December 14 2014
What a year in review. Looking back, I wonder what would I have done differently. What can I do in the future to bring a different outcome? The beauty of life is not living with regrets but rather learning from the past. The past cannot be changed but the future can! I vow to talk less and listen more, to continue to think outside the box. It's o.k. to be different. I will find things about myself to like rather than announcing all my faults. I will be good to me. I deserve it. I want to learn one new thing a day, and remember what I learned for future references. I want to keep in touch with family and friends and reunite with others I have gone too long not speaking to. And writing, my passion, will no longer take a back seat to everything else in my life. Did I make this same promise last year this time? Who knows. Well, I really mean it this time! What about you. What has this year taught you and what are you going to do about it!
Thursday, September 11, 2014
Recently, media has given much attention to the Ray Rice video. However domestic violence has always been a growing problem. With October, being domestic violence awareness month, even more attention will be shed on ways in which we can help control and hopefully end domestic violence on all fronts. "Breaking the Silence" contains stories and tips on ways of helping to defeat this continual epidemic as it threatens to break the family bonds within our society... Get your free ebook download today! Offer ends Saturday, September 13th....
Wednesday, January 15, 2014
NATIONAL BATH SAFETY MONTH
Remember that January is Bath Safety Month. Watch for items or actions that may cause a serious accident during bath time. According to a survey by Consumer Product Safety Commission, an average of 370 people in the U.S. suffer bathtub or shower related injuries each day. Accidents include falls, slips, and hot water burns. People with limited mobility need to be extra cautious.
It is important that a bathroom has safety rails for elderly and physically impaired. It is also important that needed items are within easy reach of use. Safety (anti-skid) mats for tubs and showers and rugs on bathroom floor assist in preventing slipping incidents. Excessive items that take up floor space or cause clutter should be limited or eliminated altogether. Electrical switches, plugs, and items should be kept away from water.
For more tips, please visit the Bath Safety Months links. Your safety depends on you!