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I have seen quite a few superhero films in the past couple of months and, as a result, I have decided that I would like to have superpowers.
This is not because I want to save the world from intergalactic villains or evil cyborgs – acting as the protector of humanity would probably be a little too much for me to handle, considering I can barely cope with the responsibility of keeping a house plant alive.
No, I want to be a superhero because I reckon that having superpowers would make my everyday life much more convenient – so here is a quick guide to how I would use certain powers in real life:
If I have any trait that sets me apart from the rest of humanity, it is my epic laziness.
Therefore, I would find the ability to move objects with my mind very useful –…
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I have taken a short break to concentrate on my blogs powerfulwomenreaders.wordpress.com and literacy lessons.wordpress.com, even thinking of closing this one down. HOWEVER, this is the perfect place to reblog the fine and funny things I find on other blogs I follow, so I am taking up the pen (whoops! the keyboard) once again, and getting “back to it.” Thanks for your patience if you are still following.
Keep on taking care of yourself (for if you don’t do it, no one else will!) and KEEP ON READING!
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We come across so many quotes daily. Some of them seem relatable as if they are just meant for us while there are others which motivate us to do better. My favorite one is:
“When you want to succeed as bad as you want to breathe, then you’ll be successful.”
~ Eric Thomas
It encompasses a simple truth that success will come to you once you give your all to achieve it. When the success shall become your priority, your way of living, your life – only then it will truly be yours. To achieve something, you need be prepared to sacrifice. Success shall be as important as anything important for sustaining because then you would make meticulous and careful steps. Then you’ll work extensively until you exhaust badly because something called success awaits you!
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The internet is one of the most significant inventions of the past 100 years and was probably designed with the intention of providing us with instant access to information and the ability to communicate with people across the world.
However, sometimes it seems like the internet was created for the sole purpose of distracting me.
The internet has the power to completely and utterly eradicate any semblance of focus that I have previously established.
For me, the site that poses the biggest threat to concentration is YouTube.
The majority of the videos on YouTube are short and it is therefore easy to click on a video under the impression that you are taking a brief break from being productive.
However, each individual video is linked within a seemingly infinite network other videos.
By clicking on a video, you are heading directly into a trap.
Whenever I go on YouTube, I…
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