“Evelyn Couch: Hey! I was waiting for that spot!
Girl #1: Face it, lady, we’re younger and faster!
[Evelyn rear-ends the other car six times]
Girl #1: What are you *doing*?
Girl #2: Are you *crazy*?
Evelyn Couch: Face it, girls, I’m older and I have more insurance.”—Fried Green Tomatoes …I love this scene!
there are always gonna be challenges. just gotta have the strength to keep overcoming them…
”—One year ago I wrote this self made quote. I cannot even begin to tell you how much I held myself to it and how much understanding this concept has done for me. I am not the smartest person out there but I really do believe that understanding the reality that there are always challenges that always need to be overcome will aid you in being successful.
I never really thought it would be an activity that I would find myself doing, but nonetheless I have taken to it well. Like many people out there I have always owned a bike and somehow just let it sit in the shed gathering dust. But recently my bf got interested in fixing up his bike. I am an active person, so I felt like it’d be another great way to workout and an even better way to get OUTSIDE. So much of my life is spent inside at work and inside the house when I come home.
On our first trail ride we did 12 miles. And most recently we did 9 miles with more uphill/downhill involved. (I felt like a little kid going down the big hill, can’t lie. I may have even said “wheeeee!”)
I still have a lot of work to do in the technique arena, but as I said I’ve just begun. W.I.P. (work in progress).
Many people are in a rush to do great things. But make sure you are trying to do great things with patience, diligence and the ability to see opportunity where others may not.
I’m by no means and expert, but I can tell you from experience that being in a rush can prevent you from being thorough. If you are not being diligent you may prevent yourself from spotting an opportunity. And the inability to understand what an opportunity is just leaves you, well…short.
This post is for all ladies, but specifically ladies who’s hair… well… let’s just say those who’s hair is high maintenance.
Women of African American descent are specifically addressed, because this seems to be a bigger factor in getting them in the gym than their white counterparts. Black hair & sweat… well, they don’t mix.
Dannon also does lid donations… I’m submitting those online as well. Like I said before, I don’t have a ton of resources to make drastic change but if everyone makes even small efforts we can make significant progress towards our goals.
I’d like to think I am a giving person, most times without receiving anything in return but appreciation. I’m not sure where this came from, but I looked at my yogurt lid (Yoplait) and decided I’m going to start collecting and entering lids that earn money for the Susan G. Komen foundation.
Just trying to do my part. See what ways there are for you to give as well.
If, while interviewing for a job, you get a hard drive into left field (the zany realm of irregular and unnerving queries and comments that job candidates have suffered during interviews), you have several options.