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All Blog Posts Tagged 'Inspiration' (16)

The song "Quiet" by MILCK

In what I feel was a very special moment at the historic "Women's March" after the Presidential Inauguration 2017, a group of women led by the song writer MILCK, started singing this beautiful song. Putting aside political differences, the song is hauntingly lovely & powerfully fierce.

Click here to hear the song & see the music video.

Added by Maria E on January 23, 2017 at 12:36pm — No Comments

Rise Up: A Music Spotlight

I can't listen to this song without feeling strong emotions--sometimes I have to choke back tears when I'm listening to it. Yeah, I'm a big sap. But I own it. LOL! I love songs that inspire & this song has that quality, in whatever way the listener wants to interpret it. Andra Day's voice is haunting & so pure. Please listen & enjoy this song. I hope it moves you in some way too.…

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Added by Maria E on December 20, 2016 at 2:48pm — No Comments

Music Spotlight: Scars to Your Beautiful

There's so much tearing down out there. Women, men, older people, children--non of us are immune to hurtful and angry words. I'm craving something positive! So, naturally I turn to music to give me some solace. Here's a song that tells you to be proud of who you are. You are beautiful--just the way you are. Focus on being a good person. That's beauty--that's the light that shines within.…

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Added by Maria E on October 11, 2016 at 3:23pm — No Comments

The World Really Does Need Love

Music inspires. When the stars of Broadway united to record "What the World Needs Now is Love" I felt so proud of them. That's what it means to use your gifts for good. It's a beautiful song--simple & strong. This terrible cycle of violence must end...Love. Must. Prevail.

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Added by Maria E on June 27, 2016 at 2:42pm — No Comments

MARCH EDIT

March First has always represented the beginning of Spring for me. It reminds me of afternoons outside, Spring cleaning, Baseball season, and a fresh start.

Spring is going to get my butt in gear. I plan to get the…

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Added by EMILY ROLFING-GUMMOW on March 1, 2016 at 2:54pm — No Comments

Think Before You Act!

Got up on a Tuesday morning to take my 18 month old daughter to an orthopedic appointment. She was born with clubfoot and has to wear special shoes at night and we had to get fitted for a new pair. Her daddy, my husband, was also along for the trip. well on the way home,…

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Added by Kayla Palmer on July 30, 2015 at 3:20pm — No Comments

Letting Go of the Past and Getting on with Your Beautiful Life

No o1222274863huqpvl1 ne is perfect and we all have faced some sort of challenge or hardship in our life, so the first thing to keep in mind is the fact that you are not alone. But our ability to carry on regardless of what we have been through in life merely has to do with how strong we want to be as a person and how strong we want our relationship with God to be. If you are not sure that you believe in God, there…

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Added by Chynna Schneider on July 30, 2015 at 11:57am — No Comments

My Most Proud Moments- 30 Day Blog Challenge

Read more about my 30 Day Challenge here... https://hellbillymama.wordpress.com/

The Guilt is killing me!!

Isn’t it weird that I have this much anxiety and guilt over skipping my Blog Challenge Post yesterday? We are just getting home from being Up North for a long weekend and I didn’t have the energy or inspiration to write yesterday. I spent the whole day feeling like crap over it. Stupid, I know!…

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Added by Andrea Fritz on February 19, 2015 at 9:52am — No Comments

Take a Look at Your Bucket List Before Starting Your Holiday Shopping List



The busy holiday season is already upon us where lists are critical for moms to make it through with some sense of sanity left: gift lists, grocery lists, Christmas card lists... you name it, there's a list for it! But in this chaotic month, perhaps before you start making list after list, you should start with the most important list of all: your life's bucket…

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Added by Lyn Mettler on November 25, 2013 at 9:30pm — No Comments

My Mind Games

For anyone who has tried to lose weight, I am sure you can relate to the internal mind games.

Read all about mine here 

http://thediaryofadietingdiva.blogspot.com.au/2012/09/my-mind-games.html

Monnie :)

Added by Monnie on September 13, 2012 at 11:41pm — No Comments

Another Yuky Day - But a Great day to blog

I have to say, I can't get enough of Mom Bloggers Club. This is one of the best sites / communites I have ever joined. I wanted so badly to get more involved in the blogging community as well as get my business out there. I was not sure how to go about doing it, till I decide that maybe there has to be some sort of community were it's all about moms and blogging. Sure enough after my google obession ( yes I…

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Added by Kirsten L Cisco on April 5, 2011 at 9:04am — No Comments

Shiketa's New Blog: Shiketa Morgan Online!

I have a New Blog! This blog is where I have combined all of my blogs, by events, articles, business information and you will find blog post topics ranging from: Business, Inspiration, Travel, Books, Child Care News and Health/Beauty. My Goal is to inspire you to live an Inspired, Fabulous Life!…

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Added by Shiketa Morgan on December 12, 2010 at 2:48pm — No Comments

There Aren't Enough Words

While I have dedicated the this month to sharing some of the simple and random things in my life that I am thankful for in my Thanksblogging post, I also wanted to take a moment to share some of things that I am deeply thankful for...those things for which there are not enough words to express my…
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Added by 1ne Proud Mama on November 22, 2010 at 4:38pm — No Comments

Lasts

Have you ever noticed that parents tend to focus a lot on "firsts"?



We celebrate the first time our baby lifts his head.

The first time she rolls over.

The first word, first tooth, first step.



Then as they grow older, it's…



His first boy-girl party.

Her first dance.

First date, first zit (devastating!), first time behind the wheel of a car.



The other day, I was cleaning out my planner pockets and… Continue

Added by Holly Bowne on May 18, 2010 at 8:20am — No Comments

Transitions

I've started going through pictures of my daughter from infancy up till now. Eighteen years worth. I’m doing this in preparation for the graduation party video I was going to create (now she is), and for the surprise scrapbook I'm making for her to take to college with her. (No longer a surprise because I accidentally mentioned it and now she keeps removing any pictures where she thinks she looks the least bit funny. Like this one: …



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Added by Holly Bowne on April 22, 2010 at 11:40am — No Comments

Banning the Dictionary

I read a story a few weeks back about a school district in California pulling all copies of Merriam-Webster's Collegiate Dictionary from its libraries because a parent complained the dictionary was being used to look up "age inappropriate" words by students. When I read this story I literally laughed out loud.



Banning the dictionary? Really?



Let me start by saying, I'm all for keeping things age appropriate. When our kids were younger, we were some of those weird parents…
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Added by Holly Bowne on March 17, 2010 at 6:13am — No Comments

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