When you are praying every day for success in your business, wisdom come can to you in so many ways. Some are exclusive to you and only you and some you can share with others.
Every night I sit down at my computer and think of the great humor I read on other blogs and the funny mommy posts that I can relate to as a mom myself. I then look at the blank screen and want to write about those things but I just can’t seem to get my fingers to follow suit (most of the time).
Learning new things is a constant in my life that I don’t believe will ever change. However, I would love to stop attending college classes sooner than later. Yes, I have two degrees but they are Associates. It’s not good enough. If you follow my blog, you will know that I have been looking for work for more than two years with nothing solid to report. I attribute this to the level of my education and the immense gap in my work experience. Sitting idly is not something I can do very well. During that time period of my life, I had volunteered diligently in various organizations. Unfortunately, employers don’t consider volunteer work as “work experience”.
The water flosser mechanism fits nicely on the ledge of my narrow bathroom sink, which makes it easy to refill the water canister during use. I refilled it a few times, because I was having fun sampling all of the different tools it comes with. On the downside the water flosser is not too convenient for travel as it is bulky. Unless you are traveling by RV or car, which would make it easier to store as opposed to stuffing it in a luggage.
If you follow the instructions that it comes with, your first use may not be as messy as mine. After taking a little bath while flossing my teeth I read that I should have closed my mouth to avoid getting wet. (eye roll) I also had it on a high setting – it was a recipe for disaster. Once I got used to the workings of the water flosser I found that it did the job so much more faster and thorough than the usual dental floss that I normally use. I’m in-love with this tool!
I’m fat. There it is! I said it again for the umptieth time. Being overweight for so many years and struggling to come to terms with it has set me up for failure time and again. I’ve said over and over on this blog and in real life that I don’t feel off-balanced most of the time. It’s not until I see a photo of myself that I realize something is wrong. Frankly most of the time I have to take a double-take to make sure that’s me whom I’m looking at in the questionable photos.
In Los Angeles time it’s 10:13PM as I write this post, but instead I’m in Miami time which is 1:09AM. Sleepy won’t describe how I’ll be feeling tomorrow, but it’s all worth it! Why? I was one of the super lucky bloggers to receive sponsorship from Jet Blue to attend the Hispanicize conference in Miami. How could I resist?
Last week I had a wrinkle on my supermom cape that had me running late from one thing to another. The busy momma that I am I had forgotten that my son was performing on that day. And son forgot to remind me the night before. We usually get up around 5:30 am every weekday morning. In this time we quickly go over our schedules to make sure we are on the same track and that we don’t miss something. Just minutes before middle child left for zero period (a class period that begins an hour before regular school hours), he mentions that he needs his trumpet picked up from the repair shop so he can use it for the performance. Me~>???? Oh, and that he needed chili for the fundraiser they were having. And he needed a few other things. Ay!
Thank you to California Grown for connecting me with California growers and encouraging California consumers to “Choose California Grown” when they can.
Locally grown produce is part of my everyday life in more ways than one. First one is obvious, I cook with it. The second one…