The old year has come to a close. Tomorrow we welcome a brand new year filled with opportunities and possibilities. Let us welcome it with a sense of gratefulness that we are still here. Many did not make it through.
Let us embrace 2019 with a positive attitude and a positive mindset. We must step away for all the negativity and strive to make this a happy and productive year. To my Blogging community I wish for you and your families a bright and prosperous 2019.
It’s okay to be different. It is okay to be that girl, or woman who wants to create her own path and make her own rules. It is okay to have a voice. It is okay to reach for the stars and to climb on mountains. It is okay to not want to settle for mediocrity. It is okay to cut ties with those who stifle your growth and add nothing of value to your life. It’s ok for you to be you!
Life will not always go as planned and dreams don’t always come true. However it is important to have a positive mindset and believe all things are possible in spite of the obstacles and setbacks. We might not always have it all but we can try to make the most of what we have.
The year 2018 is almost over. It has been a most interesting year in every aspect. Some saw successes, some experienced hard times. However the most important thing is that we made it out alive, many didn’t so we must be grateful.
I did not accomplish as much writing as I would have liked to. Books didn’t get published as planned but it is okay. I can still make those dreams come true in 2019. With a bit of persistence, dedication and hard work it will happen.
My fellow bloggers I wish for you and your families a Very Merry Christmas and an exciting, prosperous and productive 2019. Christmas Cheers!
Every year we are urged to get a flu shot. They try to convince us that it is an effective measure against the flu. They have created a sense of urgency around these yearly vaccines and a false sense that it is absolutely necessary. In some sector it is mandatory that workers receive a yearly flu shot without any real evidence to to support the fact that it works.
The truth is many people have developed the flu after receiving a flu shot. I know of people who have gotten sick with the flu right after receiving a flu shot. I too have experienced this. They want to make it seem that it is nothing but a coincidence. If it is I need someone to explain to me why is it that I only get flu symptoms after getting a flu shot. My most recent flu shot was last Friday by Sunday I was having sneezing, itchy throat and runny nose which I am still dealing with. Is this a coincidence?
The flu shot has no guarantee of preventing or lessen the chances one getting the flu and in many cases it is contributing to make people get ill and the CDC knows this. It raises the question. Who really benefit from these Flu vaccine, the people who take it or the people who manufacture it. Your thoughts….