Every time I see wonderful architecture like this, it reminds me how many places I would love to see in my future travels. What really makes me passionate about traveling to alternative destinations is the reality that it usually costs the same amount of money as a tried and true trip to the islands. Now don’t get me wrong, I love the aqua- emerald waters and warm sun on my skin too, but some people have only been to The Bahamas.
This is just one picture that should spark some curiosity in you…
No matter what, get out there and #travel already!
Some of these marvels of engineering curl, tilt and even breathe fire. Explore the world’s strangest bridges.
Pictured: The Lucky Knot Bridge in Changsha, #China is 606 feet long and 78 feet high and was inspired by the Mobius ring and the traditional Chinese knotting.
I winds up and down and connects two parks with stunning views of the river, the adjacent Meixi lake, the surrounding mountain range and the city of Changsha. Source:The Weather Channel
First, Let me say Happy New Year! 2017 is going to be amazing for you I am sure. If you know me at all, you know that I am an optimist 95% of the time and I love to share everything I think will help enrich someone’s life.
So when I went searching over the Holiday break, I found some pretty cool apps to help me keep my resolutions and I think they will stick. Let’s Get To It!
I needed to drink more water darnit! A Co-Worker had a similar app so I finally did it. I spent the extra in-app purchase because I can’t take ads and I really like the functionality of this one. It also reports your great water consumption behavior to the IOS Health App. Yay.
I love walking. I prefer it to running not only because the awesome David Buer recommends it, but I am pretty efficient at it. I’ve always been a super fast walker and it’s quite effective for weight loss for me. So when I saw this cute app where the monster hatches and grows with every step you take, I thought it was a great app to break the monotony. I also think it’s great for kids.
This Planner is AWESOME because it’s also like a life coach/ professional organizer. It not only gets into why you haven’t accomplished your goals yet, it makes you outline the immediate ways to START towards them and even sends alerts. It Gets Your Mind Right…then syncs with your calendar. Yaaas…
If you are in any business where you have to plan big events or even just a birthday party or wedding…this is a beautiful, easy to follow app. Very nice.
It’s been raining for days and I can’t get out and walk but at least I can get an extreme workout in with this boss app. This app requires no equipment- only you and your will. It will kick your butt but at least it’s only 7 minutes!
Last but not least is the 24ME Calendar/Planner/Assistant and OMG do I love this app. Whew. I feel like I just got a personal assistant and it has already paid for itself in 3 days.
Not only do I set goals, etc, it will sync with your calendars- which is not as common as you think. You can pay your bills from the calendar reminder and even send birthday gifts when you see someone’s birthday pop up. You can send flowers to a client or mom or anyone on your contact list.
Check them out and remember if you just do what you need to do for 30 days, THE YEAR IS YOURS!
Whether folks know it or not, Christmas is my favorite Holiday of the Year.
I believe feeling good is a choice and most decide to not only feel good but treat each other with the live Jesus’ birth intended to invoke.
My dad loved to decorate and so I also think Aesthetically, this is why I tend to get Griswaldy.
Im not done but check out my theme I happened to match both inside and out.
For dinner tonight, #Ramona DeBreaux is putting some Asian flare on a traditional shrimp dish! You’re going to LOVE this recipe! Go to www.wayfieldfoods.com to find your nearest store and check out what’s on sale…and remember…eat better and spend less at Wayfield Foods!
1/3 cup honey
1/4 cup soy sauce
1 tablespoon minced garlic (or more if you can’t get enough garlic!)
1 tablespoon powdered ginger
1 pound medium shrimp, peeled and deveined
2 teaspoons olive oil
chopped green onion
1 bag steamed broccoli
Boil in a bag rice
Whisk together honey, ginger, garlic and soy sauce
Season shrimp with salt and pepper
Pour soy marinade over shrimp in a plastic bag and marinade for 15 minutes
Cook broccoli and rice according to packaging instructions
Heat skillet to medium high and add oil
Add shrimp and marinade and cook til pink
Thinly slice green onion for garnish
Plate and eat!
Grab these ingredients from your friends at Wayfield Foods!
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