Posts Tagged "vision"

Weight Loss Transformation: Mastering Life

»Posted by on Feb 20, 2014 in mastering life | 0 comments

Weight Loss Transformation: Mastering Life

Recently, I wrote a blog post for Kathy Brandon, founder of Ready for Happiness, titled How to Be Happy With Yourself. I received a lot of feedback from what I wrote and wanted to back up my claims with pictures. They say a picture is worth a 1,000 words, so this blog will be short on words and long on pictures, otherwise I might overwhelm the reader! The dress I am wearing at Amy’s graduation is one of my creations. Finding this heavily beaded top at a thrift store that actually fit me was a delight since it could be worn in a variety of ways. Yes, my hair was actually that long, and fell in ringlets; the last time I allowed it to grow to that length was in junior high. In my blog, I reference that: Tailoring is my vocational trade, and I employed it at...

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Splinters: Reflecting on Scripture

»Posted by on Jan 13, 2014 in reflecting on scripture | 0 comments

Splinters: Reflecting on Scripture

Have you ever had a splinter in your hand? Could you feel it but not see it well enough to dig it out? Maybe it was in your dominant hand, and you had a hard time getting to it with your other hand? Have you ever had a speck in your eye that you were unable to see and could not get out? Did it make your vision blurry?   Professional development is like getting splinters out of your eyes.   Years ago, when I first became acquainted with classic writers in the self-help movement, I was fascinated by the material they presented. Every time I read another great book by another terrific author, I felt as if I got a mental adjustment, and my vision kept getting better; my life improved, even if it was only little by little. My greatest self-help book and...

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