Women in Asia are still a traditional lot with strong family and cultural ties. Many marriages are still arranged by families who may also decide other aspects of their lives. However, inspite of this, there are many who have broken off from the traditional way of finding a man by seeking out newer methods.
A great way to do this is to pay attention to the fans who post on your Facebook Page. Click on their avatar to go to their page or Discover my topics and then post a comment.
Twitter has a chat room called Nurph so you can chat with more than 140 characters unlike tweeting and you get a room! All you have to do is tweet a link and bring your friends together for a real-time chat without taking over your followers’ timelines with lengthy conversations.
The OTC Comedy Troupe will present the Improvelution Games on February 23 at 8pm. A new show every time, OTC Comedy takes audience suggestions and uses them to create a whole new show on the spot. Winner of the 2012 ArtWorks Gwinnett Community Impact Award for a Performing Arts Group, this hilarious comedy troupe is not to be missed! OTC Comedy will play at Lionheart Theatre in Norcross February 23 at 8pm. Tickets are $10 and may be purchased by calling 678-938-8518 or visiting the Lionheart website.
Let’s go over some basic food for survival items you’d like to include in your kit. First, for short-term you want dry stocked foods that are replenish-able with water. This might include my favorite, which are freeze-dried foods that taste great. A bit on the expensive side, freeze-dried food is quite convenient, aside from the fact you need large amounts of water to reconstitute the foods. Hence, you’d do well to store large amounts of water and methods to create potable water. This can be as simple as including a couple more water treatment tablets in your kit (enough for 2-3 weeks). Damian Campbell’s teaches you special methods to create potable water, as well as more detailed guidelines about what to pack for non-food, yet essential items in your emergency kit.
Fear is a gift that was given to us at birth as a means of protection and to provide us with safety from harm. This innate fear often becomes distorted, and as adults, we begin to react with anxiety, sabotage, and self-defeating behaviors. Ask yourself this question: “What is my main fear? Is it fear of rejection, commitment, loss, change, or of growing up?” Once you have identified this fear, speak it out loud to one person and write it down on paper. Once you expose your fear, it is very possible to break through its control over your life.
As an example, this article that I’m writing right now was on my schedule for today. It’s not something that I improvised. Everything in my business is planned for the best results at the end of the month.