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Bless Up, God, and Gym: This old guy walks his puppy past my house every evening My auntie is in her 70s. I was telling her about a couple personal records I had set at the gym recently. In her younger age she was athletic as hell - grew up poor and never picked up a tennis racquet until her 30s but when she did...anybody could get it...she put on that tennis skirt and her lil a$$ mobbed on em boy 😂. Anyway when I was done talking she told me: “beloved, when you’re young, you wake up and keep finding out new things that your body is able to do and accomplish. When you’re my age, every day you wake up and something is taken away from you.” She wasn’t even remotely bitter. She was just giving me the game straight up so as to ensure I don’t take my blessings for granted. Never take them blessings for granted, beloveds. Those are a gift. And if you’re suffering from any physical limitation or malady whatsoever, I ask God to bless you, protect you and ease it for you! And regardless, no physical limitation could ever limit your spirit and you need to remember that. Bless up 😍❤️ p.s. “Smash I’m an atheist you don’t need to pray for me 😊.” BIH. I AIN’T ATHEIST. GOD BEEN THERE FOR ME HELLA TIMES. SO IF MY PRAYER WORK AND U BLEW YA KNEE OUT AND YA KNEE START FEELING BETTER SOON, DON’T BE ACTING BRAND NEW WITCHOE SMARTY ARTY A$$ MAKING SMARTY ARTY ATHEIST ARGUMENTS. JUST LET ME BELIEVE IN MY ILLOGICAL LIL SPIRITUAL TING AND TAKE THE ILLOGICAL BLESSING, BLESS UP 😂❤️ (📹: reddit u-crotchetyhooker)
Bless Up, God, and Gym: This old guy walks his puppy past my
 house every evening
My auntie is in her 70s. I was telling her about a couple personal records I had set at the gym recently. In her younger age she was athletic as hell - grew up poor and never picked up a tennis racquet until her 30s but when she did...anybody could get it...she put on that tennis skirt and her lil a$$ mobbed on em boy 😂. Anyway when I was done talking she told me: “beloved, when you’re young, you wake up and keep finding out new things that your body is able to do and accomplish. When you’re my age, every day you wake up and something is taken away from you.” She wasn’t even remotely bitter. She was just giving me the game straight up so as to ensure I don’t take my blessings for granted. Never take them blessings for granted, beloveds. Those are a gift. And if you’re suffering from any physical limitation or malady whatsoever, I ask God to bless you, protect you and ease it for you! And regardless, no physical limitation could ever limit your spirit and you need to remember that. Bless up 😍❤️ p.s. “Smash I’m an atheist you don’t need to pray for me 😊.” BIH. I AIN’T ATHEIST. GOD BEEN THERE FOR ME HELLA TIMES. SO IF MY PRAYER WORK AND U BLEW YA KNEE OUT AND YA KNEE START FEELING BETTER SOON, DON’T BE ACTING BRAND NEW WITCHOE SMARTY ARTY A$$ MAKING SMARTY ARTY ATHEIST ARGUMENTS. JUST LET ME BELIEVE IN MY ILLOGICAL LIL SPIRITUAL TING AND TAKE THE ILLOGICAL BLESSING, BLESS UP 😂❤️ (📹: reddit u-crotchetyhooker)

My auntie is in her 70s. I was telling her about a couple personal records I had set at the gym recently. In her younger age she was athleti...

Drinking, Energy, and Life: THE LAST STRAW TOSSEL on Reason <p><a href="http://redbloodedamerica.tumblr.com/post/176022832961/plastic-straw-myths-do-you-enjoy-sipping" class="tumblr_blog">redbloodedamerica</a>:</p> <blockquote><h2> Plastic Straw Myths </h2><blockquote><p> Do you enjoy sipping drinks through plastic straws?  Well, if activists get their way you won’t be allowed to anymore.  “These must be banned,” they say.  </p><p>Why?</p><p>When celebrities speak, politicians listen.  Seattle recently banned straws, and other places want to do the same.  “The idea that you’re going to ban straws and save the world is ridiculous.”  Angela Logomasini studies environmental issues at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.  What will banning plastic straws accomplish?  “Probably nothing at all.  It might make some people in Hollywood feel good.  It may make some politicians feel good, like they’re doing something.  It might sound good at parties, but it’s not going to solve any problems.” </p><p>Plastic pollution in the ocean <i>is</i> a real problem, but only about 1% of it comes from the United States.  Of that 1%, a tiny amount comes from plastic straws.  But what about that 500 million number?  Where do they all get that number?  They got it from this child’s school project.  He says he got the 500 million straws a day figure through a phone survey he conducted with straw manufacturers.  The media just accepts his 500 million number.  But the actual number is much lower according to the analysis firm Technomic.  </p><p>Okay, so activists and media exaggerate the problem.  Still they promised it would be easy to get rid of the straws. “If we can reduce something that is easy, that is polluting in the environment, that is getting stuck in turtles’ noses and causing damage to the environment, let’s do that,” says progressive talk show host Ethan Bearman.  “Sometimes we do need a little gentle guiding hand from government.”  <i>Governments gentle guiding hand</i> will either ban straws or order us to replace this cheap plastic straw with ones like these made of paper or bamboo.  “Plastic doesn’t actually biodegrade.  So unlike a lot of other things, paper, for example, actually breaks down into other components.”  </p><p>That’s not a good thing.  That means paper straws break down, even while you’re using them.  They get soggy, they leak.  “That’s the beauty of plastic, it’s enduring,” says Logomasini, “Paper straws are going to break down while you’re drinking with it.”  Paper and bamboo straws aren’t environmentally pristine either.  Paper products take more energy and more effort to produce.  You’re going to have a net negative environmental impact.  The paper doesn’t degrade in a landfill either.  Everything is essentially mummified.  <b>You’re replacing a superior product with an inferior one and you’re asking people to pay more for it.</b> It doesn’t make a lot of sense,” she says. </p><p>It doesn’t, and the higher price is the final result.  Paper straws are eight times more expensive to make than plastic straws.  Won’t this hurt businesses?  “I don’t think so.  Maybe people won’t use straws,” claims New York City Councilman Barry Grodenchik.   “If it’s a $1.79 to get the fountain drink at Joe’s corner deli that we’re talking about, and now it’s a $1.83, I don’t see that as being a huge difference in the price,” says Bearman.  </p><p>“This is what environmentalists will say about <i>every</i> policy they put out.  A few cents here, a few cents there eventually begins to become a burden,” explains Logomasini.  We don’t need straws.  “You know a lot of things in life are not <i>necessary</i>, but beneficial and enjoyable.  Banning straws isn’t going to do anything for the environment.  So what they’re just trying to do is take away my freedom for nothing in return.”  </p><p>As the environment has become cleaner, that’s become a specialty of the environmental movement: spend <i>your</i> money on feel-good policies that make no real difference.<br/></p></blockquote></blockquote>
Drinking, Energy, and Life: THE LAST
 STRAW
 TOSSEL
 on Reason
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Plastic Straw Myths

</h2><blockquote><p>

Do you enjoy sipping drinks through plastic straws?  Well, if activists get their way you won’t be allowed to anymore.  “These must be banned,” they say.  </p><p>Why?</p><p>When celebrities speak, politicians listen.  Seattle recently banned straws, and other places want to do the same.  “The idea that you’re going to ban straws and save the world is ridiculous.”  Angela Logomasini studies environmental issues at the Competitive Enterprise Institute.  What will banning plastic straws accomplish?  “Probably nothing at all.  It might make some people in Hollywood feel good.  It may make some politicians feel good, like they’re doing something.  It might sound good at parties, but it’s not going to solve any problems.” </p><p>Plastic pollution in the ocean <i>is</i> a real problem, but only about 1% of it comes from the United States.  Of that 1%, a tiny amount comes from plastic straws.  But what about that 500 million number?  Where do they all get that number?  They got it from this child’s school project.  He says he got the 500 million straws a day figure through a phone survey he conducted with straw manufacturers.  The media just accepts his 500 million number.  But the actual number is much lower according to the analysis firm Technomic.  </p><p>Okay, so activists and media exaggerate the problem.  Still they promised it would be easy to get rid of the straws. “If we can reduce something that is easy, that is polluting in the environment, that is getting stuck in turtles’ noses and causing damage to the environment, let’s do that,” says progressive talk show host Ethan Bearman.  “Sometimes we do need a little gentle guiding hand from government.”  <i>Governments gentle guiding hand</i> will either ban straws or order us to replace this cheap plastic straw with ones like these made of paper or bamboo.  “Plastic doesn’t actually biodegrade.  So unlike a lot of other things, paper, for example, actually breaks down into other components.”  </p><p>That’s not a good thing.  That means paper straws break down, even while you’re using them.  They get soggy, they leak.  “That’s the beauty of plastic, it’s enduring,” says Logomasini, “Paper straws are going to break down while you’re drinking with it.”  Paper and bamboo straws aren’t environmentally pristine either.  Paper products take more energy and more effort to produce.  You’re going to have a net negative environmental impact.  The paper doesn’t degrade in a landfill either.  Everything is essentially mummified.  <b>You’re replacing a superior product with an inferior one and you’re asking people to pay more for it.</b> It doesn’t make a lot of sense,” she says. </p><p>It doesn’t, and the higher price is the final result.  Paper straws are eight times more expensive to make than plastic straws.  Won’t this hurt businesses?  “I don’t think so.  Maybe people won’t use straws,” claims New York City Councilman Barry Grodenchik.   “If it’s a $1.79 to get the fountain drink at Joe’s corner deli that we’re talking about, and now it’s a $1.83, I don’t see that as being a huge difference in the price,” says Bearman.  </p><p>“This is what environmentalists will say about <i>every</i> policy they put out.  A few cents here, a few cents there eventually begins to become a burden,” explains Logomasini.  We don’t need straws.  “You know a lot of things in life are not <i>necessary</i>, but beneficial and enjoyable.  Banning straws isn’t going to do anything for the environment.  So what they’re just trying to do is take away my freedom for nothing in return.”  </p><p>As the environment has become cleaner, that’s become a specialty of the environmental movement: spend <i>your</i> money on feel-good policies that make no real difference.<br/></p></blockquote></blockquote>

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Job Interview, Life, and Memes: MILLIONAIRE MENTOR THANKFUL FOR ALL THE "NO'S The word rejection is not a pleasant one in any way, shape, or form. No matter who you are, what you are trying to accomplish or how successful you are, we all face rejection. But you know what? You should look back and be thankful for those rejections! And here are a few reasons why: ✔️There will always be something better. Whether it is a better relationship, a better business opportunity, or a better coffee order when your barista tells you they are out of your favorite, go-to daily brew. You are forced into opportunity when you are rejected on your initial idea. ✔️Pushes you to think outside the box. It is rejection that helps us re-evaluate and think outside the box we thought we had our perfectly planned life plan in. ✔️You learn. These situations allow you see what you may have done wrong, or could improve on. Maybe you bombed a job interview where you felt the need to talk about how you were fired from your previous job for punching a hole through the wall during a heated conversation. It’s rejection that helps us see opportunities that we can improve on. ✔️Makes you stronger! Rejection sucks, but you should be thankful for the opportunities, resilience, and lessons it nicely laid in your lap. You can overcome anything and rejection is one of the easiest things on the list. - rejections no fuckno success millionairementor
Job Interview, Life, and Memes: MILLIONAIRE MENTOR
 THANKFUL FOR ALL
 THE "NO'S
The word rejection is not a pleasant one in any way, shape, or form. No matter who you are, what you are trying to accomplish or how successful you are, we all face rejection. But you know what? You should look back and be thankful for those rejections! And here are a few reasons why: ✔️There will always be something better. Whether it is a better relationship, a better business opportunity, or a better coffee order when your barista tells you they are out of your favorite, go-to daily brew. You are forced into opportunity when you are rejected on your initial idea. ✔️Pushes you to think outside the box. It is rejection that helps us re-evaluate and think outside the box we thought we had our perfectly planned life plan in. ✔️You learn. These situations allow you see what you may have done wrong, or could improve on. Maybe you bombed a job interview where you felt the need to talk about how you were fired from your previous job for punching a hole through the wall during a heated conversation. It’s rejection that helps us see opportunities that we can improve on. ✔️Makes you stronger! Rejection sucks, but you should be thankful for the opportunities, resilience, and lessons it nicely laid in your lap. You can overcome anything and rejection is one of the easiest things on the list. - rejections no fuckno success millionairementor

The word rejection is not a pleasant one in any way, shape, or form. No matter who you are, what you are trying to accomplish or how success...

Birthday, Friends, and Game of Thrones: MILLIONAIRE MENTOR WE ALL HAVE THE SAME 24 HOURS IN A DAY, HOW DO YOU MANAGE YOURS? Everyone has the same 24 hours each day. How are you spending yours? Our time is incredibly valuable. We can choose to spend it having coffee with a friend, chilling out in yoga class, or catching up on the lastest episode of Game of Thrones. By why is it that most of the time, we are playing catch-up instead of doing what we love? Filling our schedules with appointments, meetings and deadlines. Of course, some of our obligations are unavoidable, but everything is a choice. How you choose to spend your hours each day is a personal decision. Sometimes the decision is a tough one, but it’s always a choice. - You MUST put your needs first Often when we feel that we have no choice, it’s because we are putting others’ needs before our own. We’ll disappoint our friends if we don’t make the birthday party, or we’ll miss out on a potential new client if we don’t attend the meeting. But if we are feeling stressed and unhappy, we are missing out on life. There will always be times when obligations seem to take over your life despite your best intentions. Sometimes, sacrificing your sacred time is necessary in order to be there for a close friend, or to accomplish a goal. It’s up to you to choose what you value and give away your time when you feel that it’s important. It’s a constant reviewing and editing of your commitments in order to create the life that works for you. - How are your using your 24hrs? Comment below!👇👇 - 24hrs time value success millionairementor
Birthday, Friends, and Game of Thrones: MILLIONAIRE MENTOR
 WE ALL HAVE THE SAME 24
 HOURS IN A DAY, HOW DO YOU
 MANAGE YOURS?
Everyone has the same 24 hours each day. How are you spending yours? Our time is incredibly valuable. We can choose to spend it having coffee with a friend, chilling out in yoga class, or catching up on the lastest episode of Game of Thrones. By why is it that most of the time, we are playing catch-up instead of doing what we love? Filling our schedules with appointments, meetings and deadlines. Of course, some of our obligations are unavoidable, but everything is a choice. How you choose to spend your hours each day is a personal decision. Sometimes the decision is a tough one, but it’s always a choice. - You MUST put your needs first Often when we feel that we have no choice, it’s because we are putting others’ needs before our own. We’ll disappoint our friends if we don’t make the birthday party, or we’ll miss out on a potential new client if we don’t attend the meeting. But if we are feeling stressed and unhappy, we are missing out on life. There will always be times when obligations seem to take over your life despite your best intentions. Sometimes, sacrificing your sacred time is necessary in order to be there for a close friend, or to accomplish a goal. It’s up to you to choose what you value and give away your time when you feel that it’s important. It’s a constant reviewing and editing of your commitments in order to create the life that works for you. - How are your using your 24hrs? Comment below!👇👇 - 24hrs time value success millionairementor

Everyone has the same 24 hours each day. How are you spending yours? Our time is incredibly valuable. We can choose to spend it having coffe...

Life, Memes, and True: WE DON'T GROW WHENTHINGS ARE EASY WE GROW WHEN WE FACE CHALLENGES. Have you ever noticed how often the challenges we face also contains a blessing in disguise? If not, perhaps you haven’t been looking closely enough! Granted, life’s challenges usually seem like inconveniences when they interrupt our schedules, or get in the way of something we want to do. Isn’t that part of the reason we call them challenges? Everything changes when we learn to see life’s challenges in a whole new light. What if we could learn to see them as highly beneficial experiences, adventures in learning, or even as a blessing in disguise?🤔 - HERE are a few questions you can ask yourself when facing challenges: ✔️What can I learn from this? Too often we view a challenges to be annoying, when in fact it may hold a great opportunity to learn and grow! If we start by asking ourselves, “what can I learn from this experience?” it immediately puts a more positive spin on the situation. It allows us to discover something worth appreciating about our experience. It makes it possible to recognize true value that might have gone unnoticed, and to see opportunity and possibility instead of inconvenience and annoyance. ✔️How can this strengthen me? One major reason why a challenge might intimidate us is because we don’t feel capable of handling it. We may have a limited perception of our own abilities, so we automatically believe that the challenge is bigger than we are. If we learn to see each challenge as an opportunity to become stronger and more capable, everything changes. ✔️How can I use this to my advantage? More often than not, we tend to view a challenge as a disadvantage, but is that necessarily true? When something gets in our way, what do we do? Don’t we start searching for a different strategy to accomplish our goal? The challenge may prove to be a blessing if it helps us discover a better way to do something. Thanks to the challenge, we may be able to replace a flawed strategy with one that works much better. 👉Your attitude and perception are something that you create. They are not dictated by your circumstances. You always have a choice! 😉 - challenges success trouble millionairementor
Life, Memes, and True: WE DON'T GROW WHENTHINGS ARE
 EASY WE GROW WHEN WE FACE
 CHALLENGES.
Have you ever noticed how often the challenges we face also contains a blessing in disguise? If not, perhaps you haven’t been looking closely enough! Granted, life’s challenges usually seem like inconveniences when they interrupt our schedules, or get in the way of something we want to do. Isn’t that part of the reason we call them challenges? Everything changes when we learn to see life’s challenges in a whole new light. What if we could learn to see them as highly beneficial experiences, adventures in learning, or even as a blessing in disguise?🤔 - HERE are a few questions you can ask yourself when facing challenges: ✔️What can I learn from this? Too often we view a challenges to be annoying, when in fact it may hold a great opportunity to learn and grow! If we start by asking ourselves, “what can I learn from this experience?” it immediately puts a more positive spin on the situation. It allows us to discover something worth appreciating about our experience. It makes it possible to recognize true value that might have gone unnoticed, and to see opportunity and possibility instead of inconvenience and annoyance. ✔️How can this strengthen me? One major reason why a challenge might intimidate us is because we don’t feel capable of handling it. We may have a limited perception of our own abilities, so we automatically believe that the challenge is bigger than we are. If we learn to see each challenge as an opportunity to become stronger and more capable, everything changes. ✔️How can I use this to my advantage? More often than not, we tend to view a challenge as a disadvantage, but is that necessarily true? When something gets in our way, what do we do? Don’t we start searching for a different strategy to accomplish our goal? The challenge may prove to be a blessing if it helps us discover a better way to do something. Thanks to the challenge, we may be able to replace a flawed strategy with one that works much better. 👉Your attitude and perception are something that you create. They are not dictated by your circumstances. You always have a choice! 😉 - challenges success trouble millionairementor

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Facebook, Life, and Pressure: DON'T PUT TOO MUCH PRESSURE ON YOURSELF TO ACCOMPLISH ALL YOUR DREAMS BY A CERTAIN AGE YOU HAVE YOUR ENTIRE LIFE TO ACCOMPLISH THINGS. ACCOMPLISHMENTS ARE VALUABLE AT ANY AGE ROY <p><a href="http://positivedoodles.tumblr.com/post/171555517779/facebook-twitter-ko-fi-buy-the-book" class="tumblr_blog">positivedoodles</a>:</p> <blockquote><p> <a href="http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.facebook.com%2FEMMnotemma%2F&amp;t=NTExMmRkMGVmYTZhYWY2ZDU1YjY2MzQ4MmE1ODYwMmIzNDZiZDhkNix3cWRzUVdUNw%3D%3D&amp;b=t%3Achbm9qRVCpgBdACLg5P9XQ&amp;p=http%3A%2F%2Fpositivedoodles.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F169203263893%2Ffacebook-twitter-ko-fi-image-description&amp;m=1"><b>Facebook</b></a> / <a href="http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=https%3A%2F%2Ftwitter.com%2Femmnotemma&amp;t=NTk4OWYxODQzMTU0MTY2YTcwYTUzY2ZkMTc2YmU2ZjM0ZTUyN2YwNCx3cWRzUVdUNw%3D%3D&amp;b=t%3Achbm9qRVCpgBdACLg5P9XQ&amp;p=http%3A%2F%2Fpositivedoodles.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F169203263893%2Ffacebook-twitter-ko-fi-image-description&amp;m=1"><b>Twitter</b></a> / <a href="http://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=https%3A%2F%2Fko-fi.com%2Femmnotemma&amp;t=M2YzMTZkNTcwMzQ1MzcwNzE1MTFiZDc3ODMyN2ZhOWZkNTc5NjkzYyx3cWRzUVdUNw%3D%3D&amp;b=t%3Achbm9qRVCpgBdACLg5P9XQ&amp;p=http%3A%2F%2Fpositivedoodles.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F169203263893%2Ffacebook-twitter-ko-fi-image-description&amp;m=1"><b>Ko-fi</b></a> / <b><a href="https://t.umblr.com/redirect?z=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.lulu.com%2Fshop%2Femm-roy%2Fits-okay-you-got-this%2Fpaperback%2Fproduct-23512830.html&amp;t=MGVlMWI1NTRiM2I4ZTFkOTE4MzNhYmJmOWE2NDJiNjBjNWQ0NTI2NyxPUTllR2psTg%3D%3D&amp;b=t%3Achbm9qRVCpgBdACLg5P9XQ&amp;p=http%3A%2F%2Fpositivedoodles.tumblr.com%2Fpost%2F170777522413%2Ffacebook-twitter-ko-fi-buy-the-book-drawing&amp;m=1">Buy the book</a></b> <br/></p><p>[Drawing of a yellow bee in front of a pink speech bubble that says “Don’t put too much pressure on yourself to accomplish all your dreams by a certain age. You have your entire life to accomplish things. Accomplishments are valuable at any age.”]</p></blockquote>
Facebook, Life, and Pressure: DON'T PUT TOO MUCH
 PRESSURE ON YOURSELF TO
 ACCOMPLISH ALL YOUR
 DREAMS BY A CERTAIN AGE
 YOU HAVE YOUR ENTIRE
 LIFE TO ACCOMPLISH
 THINGS. ACCOMPLISHMENTS
 ARE VALUABLE AT ANY AGE
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