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Don’t we all wish that we had something that we could do to make us feel wonderful and balanced. Below are some of the things that I enjoy doing by myself or with family.
1st – Listen to soothing music.
2nd- Go walking for a few blocks.
3rd- Go to the nearby library and browse through books or newspapers.
4th- Spend time with you kids going to movies, book stores, or the mall.
5th- Call a family member up to chat a while.
6th- Try to eat more fruits and vegetables each day.
7th – Do volunteer work for a organization.
8th – Take me time for yourself.
9th – Don’t stress to much over bills.
10th – Work smarter not harder on your job or at home.
You can check out more healthier tips at Twittermoms.
THE NEW APPLE IPAD January 30, 2010Posted by Different Earnings Blog in Uncategorized.
Tags: apple, computer, ebooks, phone
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Apple is ready to launch its new Apple iPad tablet computer. In a recent report ABC News announced that Apple is ready to release the new iPad at a cost of$499. This versatile computer will be available to the public in 2 months. The computer is ½ inch thick and weighs 1.5 pounds. It comes with 16, 32, or 64 gigabytes of flash memory and has a Wi-Fi/Bluetooth connectivity built-in the computer. In addition to this the battery lasts 10 hours and can sit on standby for a month without needing a charge.
Ceo Steve Jobs stated that the device would be useful for reading books, playing video games or watching video. He also described it as “so much more intimate than a laptop and so much more capable than a smart phone.” What could be better than that! A device which you can call on or browse the internet.
This computer is very advanced and is believed to be in direct competition with Amazon Kindle and ebook store. The computer is lighter, cheaper, and has an up-to-date touch screen. It is a truly remarkable device.
We are who we want to be! January 15, 2010Posted by Different Earnings Blog in Uncategorized.
Tags: psychology, thought
We are who we want to be. This is a comment I recently heard from a Psychology professor. Do any of you believe that we are the people that we unconsciously want to be?
The professor suggested that one’s behaviors and actions showed society who they were. Also, the professor believed that everyone was conditioned from birth to be this person. Thus, the individual could be reconditioned over a period of time. This is really deep for those who would love to be someone else and live a different life. But can a person truly be reconditioned completely as an adult? Maybe or maybe not! I guess an example of this could be the well-known Pattie Hearst case (this was classic and twisted reconditioning).
Please state any opinions that you have on this thought.