Showing posts from March, 2012

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Why I Dont Make Resolutions

I don't make resolutions because I don't keep them. That is it!

Thinking back, I have never keep a New Year's Resolution; however, throughout my 20's I have always made them.

Instead of making resolutions, sit and plan for your year.

Map out your major goals and your sub- goals.

Chart how you are going to accomplish these goals.

Actually, get up and work on accomplishing your goals.

Vision board your goals, dreams and aspirations.

Never give up even if you feel like you cannot make it.

Slowly Counting Down........

I am slowly counting down the days when i can go back to my regularly schedule blogging. From where i sit, it is looking like Wednesday. I cannot wait. 

There are a number of new and interesting things i would love to share. Until then, thanks for stopping by.

Still Hanging on.........

I am still experiencing technical difficulties with my PC. This will be resolved by Sunday, hopefully. I must say thank you to everyone for stopping by. 

Free Book

A while ago I reviewed the book, The New Death and Others; it was a book i really enjoyed reading and wanted to recommend to my readers. The  author contacted me to let me know that for one week his book, The New Death and Others, will available for FREE.  Yes, I said the word free.

So, stop by and get your free copy.

Technical Difficulties

First, let me apologise for the fact that there was no Positive Wednesdays this week.

Second, Lioness Rebirth is expriencing technical difficulties. I am working out the kinks with my home P.C.  Until then, I will  ensure that D.I.Y Sundays and the other posts that you look forward to will be published on a timely basis.

I wish you all  a great weekend!!!!!!

AAhhhh Monday........... A Great Day

I know it is Tuesday but i still wanted to share this post. Today, i am in an extremely great mood. Who cares really....I do.

Have a great week....... Remember to stop by for Positive Wednesdays

5 Uses for the Baking Soda - D.I.Y Sundays

Ditch the Chemicals! 5 Uses for the Baking Soda Already in Your Pantry

Forget buying expensive green products! Everything offered by the top name brand green household cleaners can be found in one simple non-toxic ingredient that your grandmother has been using for years: household baking soda.  Most of us have a box of baking soda in our pantry and we might grab it from time to time wondering if it will take out grass stains, but, other than that, the typical box of baking soda usually just sits there, only living up to about an eighth of it's full household potential.  So, from now on, try out these uses for baking soda that will save you money, preserve the environment and have stand the test of time.

1.  Kitchen and Bathroom Cleaner

To use baking soda for cleaning counter tops, just grab the box and lightly sprinkle it onto the counter. Wet a washrag and rub the baking soda around, scrubbing areas that need more cleaning. For whiter counter tops, rub some lemons along with the ba…

Bring it on....... the Weekend

I have a ton of paper on my desk. I don't even know where to start. I am afraid the if i approach it it will swallow me alive. It is just one of those days. I will eventually dragged myself to that old monster and slowly tame its opened jaw. 

Until then, i will just hang with Katy Perry. I hope you have a FABULOUS Weekend!!!!! 

Turning Challenges into Opportunities- Positive Wednesday

I am so sorry that Positive Wednesday is late this week. I was so busy turning challenges into opportunities. I will update you soon about my new pursuits. Until then, I hope you had a very positive Wednesday.

Positive Quote
When you reach an obstacle, turn it into an opportunity. You have the choice. 

You can overcome and be a winner, or you can allow it to overcome you and be a loser. The choice is yours and yours alone.

Refuse to throw in the towel. Go that extra mile that failures refuse to travel. It is far better to be exhausted from success than to be rested from failure.

Mary Kay Ash 

Prince Harry comes to Jamaica Part 1


Online Friends Blog Hop----Guest Host

Welcome to the I Love My Online Friends Monday Blog Hop! I will be guest hosting the hop today with Tami from The Things We Find Inside. 


 1. Follow the host and the guest host (Me) on GFC. The guest host is in the number two spot on the linky. We will follow back. Leave a comment to let us know. As GFC will no longer be available for non-blogger blogs, if you'd like to be followed via another outlet please let us know. (Facebook, Twitter, Google + etc.) Include it with your link here. Eg. The Things We Find Inside (GFC) 

 2. The guest host will be chosen from the previous week's link ups. However, if you are interested in guest hosting, please let me (the host) know. 

 3. Follow as many people as you can and be sure to let them know that you are from the 'I love my Online Friends Monday Hop'. When you get a new follower it's always nice to return the favour. Visit their blogs, leave them a comment and/or return the follow.

 4. You are not required t…

How to Host a Successful Blog Hop- D.I.Y. Sundays

What is a Blog Hop?

Simply put,  a blog hop is when bloggers enter thier url, blog name or their name and often email address in a linky. This information comes up as a list.

Bloggers then click and follow other members on the list. You should leave a comment on the person's blog and he or she will follow you back.

Joining a blog hop enables bloggers to meet fellow bloggers, increase their reader base and their blog following. It also helps bloggers to find blogs that they might not necessarily find.
How to Create a Blog Hop
A blogger can host a blog hop with anyone of the following linky. Here are two popular ones: Linky ToolsInLinkz
You can sign up for free and then create your hop and cut and paste the html code in html format when you are creating post. You can then click back to compose and look at it in preview. Then you can publish your blog hop.
How to Gain Blog Hop Participants
Gaining blog hop participants is very simple- ADVERTISE. Advertising your blog hop is the key to having …

4 Ways to Stay Productive in the Office

Your eyes and shoulders are heavy and droop.  Your attention span is thin, and your motivation even thinner.  You try to focus, but everything seems hazy.  You're listless.  We all know what it is: the 4 o'clock doldrums.  

Working in an office (or at any job or activity) can be physically, mentally, and even spiritually stifling.  When the afternoon finally rolls around, we often find ourselves watching the clock tick so slowly that it's painful instead of doing the work we know we need to do.  

It's almost impossible to fight the distraction and the malaise after sitting in front of a computer screen for eight hours straight.  We were not meant for it.  If you are having trouble staying productive and clear-minded at work all day, try some of these tricks to keep you focused, refreshed, and smiling all day.
Take BreaksNumerous studies have shown that people are more productive when they split their work up into manageable time slots with breaks in between.  If you are w…