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How To Quickly Start A Blog

Posted by on Aug 17, 2017 in Lifestyle, Problem Solving | Comments Off on How To Quickly Start A Blog

How To Quickly Start A Blog

 Think about your theme and how you want your website to look.  I use and find it easy.  If you don’t want to use Word Press.

Check out:

  • Blogger – Definitely the next best thing to WordPress.
  • Tumblr – Half social network, half blog. Interesting, and simple to use.

Come up with a domain name.  Your domain name needs to represent the focus of your website; I used Blue Host for my domain name and hosting of my website.

Your blog should represent your personality, so the theme of your blog should be something that you are attracted to. If you don’t like football, then forget football.

There are lots of websites for newbie bloggers:

Enjoy your new blog!

15 Ways To Discover Your Passion

Posted by on Jun 4, 2017 in Lifestyle, Problem Solving | Comments Off on 15 Ways To Discover Your Passion

As my life passes on, my passions are stronger and more defined.  If it wasn’t for the failures in my life I would have never found my passions.

Learning what your talents and gifts are and then putting them together with your passion and finding what you love to do will have profound effects on your life.

I grew up on a farm and ranch in northern Montana with a father that was a great teacher and politician.  He taught me to work hard, have a work ethic and have the ability to start and lead a conversation. My mom was an incredible cook, caregiver and hired hand, with the ability to do all things.

By the time I was 6 years old I was driving farm equipment. I had a farmers drivers license at the age of 12 and my a checking account.

In college I knew management was my major and then marketing had an appeal. Although learning was always fun, studying and passing an exam was challenging.

Today, I’m fortunate to say that I have found my passion; empowering others, solving problems and building startup companies.

I continue to watch people struggle in their professions, looking for something else and not knowing where to look.

Here are some steps that can assist you in discovering your passions

1) What are your talents and gifts

What are you good at or what comes natural.  What do you enjoy doing?  What do you do in your free time?  What makes you feel like a kid?

What have others complimented you on? Ask your family and friends what you are good at, what they see as your talents and gifts.

2) What things irritate or cause frustration

Are there people or personalities that annoy you? Who in your life makes you angry and why?  My father told me sitting around was a waste of time, keep busy and productive.  I have since learned that quiet, reflective time is important and being busy doesn’t always lead to productivity.

3) What can you do late into the night

Can you read late into the night?  Are you working on that jigsaw puzzle until it is done? Do you dance until the last person is gone?

4) When can you do quickly, that comes natural

What are able to do with little or no thought, it comes almost natural.  You could this in your sleep.

5)  What are you curious about

Find your motivations and those things that keep you awake at night trying to figure out. Ask yourself what you would do with $1,000,000,000.

6)  What are your peak moments  

What moments and events in your life seem to define who you are?  No matter whether the event was pleasant or not, make a list and see if the moments have similarities.

7) Inventory your day

Take an inventory of your day for 30 days.  What do you like, what do you not like.  Is there a pattern.

8) Who do you spend your time with

Are those people you spend time with encouraging or frustrating?  Who you like to spend time with and why?

9) What puts a smile on your face

What lights up your face?  What makes you smile?  What television programs make you the happiest? What makes you peaceful?

10) What would you do for free

Think about something that you would just love to do, no matter the pay or even without pay. What would get you out of bed at 5AM.

11) What do you talk about

Ask friends and family what you talk about the most.  What do you post about most on social media?

12) Slow down

Take a camping trip, get away, hike into the woods, stay in a hotel away from home. Do something different;  yoga, walk, or sit quietly reading.

13) What do you do for fun

In your spare time what you like to do?  Where do you go and what do you do on vacations?  What makes you smile? What makes you laugh?

14) What are your unique characteristics

How do you differentiate from others. What do you do different from your friends.  Make a list; coffee, how do you cook a certain recipe, gardening, designing your home. Has anyone made comments on what a great idea or way something is done?

15) Find a mentor

Find someone who you respect, that is able to listen and wants to see you find your passions.  Hire a coach, read a book or do research on the internet.


Answer these questions and then start.  It does no good to have an inclination and stay put – go forward and try something new and creative. Here are some ideas.



Blog about your passions. Write on any topic you can imagine.

Teach / tutor / mentor

Start with volunteering for a few hours a week. Teach at Sunday school, volunteer in the school or mentor a child in your neighborhood.

Be of service

Remove snow for your neighbor, help with a painting project, mow your neighbors lawn, walk your friends dog and the list goes on.


Use our smart phone

Make videos. What app do you spend most of time with on your phone? Create an ad for a company that you like or shop at.

Produce and sell

If you like gardening, making cards, handmade soaps, jewelry, homemade foods, etc.  Produce a small amount and sell them at a farmers market or to your neighbors and friends.  What comments do you get about these products?

Take a class

Find an online class, a class at a community college or private company that interests you.  Get on line and look at the classes that are offered at a college and find a subject that sparks questions or interest.


Find a day and a couple of hours a week to volunteer; maybe at school, the library, museum, hospital or nursing home. What knowledge or connections do you have that can assist others?


Find a solution

Do you see an issue at work, home or in your community?  Have you ever commented on how something should be done differently?  Make a plan and present it to a committee.


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12 Tips on How to Pack Light For Your Next Vacation

Posted by on Jun 1, 2017 in Lifestyle, Problem Solving | Comments Off on 12 Tips on How to Pack Light For Your Next Vacation

Go Light – When It Comes To Packing

Saying you are taking one suitcase and taking one suitcase is another thing all together.  So I tried this on a recent 12 day trip to New York City.

1 Know what clothing and especially shoes are worn in the area you are traveling to.  In New York City many people, especially women wear tennis shoes and flats, because of the walking and running to catch the subway.

2 Wear clothing more than one day and layer your clothing

3 Forget all the fancy shoes and take what is needed to be comfortable.

4 Toiletries – this is where I struggle.  So get some little containers.  Forget packing shampoo, rinse, and blow dryer for hair as most places will provide these in your lodging. Body wash and sun block can be purchased once you arrive at your destination, usually inexpensively.

5 Find coats that are warm, yet not bulky.  I take my puffy coat, it is like a sleeping bag and folds up very small, yet is warm.

6 Choose clothing that doesn’t wrinkle, thin fabric and can be worn with several things.  Take tops that can be worn with a skirt as well as shorts and pants.  Take colors that won’t show stains.

7 Pack for 7 days, no matter how long your traveling, pack just for 7 days when it comes to clothing.  Use shampoo to wash clothing and hang in the shower to dry. Most lodging provides an iron, if wrinkling is an issue.

8 Roll clothing and pack vertically.  You can roll pants and a shirt together, skirt and a shirt, shorts and a shirt. Solid colors go together, better than patterns.  Pick a main color and have your clothing all go together with that main color.

9 If you are asking yourself, “what if” – then don’t pack it.  What if it rains, What if it snows, What if we go clubbing, What if………..

10 Put things together – put socks in shoes. Put undergarments in pockets.

11 Forget all the jewelry.  Bring 1-2 pairs of earrings, and a necklace that can be worn with many different colors of clothing.  Leave the bracelets at home.

12 Wear the bulky clothing and shoes on the plane. Boots and jeans take up space, so wear them to your destination.

Now go and enjoy!!!

7 Steps to Create the Perfect Tan in Minutes

Posted by on May 18, 2017 in Lifestyle, Problem Solving, Skin Care | Comments Off on 7 Steps to Create the Perfect Tan in Minutes

It’s spring time in the Rockies.  And the white winter skin wants to come out in the sun.

An even full body tan with amazing skin is not a dream, it can be reality.  A golden -brown tan can help you look slimmer. No self tanner can replace the serotonin and Vitamin D that mother nature provides.  Starting out the season with some color is desirable.

Get your bathing suit out and let’s get tan.   Here are 7 steps to keep in mind when tanning for the spring and summer seasons

1 SPF Sun Protection

Use protection anytime you are outside or even work inside with windows that allow sun to come in.  SPF protection should be applied every two hours to any skin that is not covered.

2 Exfoliate

Exfoliate your skin before applying self tanning.  Get the dead skin off  to help make your suntan even and natural looking.

3 Hydration

After exfoliating apply a fragrance-oil free lotion or hydration product to your skin, especially the ankles, feet, knees and elbows.  These areas are dryer than other parts of your skin and can cause uneven tanning.

4 Self Tanning

Apply the self tanner, evenly and making certain it is fully rubbed in over all parts of the skin that are desired to be tanned.  Allow the tanner to dry fully before putting on clothing.

5 Scrub Your Hands

Exfoliate your hands after applying the self tanner, especially between fingers and over knuckles.

6 Go Outdoors

Apply SPF outdoors as usual with self tanners. Moisturize the skin and hydrate with water throughout the day.  Protect your eyes with sunglasses and wearing a hat helps with sun on the face.

7 Shower and Moisturize

Shower after being outside and having applied SPF, getting the oils and dirt off your skin.  Moisture your skin with a moisturizer after a shower.


How To Get Rid Of Dark Spots on Your Face

Posted by on May 4, 2017 in Lifestyle, Problem Solving, Skin Care | Comments Off on How To Get Rid Of Dark Spots on Your Face

Want to get rid of those dark spots?!?

Try Rodan and Fields REVERSE regimen! Clean the slate and see a brighter future for your skin. Exposure to the sun and the environment can leave you with less-than-youthful skin. Erase the appearance of premature aging including brown spots dullness and discoloration with REVERSE. REVERSE Regimen exfoliates visibly brightens reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles and defends against sun exposure for a long-term solution for a radiant complexion.

Exposure to the sun and environment can accelerate early signs of aging, including dullness, discoloration and uneven skin tone. Clean the slate and see a brighter future for your skin with the REVERSE Brightening Regimen.

Based on our Multi-Med® Therapy, REVERSE Brightening Regimen is a complete skincare system that combines cosmetic and OTC ingredients to visibly brighten and even discolored skin. The highly effective formulas contain Vitamin C and Retinol to provide a long-term solution for a more radiant, even complexion.  Use the deep exfoliating wash twice daily. REVERSE the brightening of your skin with toner. Apply Broad Spectrum SPF 50+ Sunscreen ever 2-3 hours when exposed to the sun.


Posted by on Apr 27, 2017 in Lifestyle, Problem Solving, Skin Care | Comments Off on ⭐️⭐️CREATE RESIDUAL INCOME!⭐️

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Play, Work and Wear

Posted by on Apr 16, 2017 in Lifestyle, Problem Solving | Comments Off on Play, Work and Wear

Have you ever thought of playing whenever – like a Monday afternoon?

Work wherever – coffee in hand and cell phone – nothing more is needed for work.

Wear whatever – a summer hat or bikini, leggings.

Entrepreneurs can play whenever and playing the middle of the week is freeing.  No more living for weekends – Saturday and Sunday.

“Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed by the things that you didn’t do than by the ones you did do, so throw off the bowlines, sail away from safe harbor, catch the trade winds in your sails. Explore, Dream, Discover.” – Mark Twain

Online competition is fierce, companies and brands have become creative with how they reach customers, retail and normal is gone forever.  No more are marketing dollars spent on traditional advertising methods, brands are reaching out to consumers in unique ways – be a part of the new economy.

What is your favorite, power outfit?  Are you more creative in one piece of clothing than another?  Who knew clothing, accessories and being a woman could be so fun.

Now go!!!!

Prescription For Change

Posted by on Mar 12, 2017 in Lifestyle, Problem Solving | Comments Off on Prescription For Change

The Prescription for Change® (PFC) Foundation is dedicated to serving youth with life-changing programs in their communities. We celebrate women and girls internationally.

It’s never too late to help women in need, so let’s keep the momentum going.

My business is about helping people create opportunities to change lives. The Prescription For Change™ (PFC) Foundation is at the very core of this mission.

The PFC Foundation supports students in need on their journey to becoming a prescription for change in their communities by fostering belief in themselves.

Believe in More.

Empower Change.

Are you dead yet?

Posted by on Feb 16, 2017 in Lifestyle, Problem Solving | Comments Off on Are you dead yet?

Are you living the life you thought you would be living or you living life just day by day?


 Do you know what you want in life?


Are you focused on results or how you respond?



Now let’s make a change

1- when were you most happy


2-when was the last time someone complimented you


3- when you were young you wanted to be a ……..


4- what was your favorite subject in school



Become your authentic self.  Discover your unique gifts, talents, skills, interests and strengths.


Write your own mission statement.

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Hair Loss and now WHAT??

Posted by on Feb 2, 2017 in Lifestyle, Problem Solving | Comments Off on Hair Loss and now WHAT??

There are a lot of reasons for hair loss; medical conditions to stress and lifestyle.  Other factors are what you eat, genes, blood loss, emotional and physical challenges, thyroid and hormones.

The good part is there is something that can be doneOne way to treat hair loss is to change what you shampoo and conditioner.

Let It Grow System” promotes maximum growth potential. Does watching your slow-growing hair have you down and out? Could you use an easy breezy two-step process that will quickly have you rejoicing over the sudden abundance of free-flowing locks? With a simple tip of the shampoo bottle, you too could be whistling a joyous tune as you simply sit back and just let it all grow.