As we now know the government shutdown has last for about a month as of now. (currently going back up temporarily) A lot of people was affected by this as some of them were living paycheck to paycheck. I, myself now how it feels to be on that end as I am on a fixed income. I subscribe to a Youtube channel that deals with keeping your credit on track and in some cases, bringing it back from a downward spiral due to unplanned circumstances. I’ve been through this myself and was able to get it back were it needed to be through careful planning and lifestyle choices I made. The video below is dedicated to those specifically affected by the shutdown and may be of some help. So, please take a look to see if anything the guy talks about can help you in any way.
TSA workers are usually among the least-liked government employees. But these days many travelers passing through airports are taking a moment to express their gratitude to the furloughed workers putting in their hours without pay as the partial government shutdown continues. In my research as a scholar of communication, as I outline in my book, “The Art of Gratitude.” I…
via How To Show Gratitude To TSA Workers — Black America Web
I know I’ve been posting several messages like this lately. I post motivational messages when I feel they be beneficial to others.
It’s not to tell me to remove everyone from there lives because god places people there for a reason.
Hope everyone is having a good morning. I know i started off to a lousy morning, but i’m feeling better. It feels good to run into people that have your best interest in mind, so keep those people close to you. I know things are crazy right now in the country and world and it can be hard to focus with all the distractions. Just remember who’s in charge and it will be ok.
This time of the year is especially rough than it is any other time of the year. Even though depression and suicide can effect people year around, the symptoms are evident even more during the holiday season.
Please watch this video by Trent Shelton as he talks about ending your life.
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With all the things that are going on in the world today and our personal issues that we are dealing with, it seems as things are getting harder to deal with. I, myself is going through it as I type this. I want to tell you that life is NOT over! Even though is seems that way because of our current situations, it’s not the final chapter. To offer encouragement, I wanted to share this video from Trent Shelton, a motivational speaker that I’ve watching for a while now.
This is a video from Price Ea, a motivational YouTube personality. I will admit, it kind of startled me when i saw the title, but he’s using this extreme title as a way to motivate. Take a look!
Every year around this time, I get in a depressive mood. The reason behind it is that the holidays bring stress along with it every year. Most people have family get together on the holidays which can be stressful within it self because of the different personalities of the family members that you can’t get along with and things that come out their mouths when they either consume alcohol or just want to be a trouble maker.
When I was younger, I looked forward to the holidays coming, especially Christmas, because that’s when we get new toys that we don’t get during the rest of the year, unless its your birthday or some other special occasion. Now that I outgrew the Santa Claus period, which makes Christmas a whole different experience.
As a follower of Christ, I look at the holidays, especially Christmas in a whole new way. I try to think about what he’s done for me instead of pondering on the world’s way of celebrating which brings along unneeded stress. When I go about it this way, it helps take the load off of the holiday drama and stress. I learned that its not all about gift giving, instead its the celebration of the birth of Jesus Christ. So if you find yourself in the dumps during the holidays, please keep this in consideration and possibly work towards a relationship with Jesus to turn your focus on him instead of the drama.