Month: August 2019

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Reblog: The Journey Begins….


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Reblog: first seen on https://brittsblogposts.wordpress.com/2019/08/24/the-journey-begins/
I remember when I first started my blog my first post was something like if you’re going to try why not start with yourself. Back when the website was called keyshaun blog.com. Man the first time you start something it can be nerve racking. But once you start you see that it’s not so bad and what was I nervous about in the first place. But what’s more nerve racking is not starting and being in a constant state of wonderment of what could have been if I began. Where would I be now if I started and continued. So yeah go visit her blog show her some love. Welcome her to the WordPress family.
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Encouragement for your Day🧡✍️

Hello Everyone and Thanks for joining me!

I am stepping way out of my comfort zone because I am definitely not a writer nor a public speaker but I am looking forward to sharing my personal experiences and sharing encouragement with you all to help you get through your day. As most know that in times like we live today there are so many different distractions and times that we just feel like there is no HOPE ❤ and so I want to spread a little bit of encouragement for us all.

Please follow and subscribe to my personal blogs at —> brittsblogposts.wordpress.com.

Much Love to all….

Don’t be afraid to give up the good to go for the great. — John Rockefeller

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Reblog: You’ve Managed to Get Past Overdrafting — Now What?


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https://www.thepennyhoarder.com/save-money/get-past-overdrafting/

Found this article and it’s speaks alot of truth. Being a tee year old I see a lot if young people around my age and younger when they get a increase in pay or just have a job where they can clock inna lot of money the first thing that they think about is buying things that depreciation in value. Like cars, X-box, PlayStation, jewelry, etc. They can’t wait to hand the money back over instead of saving it and investing in things that appreciate in value and will still exist long after they are gone from this earth. Like buildings, properties. My generation of young people have to know the importance of investing in things that is worth value. Using our younger years to establish financial freedom. In day and time we are so invested in getting rich. Rather that being a athletes or a musician of some sort. That we are not paying attention that there is no one way to attain wealth. You have to be smart with your money and seek out opportunities to grow the money. As a young person we love fast money but don’t understand the ins and outs of how to double or even triple our profits. So we just quickly hand it back over to the economy and constant keep making others richer than ourselves. Our mindset needs to change. We need to start looking into buying and selling goods. Like from stores such as Amazon, Etsy, eBay and much more. We can buy something that like let’s say a pair of Jordans at $250 then try to resale it for double that. I mean if we’re silly enough to buy a pair of shoes that is retailed at $250 that only value is to cover our feet and walk on the nasty ground through mud, spit, pee and dog mess. Then there is someone out there just as silly enough to buy this for $500 or even $450 if the item is something that is valuable enough to the consumer.

My point is start investing your money into things that will appreciate over time not depreciation over time.

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Deep conversations with people are priceless


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Found this pin on Pinterest. I agree deep conversations is good for the mind and feeds the soul. Man have you ever had a conversation that was so good with a person that you didn’t want it to end? The conversation was so good that you didn’t want any interruptions or distractions? Have you ever held a conversation with a person on that level that half way through the conversation you said or they said man where have you been all of my life. Finally someone who gets me and speaks my language?

I used to have these conversations all the time. Actually I still do between my wife and I. I remember all of them very well. These conversations are mental pictures that are stored in my mind. I love them conversations and I enjoy them. It feels so good to come across a individual that you can vibe with and connect on a higher mental level. The chemistry just be flowing and you can tell that it’s not forced. It’s just authentic. It just kind of sucks that once you are done having a conversation with that person you go out into the world and immediately run into someone who can’t really hold a conversation like that on a higher level. You begin to feel like man this is weird and I don’t really want to talk to them. Boy this conversation is not giving to me but it’s fueling them just by me standing here nodding my in agreement like if I care about what they saying.

But hey deep conversations are memorable. They are priceless. They give to you, pushes you to think like never before, matures you almost instantly, it ignites a flame within, challenges you, etc.

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Watch “How Kmart Went From Beating Walmart And Target To Bankruptcy” on YouTube


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Yeah what ever happened to Kmart? That used to be the store to shop in. Kmart was more popular than Target when I was a kid. Living here in Chicago every Kmart just about has closed and gone out of business. I think that the only Kmart surviving for now is the one that in the Norridge Area of Chicago on Harlem & Forest preserve. Even Sears was better than Bestbuy. They had electronics and refrigerators, washers and dryers, etc. Kmart was the same way. Grocery store, toys, grills, radio systems for houses and cars, washers and dryers, refrigerators, clothes, jewelry, food court, lay-a-way, etc. Remember that if you could afford an item you could pay some money down on it now and pay the rest later. They had lay-a-way. But all good things must come to an end. Maybe Kmart couldn’t keep up with its competitors because most of these stores had online shopping. But if I remember correctly I think Kmart at one point had online shopping as well. Because you could do wedding and bridal shower registry.

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Watch “Will Best Buy Survive Amazon?” on YouTube


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Amazon is the Walmart of one line stores. They have everything that actual physical stores have. It’s also like why do I get out of bed to go to a physical store when i can roll over in bed and grab the laptop or go to my desktop and type http://www.amazon.com and begin to shop for what I want. Sign up for Amazon prime and get 1 day shipping.

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Reblog: The Wheelbarrow of Trust


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Be patient for everything and anxious for nothing.

From The Darkness Into The Light

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“I will trust and not be afraid.” Isaiah 12:2

Most of us struggle to “be anxious for nothing,” but we can learn to rely on God if we know the difference between faith and trust.

Let’s imagine you’re near the beautiful but dangerous Niagara Falls. A circus performer has strung a rope across the falls with the intention of pushing a wheelbarrow from one side to the other. Just before stepping on the rope, he asks you, “Do you think I can accomplish this feat?”

His reputation has preceded him, so you reply that you believe he can walk the tightrope. In other words, you have faith that he will succeed. Then he says, “If you really believe I can do it, how about getting in the wheelbarrow and crossing with me?” Accepting his invitation would be an example of remarkable trust.

It isn’t difficult for some people to believe…

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