Life Lesson’s

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Life Lesson #4: R E S P E C T

You’ve heard of it.  You’ve probably even witnessed it taking place.  I know I’ve certainly witnessed it NOT taking place. According to Webster, respect is: NounDeep admiration for someone or something elicited by their abilities, qualities, or achievements. VerbAdmire (someone or something) deeply, as a result of their abilities, qualities, or achievements. Respect is as individual as … Continue reading

Life Lesson #3: DO NOT SETTLE!!

I’ll say it again. DO NOT SETTLE!!!   D O  N O T   S E T T L E!! Have you heard it before?  The statement is simple. Nothing grey… and it’s not about what “you deserve”  (which always sounds so selfish and self serving) – more about knowing who you are and what you … Continue reading

Life Lesson #2: Have Fun!

Have fun! Simple, right? Have fun. Defined as either a noun, verb or adjective. What kind of fun? Where is fun? What happens if you lose your fun? Can you get the fun back? Fun is defined differently by everyone. And I do mean everyone. A child thinks stacking and unstacking blocks is fun (I … Continue reading

Life Lesson #1: Time Matters

Tick tock… Tick tock… Tick tock… Ti… When your clock stops, it stops. There is no rewind in life. No second chance to relive days or years… Nor reach for a few extra minutes off a shelf in the pantry. Spend the day with your mother or father. Watch your best friend achieve their goal. … Continue reading