Stop Getting Your News From Facebook – Build Your Own News Platform @chrisbrogan #motownmom #preach!!!
I posted this here because as parents were all been the victim of bad advice or bad information. We need to start teaching our kids and our selves how to research the truth and teach others as well.
“I’m getting sick of all the negative news on Facebook.” Has a friend said this to you? Have you heard more and more of this? Are YOU tired of feeling like the information scrolling down your Facebook feed isn’t what you care about? You can build a simple alternative.
What If You Controlled Your Own Attention
After salivating … I mean reading, I must check out this deliciousness!
Today, I present to you, the sinfully delicious: Lemon Butta Pie by Lush Yummies Pie Company. I wanted a slice of pie to snack on during rehearsals for Vagina Monologues, but they were sold out. I ended up with a whole $20 pie, for later (I don’t spare any expense when it comes to my taste-buds.). Dangerous! Would you know, I almost didn’t get to indulge in the pie at all. I forgot it at the rehearsal venue and one of my caste mates took it home for me. I had to drive through the snow two days latter to be reunited with my Lemon Butta Pie!
I must admit, at first glance I was a bit puzzled by the appearance. The crust did not look like the traditional pie crust, but more like a cracker…
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Pleasant Heights Economic Development Corporation Neighborhood Town Hall Meeting #motownmom #detroit
by Vivian Teague
Please join us for a meeting on Thursday, January 26, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. in the Eloes Coffee House Conference Chambers. This meeting will be to discuss improvement options for Dexter Linwood and Livernois.
Funds are budgeted this year to begin the reconstruction of Dexter Linwood and Livernois. Before project plans are developed, our staff want to get your input about the project and answer your questions. You will also have an opportunity to fill out a comment card on the project. Your project design comments will then be forwarded to the Pleasant Heights Economic Development Board of Director for consideration at a future meeting.
All Four One
Detroit, MI 48226
Authors and bloggers both hate promotion, but at the same time they need it to gain visibility. Unless you are fortunate enough to have thousands of people reading your words daily and that are willing to spread the word like wildfire about your new release, you have to do much of that promoting yourself.
I am a blogger. I have done some book promotions, but really all I have done is present books by writers to those that frequent my blog. That is all I have done and it is the same thing I’ll do when I publish my own book. There is a fine line between promotion and spamming people. I’ll explain how I view that line.
People that get annoyed or upset by promotion are the same people that will get annoyed and upset over my posting habits. They are the same bloggers and writers that feel everyone…
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Your salary is a Drug, It’s like Cocaine! Having a salary is the biggest addiction to them who earns regularly. Sometime it might be harmful more than drugs. Even I’m addicted to my income, and I think I shouldn’t be. After years I’m having a regular income, I found myself addicted to my salary. Probably you too. now I need to find the way “How not to get addicted to your salary.”
Having a Salary is like having a Drug Addiction.
Watch “First Lady Michelle Obama: “Hope Is Necessary” | Oprah Special | Oprah Winfrey Network” #MotownMom
The result of last week’s long-awaited presidential election has each of us reflecting on our collective futures. As national and local leaders, we are considering how to both protect and build on the progress we have made to expand opportunity for our communities over the past eight years, and enlist all corners of our community to…
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