You may ask, what does meditation have to do with this website. Maybe you get it. Either way, just take 2, sit back relax and then get back to what you were doing… I’d love to hear your comments after the journey.
This is by far better than anything I can write. Without space in my brain, I cannot be free to BE; this is the most important thing. TO BE. Take 15 to listen to this and then go on with your day. Give yourself permission to take the time – it’s work to BE but without it, all things become ‘busy’ in the brain.
THERE IS NOTHING NICER than an orderly and organized closet.
It’s always a hassle when one side of a shirt is hanging on for dear life just waiting to fall on the floor because the fabric is so slippery or loose fitting to stay put.
After years of struggling, I discovered FOAM HANGER COVERS, providing a nice grip to keep shirts organized and skid-free. They can be purchased for less than $15 per 100. Use these on top of matching clear or white plastic hangers and you’ll enjoy looking in your closet instead of dreading it!
Just a small investment in hangers can make a huge difference in the way you ‘see’ your clothes.
GET ORGANIZED NOW!
A lesson in Faith and Trust
Transitioning is difficult and stressful – it’s wrestling with the unknown. Some of us are fortunate to have families that can assist, but sometimes they live far away. Some of us don’t have families and we feel alone. Having an advocate for yourself or a loved one is the first step.
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Today, I was looking for a way to take this photo:
I searched online. I watched 2 youtube videos and scratched my head, wondering if I have a learning disability. So, I thought I’d try something unique and found a text article by this terrific writer Lesa Snider. She explains things in a way I can understand, which is no easy feat. I am quite content with the results.
For more about Lesa, check out her website: Photolesa.com>
Do you have a favorite Photoshop tip?