forget about the way life is for you at this moment.

Think back to the days when man-kind roamed the earth and fought for survival. We have come such a long way since then, would you agree?….duh. But one thing remains the same, and that is our natural way of being. You can train a Lion, but no matter what, there is no guarantee that it will not attack you. Same thing with humans, you give them laws to abide by, they break them, you are nice to someone, they hurt you….and so on and so forth. We have evolved into a world of materialistic fantasies and superficial lifestyles…which is ok! But remember, we all deal with our lives and circumstances differently. You cannot change the way people feel, think or do unless you have obtained a certain power over them…you can only accept it and move on because life is no longer about hunting and survival. It is too complex and filled with garbage that we were never meant to be subjected to…and that is the answer.

I know this may all seem vague in a sense but tell me what you think, I will never judge you. I am looking for answers about life and I am taking the oppurtunity to think outside of the box, that is all. Inspire me with your input and the way you see it.

The Freedom We Have And What It Means For You!

15 Mar

the definition of freedom. freedom explained. what is freedom

I am a creative writer. I live by the meaning and definition of words taught to me by people who were given the right to by the United States of America. I understand my rights and the most important one to me, I believe, is the first amendment. It is important that you understand why. 

We all have rights but there are stipulations. They can be taken away at any time should you break laws or something more. I choose to abide by the laws in this country and exercise my given right to the freedom of speech and thoughts. I see my potential on this earth, I see your potential on this earth. I choose to believe that happiness can be the cure to sadness.

I choose to believe in something greater than the United States of America. It is nothing but a mass of land and there is much more to explore in this big world. We utilize our power of freedom to hate people, love people, choose our line of work, buy a car, kill, steal, choose a religion, and so much more. Only a handful of leaders have stepped out of the box to utilize their power to create, invent, and enforce. This is our right! If you are religious than you are living by the definition of freedom. 

You choose to believe in the idea that there is something greater, you believe in others, you believe in the beliefs of others. I do to, but in my own ways. I find inspiration in human beings who utilize their power of freedom to invent, like Benjamin Franklin. Or Bob Marley, a soul searching for the meaning of life and something greater. Albert Einstein. Martin Luther King Jr., Ghandi. I live by the meaning and definition of a Philanthropist. I seek to promote the welfare of others because I believe that happiness is greater than any riches in this world and I want people to know they have choices. 

We all understand our fate. It is is to die. Accept your fate, live in the moment, protect yourself and your people from those who bring harm. Realize that we put our trust in the belief of others. Create things, ask questions, increase your knowledge, change your beliefs, gain new ones….all until you are content with yourself. Write your happiness, your future. It is not a risk. It is a right!!! Teach your children the laws of America, teach them that they have the ability to find the good in this country and that they can be happy. 

Written by: Rebecca M. Moreno

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***Please inspire me with your comments, beliefs, ideas, and questions.