MORE HAPPY

We could all be happier if we made better decisions. Well, what if we followed the proverb below? “Don’t speak to a fool, for he will despise the insight of your words.” Proverbs 23:9 CSB Easier said than done, right? This one is hard sometimes. Especially when you believe so deeply about the subject matterContinue reading “MORE HAPPY”

WE WILL BE BACK

At ReallyLeah, we believe in rest, Sabbaths, and self care. So we are taking a little break before the holidays. But we will return on October 19, 2022 to process orders, and respond to any comments. Until then, live well and be blessed, Leah

WHAT’S IN A NAME?

Quite a Lot. Win Your Customers Over by Developing This Skill  Shakespeare made us believe that a name is no big deal, it was a social construct without personal validity. Juliet said, “What’s in a name? That which we call Rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Perhaps, ideally, but not in reality.Continue reading “WHAT’S IN A NAME?”

WHAT’S IN A NAME?

Quite a lot. Win Your Customers Over by Developing This Skill  Shakespeare made us believe that a name is no big deal, it was a social construct without personal validity. Juliet said, “What’s in a name? That which we call Rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” Perhaps, ideally, but not in reality.Continue reading “WHAT’S IN A NAME?”

SHORT AND SWEET #17: T.S. ELIOT, CATS, PEOPLE

“For you know only a heap of broken images.” T.S. ELIOT Born in St. Louis, Missouri, on this day in 1888. Thomas Stearns Eliot died at age 76 in London, England. He came from a prominent family. His grandfather founded Washington University in St. Louis. The reason I add this fact is that I wasContinue reading “SHORT AND SWEET #17: T.S. ELIOT, CATS, PEOPLE”

CELEBRATE the little VICTORIES

Tough times are minor obstacles for tough people. One way to flip the script on trauma is to celebrate the little victories as you work toward success. For example, Of course, these are worst-case scenarios (for a reason). If we think of the worst thing that could happen in a failed situation, then we canContinue reading “CELEBRATE the little VICTORIES”

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