There are days when we all wonder how we have spent our time. We begin to blame ourselves for wasting the entire day, considering the unnecessary details when we ought to focus on the most important things. At the end of the day, we feel we haven't done anything at all. Most of the time, the cause would be because we have procrastinated to do the major things, and only focus on the less stressful and less important things. For me, it got so bad I would spend the entire day reading emails, drinking coffee, chatting on social media, texting random contacts, and before you know it, it's evening already, and I'd be like 'what the heck have I done today?' I'd then encourage myself to do it first thing tomorrow morning only to repeat the same pattern through the next day. If you can relate to this, then make sure you read this book from cover to cover, from start to finish and again and again. Because in here in lies the exact blueprint you need to overcome that lifestyle forever. If any page strikes you, you are free to circle, markup or highlight it, so you can come back to it at a later stage. This book is your guide and counselor, you may use it to create your own hands-on guide. Or if you get into this state of "I should do but how do I do it," so anytime you get stuck, you can always come back to this book for practical tips and inspiration for your next step. These tips are easy to implement, and the best part is, I am willing to show you everything.
Murder, lies and little green men are just the beginning of a very bad day for Kat Parker. Get a gift added on at the end of this book. Download for free with Kindle Unlimited. By day, Kat works as a waitress at the town's only travel center - truck stop, by night she moonlights as an armature sleuth and paranormal investigator. Life is strange and often unpredictable, but she hasn't seen anything yet. The once peaceful town of Dreamland Junction has been in chaos for weeks, and things are about to get a lot worse. A handsome stranger walks into the ET Landing Cafe and orders a cup of coffee. Not so unusual, except that she's been seeing the stranger's face in her dreams for weeks, and they are those kinds of dreams that no one ever talks about; the kind that sends you into a cold shower in the wee hours of the morning. To top that off, her best friend is convinced aliens are abducting him while he sleeps, not to mention a young mother is discovered dead off the side of the highway, and her five-year-old son is missing."
In 1761 Phillis Wheatley was a little girl of seven or eight years old when she was captured in Gambia and brought to America as a slave. But she didn't let her circumstances keep her down. She learned to read and write in English and Latin and showed a natural gift for poetry. By the time she was twelve, her elegy at the death of the great pastor George Whitefield brought her world-wide acclaim. Phillis became known to heads of state, including George Washington himself, speaking out for American independence and the end of slavery. She became the first African American to publish a book, and her writings would eventually win her freedom. But more importantly, her poetry still proclaims Christ almost 250 years later.
Girls approaching puberty have lots of questions: How can they get rid of zits? Why do they sometimes feel cranky and scared? Are they "normal"? With a relaxed conversational style, this comprehensive and compassionate guide will help answer those questions and many more--even those that are too scary or embarrassing to ask.
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