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Your World According To Who?

As this year has blossoms, ask yourself, what have you done to make yourself better then the year before. By now¬† month has gone by very quickly, what have you done that you are most proud of? Have you attempted at any of the ‘New Years Resolutions’ yet? Have you began to dissect how you’re going to tackle the remainder of the days left in the year. Most importantly, why or why not?

I think this is the year we all stop living for others and live for yourself. Create something or be someone that you can be proud of. Don’t fall short of peer pressure or compare your life to the snapshots on social media of people ‘living it up’. Do you!

Be bold!

Be a boss!




Don’t give up!

It’s your life, live it according to you!


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If you have been following my blog from the start you may notice that I am still finding my way around the world of blogging, (I’m taking suggestions). I have a lot to say and when it’s all scattered in my brain, I just have to finally let it out. As I pick back up this year from where I left off, I hope to continue to expand my imagination, bringing this blog to life as it is my passion and my most beloved hobby.

I am going to focus primarily on health, eldercare, and lifestyle topics. Even though sometimes I may insert some personal stories, I hope you still find my contents inspiring, motivating, and easy to comprehend.


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What Do You Want In Life?

Throughout the years I’ve met some awesome people, particularly through my job. One of my patients today asked me, “what do you want in life?”

I was speechless for a few seconds. I certainly was not expecting such a question in the middle of one of the busiest days I’ve had this week.

After a few seconds on pondering the question, I answered with a question. “In what way do you want me to answer that?”

We both laughed.

Then I replied will full honesty.


I got home, relaxed and it came to me. . . I want happiness. . . But at which point will I say that I’ve reached optimum happiness. Now that I’ve had time to reflect on the question, that was definitely just half of the answer. Happiness can include several different factors throughout the different stages of life that contribute to our happiness as beings. We will have moments of ups and downs but always looking to be happy.

What will make me feel complete? Is how I should have thought about the question. I have two days to think of this new question and when I get back to work, I will share my new answer with my patient .

Have you ever been asked such questions? What would make you complete? When does someone really reach Happiness? What are the terms in which live life now? What plans do you have for your future?