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The Jesus Writing Challenge (Day 7)

The goal for the following 14 days is to write for 15 minutes about Jesus: Things he has accomplished, affirmations of him, statements of identity, and character. 602 more words


Creativity and the perfectionist

Have you ever felt like the direction you’re going isn’t exactly what you thought it would be? Have your goals been hindered by your ability to change, re-organize and over-coordinate plans? 414 more words

Exercise Creativity

risky post, risky night

Last Friday night questionable choices were made. With that being said here is a tad bit of back story for your reading pleasures, I don’t really do committed relationships anymore you get your heart smashed two or three times and you just kinda feel like fuck it. 400 more words


You have to learn to be Gutsy!

The easiest piece of advice you will ever receive is

“trust your gut!”

I see that comment on social platforms as often as I hear it in conversation and I think it is great advice, for the right person at the right time. 207 more words

How Much Should You Care About Currencies?

As Canadians we are all familiar with the dispiriting feeling of traveling abroad and finding out our money just doesn’t travel as far with us. Canadians for generations have felt the plight of coughing up extra to go to the United States, the UK and Europe. 645 more words


The Benefits of Failure

“So why do I talk about the benefits of failure? Simply because failure meant a stripping away of the inessential. I stopped pretending to myself that I was anything other than what I was, and began to direct all my energy into finishing the only work that mattered to me.

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Addressing the masses

I don’t care to go in to the personal side of my address to the younger girls, but as one of say 30 seniors in my sorority, I hold a slight  bit of authority and am respected as an elder. 314 more words