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An Empowered Woman

Le 23 novembre 2016, 10:17 dans Humeurs 0

1. She knows how to love you in return

It is difficult to give what you don’t have. It is impossible to love someone and feel fulfilled when they can’t love you in return because they don’t love themselves.  This will never happen to you when you love an empowered woman.  She loves herself (not in a narcissistic manner). In turn, she appreciates who you are and loves you in return. She will love you just like you deserve to be loved.


2. She will inspire you

When life puts you down and you are at the end of your rope, the empowered woman will be there to see you through.  Her drive, enthusiasm and (at times) hopeless optimism will inspire you to carry on despite the obstacles you face.


3. She is not afraid of failure

While many out there are thoroughly terrified of failure, the empowered woman understands that failures are simply stepping stones in life.  How can you not love someone that is thoroughly unafraid to try, fail, and give it a shot all over again?!


4. She is all about the legacy

While most people are focused on the car, the house, the job, and corner office; the empowered woman is focused on leaving a legacy that will inspire others and change the world.  The empowered woman is focused on empowering others to maximize their potential and fulfill their purpose. She is all about inspiring others to look beyond themselves and live a life of service to others.


5. She can laugh at her mistakes…

…and learn from them as well! She understands mistakes are part of the journey. The empowered woman can laugh and learn from her mistakes to ensure they never happen again.


6. She can be vulnerable

The empowered woman understands there is no debt in relationships without vulnerability. Although she is emotionally strong, she is willing to laugh and cry with you because all of these emotions are an essential part of 

Changes That Will Make You Happier

Le 14 novembre 2016, 05:23 dans Humeurs 0

1. Use your cash to help others

If you are one of those who earn a lot but don’t know what to do with those bucks, give others. I know, what you think, ‘I work hard each day and now I should give my money away.’ Yup, you should if you want to feel travel industry research happier. Believe it or not, giving makes us feel happy. Try once and you won’t stop. Besides, you don’t give money for entertainment. You help someone in need. If you don’t have money. Offer your help without waiting for anything in return.


2. Believe in karma

Stop looking for revenge. It’s hard to forgive and let go. When I was younger, I spent two years thinking of all the possible ways to hurt Day Trip to Macau my ex and my ex BFF who had an affair behind my back. I regret it… truly regret. I wasted my precious time. I didn’t do anything to hurt them because I’m not they. I’m better. I’m wiser. But karma did its job. Both of them aren’t lucky in love, while I’m so happy with my sweetheart. No matter what happened, never try to revenge. Don’t waste your time. Karma will do it for you.


3. Connect with nature

Now that the fall season is here, why not the best beauty centre connect with nature? Regardless of how successful you are, your soul strives to be closer to nature. 20-minute walk in the park or a day spent near the forest/mountain/ocean is a simple way to become closer to nature. You’ll feel that invisible power that nature has and you’ll start feeling much happier, truly happier. Money provides temporary happiness, while nature brings happiness into your life for good.

Got us too excited

Le 29 mars 2016, 10:40 dans Humeurs 0

“Hilly’s going to be here in five minutes and she’s messed up everything!” she screech. I guess Mae Mobley hear her through the window cause she look over at us, frozen. Smile fades. After a second, she start wiping the mud off her face real slow.

I put a apron on cause I got to hose them kids off. Then I’m on go in the garage, get my stockings on. Book coming out in four days. Ain’t a minute too soon.

WE BEEN living in ANTICIPATION. Me, Minny, Miss Skeeter, all the maids with stories in the book. Feel like we been waiting for some invisible pot a water to boil for the past seven months. After bout the third month a waiting, we just stopped talking about it.

But for the past two weeks, I’ve had a secret joy and a secret dread both rattling inside a me that make waxing floors go even slower and washing underwear a uphill race. Ironing pleats turns into a eternity, but what can you do. We all pretty sure nothing’s gone be said about it right at first. Just like Miss Stein told Miss Skeeter, this book ain’t gone be no best-seller and to keep our “expectations low.” Miss Skeeter say maybe don’t spec nothing at all, that most Southern peoples is “repressed.” If they feel something, they might not say a word. Just hold they breath and wait for it to pass, like gas.

Minny say, “I hope she hold her breath till she explode all over Hinds County.” She mean Miss Hilly. I wish Minny was wishing for change in the direction a kindness, but Minny is Minny, all the time.

“YOU WANT YOU a snack, Baby Girl?” I ask when she get home from school on Thursday. Oh, she a big girl! Already four years old. She tall for her age—most folks think she five or six. Skinny as her mama is, Mae Mobley still chubby. And her hair ain’t looking too good. She decide to give herself a haircut with her construction paper scissors and you know how that turn out. Miss Leefolt had to take her down to the grown-up beauty parlor but they couldn’t do a whole lot with it. It still be short on one side with almost nothing in front.

I fix her a little something low-calorie to eat cause that’s all Miss Leefolt let me give her. Crackers and tunafish or Jell-O without no whip cream.

“What you learn today?” I ask even though she ain’t in real school, just the pretend kind. Other day, when I ask her, she say, “Pilgrims. They came over and nothing would grow so they ate the Indians.”

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