Saturday, November 26, 2016

The Person of Interest


Your physical appearance impacts your personality for bad or for good. For instance, a tall person might develop a strong level of confidence, walking around towering over people. The same circumstance might cause another person to be shy, hunching over to blend in. Physical attributes may dictate who we become, but so many other factors guide us in becoming our best version of ourselves. Listen to what this guy learned:


We limit our potential by overemphasizing how we’re built, where we live, and how the outside world responds to us. Once we’re determined to be our best selves, we’ll find ways to make that happen. We’ll attract supportive friends, find positive environments to shape us, and develop habits and lifestyles to help us to reach our goal. Despite the obstacles in life, good choices allow us to push forward. What’s the biggest thing that will keep you on the journey to becoming your best self?         

Saturday, November 19, 2016

Sounds Unreal  

During the past two months, I’ve witnessed five serious health events in our family. Thankfully, none of them took a turn for the worst. In fact, we ended up with good outcomes, which felt as though we were experiencing five separate, tangible miracles. Miracles are kind of like the wind: you don’t physically see the force behind them, but the results shout that something unusual happened. Watch this out of the ordinary story:


Imagine how life would change if scientists discovered a way to pass Brooke’s miracle on to us. I wonder how many people would complain about being stuck looking like a teen, a forty-two-year-old, or a sixty-seven-year old. Wishing for that kind of miracle sounds intriguing until we’re faced with the pros and cons. Let’s push the limits. If you had the opportunity to live forever, why would you or why wouldn’t you take it?

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Saturday, November 12, 2016

The Clean Up Campaign  

Another week has passed and you know what that means. Everything you cleaned last week—your bedroom, your vehicle, eating areas, the bathroom—is dirty again. I don’t mind cleaning, it’s the awful repetition that drives me bonkers, and what’s worse is when you get something all shiny only to find it messy minutes later. As soon as someone invents a gadget that sucks dust from a room, I’ll be the first to buy it.    

Regardless of whether we’re cleaning the house or cleaning up irritating habits, thorough cleaning takes time and work. Here’s where housecleaning and habits merge:


 When we’re faced with serious situations that call for major cleaning, sometimes it’s best to rely on a certain level of expertise. Who helps you clean up your toughest situations?

Saturday, November 5, 2016

What’s the Backstory?

Not long ago there was a story about a lady finding a spider in a blueberry. I had a hard time imagining a bug tunneling into a fruit that small until this week when we bought the largest blueberries I’ve ever seen. I could easily imagine an insect getting comfortable inside our gigantic berries, and of course, I had to check them carefully to avoid any surprises. Since we’re mentioning massive fruit, let’s check out the massive creatures who might enjoy it. Watch this:


 That’s the stuff of nightmares. Dig into nature, and you never know what unusual creatures you’ll find. The natural world is bursting with variety and so much to explore. A quick internet search identified a handful of different kinds of commonly grown blueberries and over twelve hundred bat species. In the comments section, talk about why you think there are so many types of plants and mammals living side by side.