KEEP THE MAIN THINGS THE MAIN THING

The Final Review of the e-book, my first step away from symptomatic insanity, and a greatness ahead. On Saturday, January 21, the last day of the “21-Day” e-book review and 2023 challenge, I attended a gathering with my oh-so-sassy sorority sisters. The event has been on my schedule since September 2022, and I had longContinue reading “KEEP THE MAIN THINGS THE MAIN THING”

BOOK REVIEW OF DAY 5 AND 6 FOR 2023

Days Five and Six seem to be error free, but I will make a plan to review these two chapters again when I am feeling better. For the last couple of days, I have been weak, bed bound, and my head has been throbbing like drums in a marching band. Still, I managed to preserve,Continue reading “BOOK REVIEW OF DAY 5 AND 6 FOR 2023”

BOOK REVIEW OF DAY 3 AND 4 FOR 2023

As I mentioned on Monday, I am planning to revise the 21 Days to Your Best Life e-book. I wrote it at the end of 2020 because the process worked so well for me (someone who had been struggling with illnesses and near-death encounters) I wanted to share it with others. It was not aContinue reading “BOOK REVIEW OF DAY 3 AND 4 FOR 2023”

MICHELLE’S STORY

The Light We Carry Starting to read Michelle Obama’s “The Light We Carry, “ a gift inside the November Ivy Box, and I’m instantly drawn in by her description of her father’s walking cane, which she refers to as a tool. I didn’t know he had MS. How could I? Yet her references to theContinue reading “MICHELLE’S STORY”

HAPPY NEW YOU AND ME!

A REVIEW OF “21-DAYS” IN 2023 Can I be a better me in 2023? For your sake, I hope so. Seriously, I am not being narcissistic. I am far from being the end-all and be-all in any group. My statement is founded on the fact that we all need to be better humans for eachContinue reading “HAPPY NEW YOU AND ME!”

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

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”

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