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Wednesday Share Day – December 13, 2017

Ok, another video instead of a blog. I figure, if you’re going to read something for 10-15 minutes, why not watch a video instead? I had a fellow coworker suggest this video about the difference between men and woman’s brains.

 

Mark Gungor is an international marriage and family speaker. He uses laughter to help teach principles that will strengthen marriages. However, after watching this video, I’ve come to the conclusion that personality wise, my former spouse and I are flipped. I think I have more of the typical “female” brain whereas she follows more of the masculine traits shown in this video. It’s no wonder men and women have a tough time communicating.

 

 

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Wednesday Share Day – November 1, 2017

If you’re looking for a fun, cooking website, Savorbang is the place to go. See, most websites with recipes tell you how good the food is and how the kids gobbled it all up with no complaints (a big feat mind you), but they all kind of sound the same. And, if you’re like me, I’ll search for recipe ideas with the ingredients I have on hand. What can I make with left over [insert food item here]? Yes, I need to make a “new” meal every time because my girls refuse to eat “leftovers”.

 

However, if I want a little more flavor, and I’m not talking just about the flavor on my tastebuds, but the flavor of stimulating the brain, I’ll see what Sarah has to offer. She calls it Luscious Witty Food. Every dish of hers has a story. And every story kind of goes in a direction I would never have thought possible. Her blog is off the wall, sometimes controversial, entertaining and slowly gets the salvia glands activated so by the end of the reading you can’t wait to jump into the kitchen. Feel free to post your favorite recipes in the comments below.

Wednesday Share Day – October 25, 2017

I shared this blog with a fellow friend yesterday. This is one of my all time favorite stories I’ve read, so I thought I’d share it with all of you.

 

Jenny Lawson is blogger who’s blog is “mainly dark humor mixed with brutally honest periods of mental illness.” Check out And That’s Why You Should Learn to Pick Your Battles. This may have been written six years ago, but it still cracks me up.

 

Read her books! Jenny is fiercely open and vulnerable about her life and her personal struggles with depression and anxiety disorder. If she can overcome adversity, we all can.