We are what people may call a “social” family. We make friends of strangers easily. And when it comes to long cruises – we make lots of friends. So, it will come to no surprise that we met some very interesting people with extraordinary stories aboard our ship. And, they were our amazing Princess Cruise ship staff.
Despite the tragedy and profound sense of losses, we can still hope and seek a silver lining this holiday season by giving from the heart to heal hearts.
I have compiled a list of organizations or companies that want to help the greater good by doing good. Please consider their efforts when you are gifting others’ during the holidays or just “any day”.
You have heard about “blogging” and maybe even attempted to start your own without any guidance. Yet if your experience is like many I know, before you knew it frustration settled in and you gave up! No need to give up entirely – let me help by offering you a step by step “short- course” on surviving the writing of your first blog posts!
Recently, I have become a bit agitated by events going on around me. Our political arena seems to be topsy-turvy. Some people in my sphere are not making the best of choices and seem to be posting their very strong opinions and photos carelessly and without regard to whether or not they are experts in a field or being sensitive to the feelings of others. Some things are just not making sense.
Yes, I am breaking blogging rules for this post…
Today a question by a blogger was posed on WORDPRESS – “What was your favorite post that you wrote in 2015?” That is a tricky question. The posts I enjoyed writing or felt had the most “impact” were within the “social good or philanthropy”. But, interestingly the post that had the most direct readership (from Wordpress directly vs. a “third party”) was a fashion blog – a topic I rarely discuss.
Do you read blogs to be inspired? Perhaps to find some humor in life? Or maybe to add to your personal learning?
Which blogs do I read faithfully? Loads! I could write a list that would take FOREVER to read.. but for now I will limit to some of my “must reads” for fun! Let the list begin! …
Love to read BLOGS – May I recommend hopping over to TRIBERR!
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Earlier this week I posted a pictorial blog of our recent trip to the monuments in Washington DC. Most of the memorials we visited were tributes to those who have served in combat. After posting this blog I recalled that I had caught a group of World War II veterans on an honor flight to…
If you had asked me four months ago to describe Steampunk I would have answered with a blank stare. I had NO idea that this was an art form let alone one that is quite unique, intriguing and most of all taking the design world by storm!
In essence, Steampunk is the melding of vintage objects with a contemporary flair. In order to learn more about Steampunk I enlisted the help of Beverly Holman who lives and works in Hermosa Beach, CA. Despite being a senior citizen she is no way near retiring, as she has jumped in with both feet and wizardry hands to create the most funky of designs! Imagine placing an eyeball and a license plate on to an old camera. Strange grouping you may think? Well look below and see how this odd matching of objects becomes a work of art!