5 Effortless Yet ‘Metamorphic’ Life Hacks

Make your life easier with these simple but effective hacks! Spoon can opener, anti-slip slippers, airtight zipper bag hack, and more!

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Have you ever wondered if your life would ever see a radical transformation from the usual to extraordinary? Or at least to something better than it currently is? Well, here are 5 life hacks that everyone should know if they want their ordinary life to transform into an extraordinary one.

1. In our lives we have had millions of experiences, both positive and negative. One almost inevitable one has to be having fallen at home as the floor was too slippery because our trusty slippers decided they did not want to give you a good grip. A hot glue gun that can be purchased at a stationery near you can save your bones from being damaged or even broken. All you need to do is to put zig-zag lines on the back of your slippers and wait for it to dry. A simple lifesaver.


2. Often, eating potato chips is…

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Sorry for the Hiatus!

Hey guys! Sorry for keeping y’all waiting. I was supposed to post on Sunday, Monday & Friday but got caught up in a post.

Good news though – new article coming out today! 😀 It’s on an interesting topic – Eminem as an inspirational figure. I think you’ll find it intriguing and motivating. So do stay tuned.

Love y’all,


Have Fun When You Can

Allow yourself to live in the moment sometimes and enjoy it while you can. Can be refreshing and make you happy. 🙂


You don’t stop having fun when you get old.
You get old when you stop having fun.- Anonymous

When is the last time that you did something that you really enjoyed…something that made you lose track of the time?

I believe that doing something fun is one of the easiest way to show some love for your self. Be it as simple as reading your favorite book or arduous like learning a new skill that you like.

Here are some of the things that I do for fun other than blogging. Yep! This is all me… I’m the one holding the guitar (camera shy), that’s my coloring book in the middle, and my favorite headphone! 🙂

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Here’s one of the songs that I really enjoy listening to. Enjoy! 🙂

(Video taken from YouTube)

Have fun when you can. Your soul will thank you for it!

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Single on Valentine’s Day?

If you’re single and down because of Valentine’s, don’t be. There are many things you should cherish and many things to love. Here’s an article by Righting Now talking about the many beauties you miss and should be grateful for

Righting Now

What can I say?  I’m single and it’s Valentine’s Day.  I bought myself breakfast this morning and last night I gorged on candy that I bought for myself while I drank a glass of wine by myself.  Before you start feeling sorry for me, though, let me just say that I’m not feeling sorry for myself today. I refuse to. I have too much to be thankful for!  Yes, I realize that if you go through my posts you will find me lamenting my losses and wallowing in self pity sometimes, and we all do that occasionally, but not today!  Today is about love, and I have had too much love in my life to feel sorry for myself today.  So, I decided that this morning I would make a list of things I’m thankful for, things and people that make me want to celebrate on this holiday. They are…

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The One Thing That Will Make You a Better Writer (via Angelalimaq)

I believe when it comes to good writing, there is little more important than clarity. It’s still a learning process for me everyday. But working in a newsroom with some of the most experienced, sharp minds in journalism has taught me some very valuable lessons. Most of which can be distilled into one simple idea […]

Read the full article here: Musings: What Makes a Good Writer? — angelalimaq


The psychological experience of a rape survivor and her story of recovery & transformation.

Righting Now

Last year when my daughter told me that her college friend had been raped, I grieved for a young woman I did not know.  When I received a message today that Mary Beth Griggs had written an article about her experience, I will admit that I did not want to read about it.  It seemed too sad, too tragic, but I felt that if she had the courage to write it, I had an obligation to read it.  Mary Beth deserves to have her voice heard, as do so many others who do not have the strength to speak out.  Hers is a story not only of violation and tragedy, but also of triumph, survival, and hope. I am honored that she has allowed me to reprint her story here. The following words are hers:

a year ago today.


cw: sexual assault



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