Oct 29, 2019
It’s a good thing! A tiny step in the right direction! Where I’m at, at this point of time feels oh so good!
All of life seems so much better! I’m not stressed like I used to be, and neither is my cat! My boyfriend doesn’t know it yet, but I think I’m going to try and find something where I can work at home! But I’m not thinking about that right now…not until next week. I’ll now when the time and opportunity is right! I’ve gotten this far in life by trusting my gut, not gonna stop now!!
I’m going to share some feel good quotes with you for my last post of the day!
Hope you enjoy!
“Convince yourself everyday that you are worthy of a good life. Let go of stress, breathe. Stay positive, all is well.”
~ Germany Kent
“The beauty of your life is predicated on the depth of your sensuality.”
~ Lebo Grand
“Life is good: small things make me smile; Good people make me laugh; an amazing God keeps me blessed.”
“I have found that if you love life, life will love you back.”
“Every day may not be good, but there is something good in every day.”
” Life is too important to be taken seriously.”
~ Oscar Wilde
“Life is like a camera
Focus on what’s important
Capture the good times
Develop from the negatives
And if things don’t work out
Take another shot”
Tomorrow is National Candy Corn Day:
In the late 1800s, George Renninger of Wunderle Candy Company created candy corn. His sweet treat represented the bright colors of corn kernels. Originally, candy corn was yellow, orange and white. However, it wasn’t until1889 that the Goelitz Candy Company made the candy popular. Later, other candy makers developed a variety of popular colors and flavors as well.
The original confection was made by hand using corn syrup, sugar, water, marshmallows, fondant and carnauba wax (a wax made from the leaves of a palm tree). However, modern candy makers produce the treat using machines while using the original ingredients.
These days, numerous recipes create the candy corn flavors in cakes, cookies, beverages, and more.
National Publicist Day:
On October 30, 1906, the New York Times printed verbatim the very first press release written by Ivy Lee, the “father of modern PR.” Ivy Lee represented the Pennsylvania Railroad. On October 28th, 1906, 50 people lost their lives. A three-car train jumped a trestle in New Jersey and plunged into a thoroughfare creek. In response, Ivy Lee created the first press release. He not only convinced the railroad to distribute a public statement, but he also convinced them to provide a special train to get reporters to the scene of the accident.
Impressed by Lee’s innovative approach to corporate communications, the New York Times printed the first press release—verbatim—on Oct. 30, 1906, as a “Statement from the Road.” (information obtained from SearchEngineWatch.com)
National Speak Up for Service Day:
recognizes the importance of young people to be actively involved in community service
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where ever you may be!
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