Norman Reedus, most well known for his acting role playing Daryl Dixon on the AMC show The Walking Dead, has been acting for many years before The Walking Dead, but his acting career found stardom in 1999 with the release of his first feature-length movie, "The Boondock Saints". Throughout his entire life, he has had a passion for (and a talent for), various artistic expressions. His photography is particularly striking, showing the world...
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The recipe has step-by-step instructions with clear expectations, photos for each step, and a believable finished product shown. The image for this post shows you how it turned out for me. Yes, that is a photo of my own first attempt at making this recipe.
Welcome to my new series: Journey to Wellness! I will be launching a sister series in the coming days: Music for Wellness!
When we take time to focus on our emotional and mental health, work towards healthy actions and reactions, miracles can happen in our mental and emotional health! Read this article to learn some tips and tricks to help you learn to focus on being happy!
Our measure isn't about what we have, how rich we are, who works for us, or who we know. It is in what we do with what we have. This quote goes hand-in-hand with another tenant I live by: serving others. Those of us who find that deep personal satisfaction in helping others know just what I mean. Those of you who don't know should give it a try. Read my thoughts on this topic in this article.
In any endeavor, no matter how large or how small, your level of success is usually directly related to your level of preparedness. Read this article to see what I think about our level of preparedness.
Happiness exists in giving and in serving others. Even in our hardest, saddest times we have always been able to pull together, help others who need it, and find joy in serving our communities. Now more than ever, this is exactly what we need to do! There are so many people who are in need, so many healthcare workers who need supplies, so many people who need food... we need to be at our best once again!
Now isn't the time to be the pessimist, complaining about things that we have no control over. It also isn't the time to be the optimist, believing that things aren't as bad as they really are. Today, we all need to be realists. We need to accept the situation we are in, and adjust our behaviors accordingly. We are struggling in the midst of a global pandemic, yet there are some who still don't seem to understand that we are in a crisis. They just don't get it. But we need them to "get it". We all must do our part. When we all see the situation as it really is, we can all work together to build a better world for us all. Read more to learn more about what you can do.