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What‘ s Your Most Cherished Family Heirloom?

 

That depends on who answers the question.  It may  also  depend upon

 

the types of items being discussed  Family items may  not be desired



by all members, depending upon memories associated with them.  Recently, I

 

found myself in a position to ponder and evaluate such questions as  

 

I am the final Living child of both my father and my mother.



I have spent a lifetime collecting antiques with my husband. Last year

 

  There were far too many items to move them all.  However a decision

 

was made and an antique sale was prepared.  

 

 We kept things that were valuable, both sentimental and monetary.  

 

We then moved all my mother’s belongings into the garage,

 

once again we kept most of the furniture items.  These were planned to

 

be used at least as long as she lives.

 

We have lived in this house for over a year with a full garage,

 

So my  antique collection  has been reduced in order to allow Mother to

 

have some familiar items.  It is my own issue with procrastination.

 

The final idea came from reading “Real Simple” magazine.  As

 

I read and reflected on the article, it grew in my mind

 

I read some of the heart-wrenching feelings about family antiques.  We

should create a roundup- post about your own family heirlooms that you treasure.  

The challenge is to choose one. and describe your feelings

please email your post to me personally.

  ssary, but a great way to share on Instagram.

 Be sure to download your idea page  

[ I can’t fight the teacher in me, so

Include pictures ,I’ll check and correct spelling and grammer[

I am happy with this little plan and I hope there are many readers who

 might share.  I will place pictures on Instagram.  Let’s

 

set a due date of December 16,

Be sure to download the page to help you.

Find me on Pinterest under Think Creatively Southern.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 






Are You Ready To Start A Blog?

November 26th, 2017 | Posted by Creativelysouthern in Design Resources - (Comments Off on Are You Ready To Start A Blog?)

  Are you thinking of stating a blog?  I need to suggest several companies who are having excellent Black Sales this weekend.  Hurry because these sales end Monday.  

WP Beginner is going to contain a whole lot of success for you/

 

Siteground is the premier hosting company.  I have encountered quick, polite, responsive, solutions to every problem

If you're willing to commit to a full 12 months, then you should use the coupon: CYBERWP35 because it will get you 35% off the whole payment + 2 months free.

 

Once you get your site and hosting in place,  it's time to invest in some courses, to learn where to begin.  Krystal Kleidon has courses geared toward the beginner                 

Next, you need a professional photoger.  These picture give a professional appearence, to blog posts.  Elle Droubin has a valuable special this weekend.

Current members can upgrade to lifetime membership by logging into their account, choosing the "Change Plan" option under the subscriptions tab, and selecting the Lifetime Upgrade option - your lifetime membership will be pro-rated based on your current membership plan! If you have any issues, just shoot us an email -

This offer expires tonight, November 25th at 11:59pm ET so head over to our site + grab your lifetime membership now!  Have questions? If you don't see the answer on THIS PAGE, just hit reply and let us know!  PS: We have a different promo coming at ya for Cyber Monday but this lifetime deal won't stick around. The LIFETIME membership offer is truly the best value and may never be offered again! 

Finally, when you're just beginning, PLR bee be a lifesaver..  In case you are not familiar with PLR, it's content that is ready to use in the whole package.  list Magnets has a supply of topics Many are on sale throughout the weekend.

 

ou'll be able to add a custom header to your videos which include:

  1. An image or logo

  2. Your brand colors

  3. And a call-to-action message

We wrote a quick blog post to show you exactly how you ca

 

You'll be able to add a custom header to your videos which include:

  1. An image or logo

  2. Your brand colors

  3. And a call-to-action message

We wrote a quick blog post to show you exactly how you can do it too.

PPS: Don't need stock photos? Here's a round up of other Black Friday sales you should totally check out!oou about Kelly's "Train Then Teach" package. What Kelly's done is absolutely brilliant because it solves the problem of buying PLR and feeling like you simply don't have the expert to teach the topic. Ugh.

The topic of Kelly's package is Create a Perfect Business for You and it walks you through the following modules, so you can teach too:#1: Self Discovery: What Will You Bring To Your Business?
#2: Target Market: Who Will You Serve With Your Business?
#3: Designing Your Brand: How Will Others View & Be Attracted To Your Business?
#4: Platform Solutions: What Tools Will Y

.and she's also including:

  • A teaching guide for each module

  • Student worksheets

  • Recordings

  • Transcripts

You can use her recordings to put your product together or use the transcript to teach your own workshop. 

BRILLIANT! 

But she's giving you extra care and attention, so take advantage. She's also offering a bonus Q&A sessions and a private Facebook community, so you can get the support you need to run your own high ticket training program. 

AND - she'll even talk to you on the phone for one-on-one guidance. If you register now, you get two x 30-minute private consulting sessions. That's worth more than the price of admission. Sweet! 

offers the unique perspective of helping your clients find the PERFECT business for them. Something that will bring them profit and joy. Those things aren't always easy to come by together, but Kelly's got this all figured out. 

There's a $200 discount on right now and I do believe space is limited, so get yourself right here and register

You're in the best hands possible here...don't miss this opportunity. 

To Your Great Success,

along very often...PLR rights to the presentations of some of the biggest online publishing rock stars. Make sure your customers know about it, so they can leverage the rock star status to bolster their own reputation and authority. 

I have a second email for you at the bottom of this email and I'll be back with a leader board update a bit later. I'm just running around this morning because my daughter has a choir performance at today's Remembrance Day ceremony at school. Really looking forward to it, but I'll be back at work this afternoon. 

Quick Launch Details:

On behalf of Ron and myself, thank you for joining us in getting this one out there. 

To Your Great Success,

trash. Please head to Get Paid $30 – $50 Per Hour To Pick Up Trash to read the full article. If you'd like to save this for later, please add it to Pinterest.

Here is his story and advice. Enjo

Here's another complete done-for-you product by Charles Harper that you can pick up and start selling right away...and it's on for a very special limited-time price.

It’s called “Get Productive with G-Tools” – and it shows your customers how to make the most of Google's productivity features and tools. 

Productivity is always a super hot niche and here are just a few things you can do with the product:

Use it as video content
– Provide it inside your paid membership
– Use it for offline clients, coaching, speaking
– Turn it into a physical product
– Use the product as a bonus
– Use is as an upsell for your product
– Edit, modify, add and manipulate the content
– Put your name as the author
+ much, much more!

Click here for the complete details and get yours

You're always in great hands with Charles' content, so do yourself a favor and pick this one up. 

To Your Great Success,

y!

The number one reason to work a side hustle is to make extra income on the side. Show me one person who wouldn’t like to boost their income! Besides the positive cash flow, by using your non-work hours more productively, here are some advantages of launching your own side hustle idea:

Creative outlet. You may be really successful within your career, but are you passionate about it? What do you do in your spare time as soon as you clock out at your job? Having a side hustle focused on your hobby can provide a positive outlet for your creative energy.

Freedom. When you are focused on your side hustle you are your own boss. Not only are you free from management but also in my case I am able to be physically free and not chained to a desk.

Income diversification. Losing a job can put the average person into a tailspin – especially if they don’t have a backup plan. In this unfortunate scenario your side hustle can be your backup plan for a while. Having multiple streams of income can also help in case of medical emergencies, if you decide to change jobs, or are faced with relocation.

Skill building. Entrepreneurs learn to wear many hats in their business. Without a dedicated HR, IT, Accounting, or Marketing Department you’ll come to realize that you must figure out how to do things you may have relied on others to manage in the past. Who knows- you may even be able to apply these new skills at your regular job.

Balance. Working a side hustle means you will be naturally more engaged and busy! Saying “No.” to obligatory invitations or extraneous requests will become second nature. We have to admit to ourselves that there’s a limit to how much we can do in a day, and when we do we allow ourselves to prioritize our life and focus on what’s most important- achieving a healthy balance.

Reaching financial goals. You may have your financial future mapped out through retirement. But wouldn’t you like to get there quicker? A side hustle helps you earn that extra cash to accelerate your financial progress.

There are an unlimited number of ways to make extra money on the side. My advice on selecting a side hustle idea is to take stock of what inspires you and makes you happy. Look for a light bulb moment. When my light bulb went off I pursued my side hustle idea and found financial freedom- and you can too!

Related content on making extra money:

Here's another complete done-for-you product by Charles Harper that you can pick up and start selling right away...and it's on for

Please head to Get Paid $30 – $50 Per a very special limited-time price.

It’s called “Get Productive with G-Tools” – and it shows your customers how to make the most of Google's productivity features and tools. 

Productivity is always a super hot niche and here are just a few things you can do with the product:

Use it as video content
– Provide it inside your paid membership
– Use it for offline clients, coaching, speaking
– Turn it into a physical product
– Use the product as a bonus
– Use is as an upsell for your product
– Edit, modify, add and manipulate the content
– Put your name as the author
+ much, much more!

Click here for the complete details and get yours

You're always in great hands with Charles' content, so do yourself a favor and pick this one up. 

To Your Great Success,

I hope you're having a fantastic day. We've all been super busy for the upcoming launch of PublishForProsperity.com and I'm soooo excited about it. But I forgot how much work a new site is...even when you've got an awesome team around you helping you out each step of the way. 

Anyway, I wanted to send you a few updates, so you're in the loop about all the cool things that are happening. 

#1: Did You See the Announcement? We're Getting FOCUSED for You and Your Customers!

We're changing focus slightly at ListMagnets.com and we're opening up a new site at PublishForProsperity.com to focus on content and training for personal development coaches, speakers and publishers. Lots of opportunity to make moolah here! 

If you want more details, here's the FB live where we talked about it (just request to join the group to see it, if you're not already a member)

I loved doing this session too and because of it, I got some great suggestions from our affiliates and a number of those have been implemented. That's why I have so many things to announce to you today. 2: Our First Product Launches Next Thursday, October 12 

I told you about our Daily Planners launch a short time ago and this one will go on PublishForProsperity.com. Following up on our super successful journal pack, we've got an awesome pack of planners coming your customers' way. The package will include a Productivity Planner, Goals Planner, Healthy Me Planner and Gratitude Planner...and a bunch of extras. I'll send the JV/promo page out to you soon. 

#3: No Need To Sign Up for the New Affiliate Program...We've Got You Covered

If you signed up for our ListMagnets.com affiliate program before last night (Tuesdsay, October 3), we've also imported you into the system at Publish For Prosperity.com. That means, we already have your PayPal address ready to send you commissions. And you'll be able to use the same affiliate ID. The domain link will be different, but you'll just have one ID between the two sites. 

You'll have the same log in as well and I'll update you when it's time to log in and grab links. We're still under construction, but we're getting there quickly!  

#4: Promo Calendar Now Available

Thanks to a great suggestion from David Perdew, I've got a promo calendar for you guys now. It runs until January so far so you can plan ahead...and there's one more thing I'll be adding to January soon. But it shows you everything you'll be able to promote so far. 

Click here to see the promo calendar

I've also put the link in the pinned post in our group and we'll be adding it to the affiliate center as well.  

#5: You CAN Track Your Links and Campaigns

I've also put the link in the pinned post in our group and we'll be adding it to the affiliate center as well.  

#5: You CAN Track Your Links and Campaigns

once you find your niche, time to dress it up with fonts and graphics. My personal favorite is Creative Market.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Thanksgiving is racing up the calendar. It will soon arrive. There are various celebrations planned throughout the country.

For many, these involve food and football. It began as a day of giving thanks between the Indians and Pilgrims. They prayed as their way of giving thanks for their survival through the previous year. All brought food to share peacefully.

Following this tradition, feasts occurred yearly.

In fact, we still carry on this tradition. We begin by preparing a celebratory feast for family or loved ones. Such feasts have ebbed and morphed until little remains of the original feasting tradition.

Today’s busy schedule leaves little time to celebrate this holiday as scheduled on the fourth Thursday in November. We usually gobble up full plates of food and relax.

Children study Thanksgiving in school. It is a topic that veers from the point of origin through modern celebrations. It has endured a number of changes that are less religious.

For those not scheduled to work on Friday, Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year. Stores are often crowded, noisy, with fierce competitors.

For many, these celebrations involve food and football. Some hard-core shoppers may head out to ensnare more bargains. Shoppers exhibit more engagement than any other weekend of the year. Merchants encourage this as it is close to year end closeouts.

Stores often offer extended hours to help capture all shoppers. Those shoppers usually end up with a trip home to feast on leftovers. Not to mention more football games. Shoppers exhibit more engagement than they do all year long.

Thanksgiving is a day of cooking,cleaning, company or relatives, sports, and clean=up

. I have put together a simple recipe book of family friendly, easy to prepare dishes to make your feast delicious without being stressed about locating recipes.
. I wish you all a peaceful Thanksgiving.

Crafting = Quality Family Time

September 19th, 2017 | Posted by Creativelysouthern in Design Resources - (Comments Off on Crafting = Quality Family Time)

Crafting = Quality Family Tiime

Some parents are skilled crafters. Others are doing well to cut paper

in a reasonably straight line. No matter which group you fall into,

crafting with your kids can be beneficial for all involved.

Few things bring families together like crafting. Here are some of

the good things that come out of crafting with your kids.

* Crafting builds creativity.

Developing minds need a creative outlet,

and crafting provides the opportunity for kids to use their

imaginations. It helps them learn to solve problems, and it could lay

the groundwork for a lifetime of interest in art. For parents, getting creative can help reduce stress

and promote using the brain in ways that we don't have a reason to use it every day.

 

* Crafting teaches kids to follow directions. This seems like a very basic skill, but we all know

adults who can't seem to follow directions. When kids craft, they learn the consequences of not

following directions when their projects do not turn out as expected. This instills in them the

importance of doing things the right way the first time.

 

* For young children, crafting is fabulous for learning basic skills. Almost any type of craft

promotes hand-eye coordination. Kids can also learn to use scissors, measure and do lots of other

things they will eventually do in everyday life.

 

* Parents and children have a chance to talk. In our busy lives, it seems that we know less about

our kids than previous generations of parents did. Passive activities such as watching TV do little

to encourage conversation. But when you're crafting together, talking comes naturally. You can

seize the opportunity to discuss such things as your child's interests, his concerns, and how he's doing in school.

* Crafting is a great way to wind down. It's wonderful for kids to be active, but there are times when

they need to calm down. If you find your child getting agitated or exhibiting an overabundance of

energy near bedtime, try bringing out the craft supplies. Crafting engages kids' minds, giving them

something to focus on and a good reason to sit still for a while.

* Creating things is a confidence booster. Parents who craft regularly know the feeling of

accomplishment when a project is complete. Multiply this feeling by ten, and you have a pretty

good idea of how your child feels when he makes something. For kids, crafting can help build

positive self-esteem.

* Working on a project together is a great way to teach your kids teamwork. This will help them

develop skills needed to resolve disputes peacefully and effectively. It will also help them discover

their strengths and teach them that doing their best will make the entire project turn out better.

* Crafting creates treasured family memories. The finished product will serve as a reminder of the fun you had making it together.

Crafting as a family provides opportunities for us to interact with our children. It is also a valuable

learning experience for them. Don't worry if you aren't the world's greatest crafter. Simply being

willing to try anyway, is a lesson to your kids in itself.

 

Scrapbooking for Beginners

Scrapbooking has been around for ages, but it has recently experienced a surge in popularity.

People from all walks of life have discovered the joys of creating albums to showcase their

treasured photos and keepsakes. But with all the elaborate scrapbooking techniques and myriad embellishments available, getting started is intimidating.

 

The truth is, anyone that can use scissors and glue can scrapbook. And you don't have to spend

ridiculous amounts of money to create attractive pages. With some basic supplies and a little

imagination, you can create lovely scrapbooks that will become a source of enjoyment for years to come.

 


What You Need

You can get started scrapbooking on a small budget. Here are the things you'll need.

* An album - Scrapbooking albums come in all shapes and sizes. The most popular are 8 1/2" x 11"

and 12" x 12". They are found at most craft supply stores if you don't have a scrapbooking supply

store nearby.

* Paper - Scrapbooking paper is found in a variety of solid colors and patterns. This will be the

basis for each page. You may also use scrapbooking paper for journaling and to create your own

photo mats and embellishments.

 

* Cutting tools - You can easily get by with just a good pair of scissors. But an Exacto knife might

make photo cropping easier. And if you're no good at cutting straight lines, you might want to

invest in a paper-cutter.

* Adhesives - There are all sorts of adhesives to be used for scrapbooking.  Glue sticks and double-

sided tape are quite popular. Most scrapbookers also use rubber cement or glue dots for certain

applications. But when you're getting started, just use what you're most comfortable with.

* Photos - Beginning scrapbookers often start out with old photos that they've accumulated over

the years. This makes for a nice, nostalgic album.  Of course, you can also take new pictures for

your scrapbook. A digital camera and photo printer are two modern conveniences that make

scrapbooking easier, but they are not necessities. Photos shot by a film camera work just as well.

When purchasing scrapbooking supplies, it's important to make sure they are acid-free. This will

keep them from harming your priceless photos.

Basic Techniques

You don't have to know a lot about scrapbooking techniques to create an attractive album. Just a

few simple techniques will suffice.

One of the first things many scrapbookers learn is how to mat photos. This can be accomplished

by simply cutting a square or rectangle that is about a half inch longer and wider than the photo

you want to mat. Then glue the photo to the center. To make a photo really stand out, double mat it by cutting out a shape a half inch longer and wider than the first mat, and center the matted photo on it.

Journaling gives scrapbook pages a nice personal touch. Simply write a note about the photos on

a page, telling what was happening or sharing your thoughts on the subject. Use paper that

coordinates with the background, and be sure to write with an acid-free pen.

There's no need to throw in the towel if you don't have the time, money or know-how to create

elaborate scrapbooks. Just start simple, and learn new techniques as you go.

Make Your Own Cards – Fun and Easy!

Instead of giving out a store-bought card for the next special occasion, try your hand at making

your own cards. Making your own cards don't require a lot of hard work, but rather a bit of creativity and the right materials.

To start creating your cards visit your local arts and crafts store to search for materials. Most arts

and crafts stores have big scrapbooking sections. This is where you will be able to find the

materials to make your own cards. Let your inspiration guide you as the possibilities are endless.

You can create various themed cards such as Christmas, birthday, Valentine’s Day cards and much more.

Rubber stamps are widely available and you can buy virtually any color ink to go with the stamps.

There are several stamping methods that you can use when making cards including embossing.

Embossing is the process of creating a raised image on the card and it can give the card an elegant appearance.

There are several die cuts and die cut machines available as well. Die cuts allow you to punch a

shape out with ease. They come in all different shapes and sizes and are very useful in achieving a

layered look. Die cuts that are punched out of different color papers to display a colorful card.

Scrapbook papers come in all different colors, textures, and themes.  The patterned paper is

available in many styles, as well as glitter paper and pre-scored card kits. Card kits come with the

note cards already made and ready to decorate. The kits come in different sizes and often different

colors to meet a variety of needs. During seasonal periods, such as Christmas, card kits come out

with note cards, envelopes and die cut shapes.

Stickers are available, both regular and 3D types which are available in various themes.  Disney

stickers are available, as well as licensed characters and many 3D designs. Adding stickers to your

cards can help to foster even more creativity when matching colors and themes. You can further

enhance your handmade cards by adding ribbon or brads. Ribbon comes in a plethora of colors,

shapes and textures. Brads are used to hold items such as die cuts on the card without the use of

an adhesive.

Simply put, making cards is a creative process that only you can foster. Cards are created with a

variety of items found in your local arts and crafts store. You can play around using different

methods to decorate the cards and have fun at the same time!

A Success Mindset

August 22nd, 2017 | Posted by Creativelysouthern in Blogging | Design Resources - (Comments Off on A Success Mindset)
Change your habits

All successful people have at least one thing in common: A success mindset.       
It doesn’t matter if they are a businessperson, an artist, a successful athlete, or an inventor. They all have the attitude and qualities to rise above their own personal troubles and to see things others can’t or don’t see.
Why is it that some people are more successful than their peers are? They may be average in looks and come from backgrounds with various struggles and little money. Yet they become very successful.

Your lot in life isn’t what determines what you can or cannot achieve. Having the right state of mind is a key factor to being successful in business and life in general. The way you think about succeeding can help you move ahead or keep you stagnant

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Many times our thoughts are what hold us back from succeeding at something. We second-guess ourselves. We have doubts. We have negative thoughts or opinions. We tell ourselves that we aren’t good enough, smart enough, talented enough, or whatever fits the situation. This is all self-sabotaging behavior, which can be changed.

There are many reasons why we do this. It could be fear of the unknown. It can come from the action being outside our comfort zone. It might be we were raised to think in a certain way. Whatever the cause, the mindset has a profound effect on how we succeed in life.
Anyone can develop a success mindset and harness the power it has to change your life. One of the first things you need to realize is that to be successful you have to be prepared for it in your mind.

What is the mindset and why does it profoundly affect how we see things?
In this report, we will look at what mindset is and how the wrong mindset can be sabotaging your success. The reasons behind this behavior will be discussed. Finally, we will give you tips for developing a success mindset.

What is Mindset?
Everyone has heard of the law of attraction and positive thinking. Mindset is these and more. Mindset is the way we perceive success. It is the negative, fear induced thoughts that hold you back versus positive, self-supporting thoughts that help you grow.

Your mindset has three basic parts - your IQ, the behavioral patterns you’ve learned, and your abilities or skills. Your mindset is your beliefs about yourself and your most basic qualities. It’s what you believe about your intelligence, your talent, your personality, and your abilities. It’s the belief of whether you believe these traits are fixed traits that can’t be changed or if they can be learned and improved upon throughout your life.

Succeed– intelligence, skills, talent,. They believe they are guaranteed success simply because of the characteristics and talents they already have. They seldom try new things, take chances, or look at things from a different perspective.

People with a fixed mindset often worry about their mindset traits and their suitability. They often feel that they have to prove things to themselves and others. Yet, they only do what they feel comfortable doing. They can achieve some success but more often than not, they reach a ceiling that keeps them from moving any further up the success chain.

Growth Mindset
People with a growth mindset believe anyone can achieve success with hard work and a believer’s attitude. They don’t believe in quitting. This allows them to strive while others run into roadblocks.
These people believe everyone is teachable. They are willing to learn what they need to in order to grow to the next level. People with a growth mindset believe they have some natural abilities in certain areas but it must be cultivated in order to take full advantage of it.

They know there is always room to improve on what they know and they’re not afraid to fail. They know trying and failing are important parts of learning and achieving. They are willing to put in the effort to succeed by taking action that moves them toward their goals.

There are two kinds of mindsets: fixed mindset and growth mindset.   Fixed Mindset
People who have a fixed mindset believe they were born with everything they need to
Your mindset is made up of your skills, your intelligence, and your behavioral patterns. Some believe they are fixed and cannot be changed or enhanced.

Others see them as the starting point to growth and change. Why do You Have Self-sabotaging Behavior?
Self-sabotage is when part of your personality acts in conflict with another part of your personality. If you want to succeed, why do you sabotage it with your behavior?

Bad habits, negative self-talk, and other self-defeating behaviors can come from many sources.
Self-sabotage is often associated with poor self-esteem, low self-worth, and no self-confidence. You can suffer from this type of behavior pattern because you can’t effectively control your emotions. You react to circumstances or people in ways that prevent you from reaching your goals.

Self-sabotage is used to cope with difficult situations or times when you feel like you are not capable or worthy.
Here are four causes of self-defeating behavior:

1. Anticipating failure. You may be accustomed to situations failing or not turning out as you hoped. Dysfunctional or negative people may be pulling you down. You could be afraid to try something different because you don’t want to risk failing.

2. Bad habits. Unhealthy behaviors or thoughts like excessive drinking, smoking, uncontrolled anger, or overeating can cause you to stick with what is familiar. You tell yourself you can’t change these habits so why try.

Internalized negative thoughts. If you grew up with a parent who always saw the negative side of everything, worried about what could go wrong, or how they looked to others, you may have taken on a similar attitude without even knowing it.

1. Listening to your critical inner voice. This voice is formed from experiences early in our life. You internalize the attitudes of others directed toward you. Because others may have seen you as lazy, you may have grown up feeling useless.

Your self-sabotaging inner voice might tell you not to try. For example, “Why bother? You’ll never succeed anyway.” Self-sabotage is often an unconscious thought or behavior that is in direct conflict with our desire to succeed.

Avoid Self-Sabotage now that you know why you are sabotaging your success, you need to learn how to avoid these thoughts and behaviors to achieve the success you desire. To do this you need to be aware of when you are in this state.

Change your habits

Develop A Success Mindset

Avoid Computer Scams

July 19th, 2017 | Posted by Creativelysouthern in Design Resources - (Comments Off on Avoid Computer Scams)

Find Your Tribe Online

May 2nd, 2017 | Posted by Creativelysouthern in Design Resources - (Comments Off on Find Your Tribe Online)

Find Your Tribe Online Build up your email list.

This is the course that
clients are using to triple their traffic using both Facebook and Pinterest. Their results truly are amazing and inspiring! The cool thing about this course is that it doesn't take hours and hours to work on or months and months to see results. If you spend 30 minutes a day working on the ideas, you will see an increase in your traffic and your engagement overnight. The results people are getting from this course are pretty incredible!

MODULE #1: Know Your Niche:  Discover your people, your readers!

  • How to narrow down your niche to help your blog grow faster.
  • How to get to know your niche better so you can help them!
  • Why it's critical to the success of your blog to narrow down your niche.
  • How to create the perfect elevator pitch so your readers know that you are here to help them!
  • The number one key to making all of this work for your blog!

MODULE #1: Know Your Niche:  Discover your people, your readers!

  • How to narrow down your niche to help your blog grow faster.
  • How to get to know your niche better so you can help them!
  • Why it's critical to the success of your blog to narrow down your niche.
  • How to create the perfect elevator pitch so your readers know that you are here to help them!
  • The number one key to making all of this work for your blog!

MODULE #2: All About Using Facebook Groups to Get More Blog Traffic!

  • How to update your Facebook profile to drive more traffic to your blog!
  • How to create an awesome introduction in Facebook groups to maximize your blog's visibility without annoying admins!
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DGP Caper

March 9th, 2017 | Posted by Creativelysouthern in Design Resources - (Comments Off on DGP Caper)
DGP, Is It Real?

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Opening more emails again this week proved to be interesting. I was faced with

two totally opposing points of view on the subject of expressing gratitude. Sometimes it’s a smile,

a joke or even a kind word. The first one was another by the gentleman who had sent me an

before that was very moving

 

 

He said he felt like giving is expressing gratitude, whether the words are spoken

or not. I’d have to agree with him. Each moment is an opportunity to give, as

long as it is done freely. You may not be giving to the same person that has

given to you, but the spirit is there. Giving results in a higher vibration inside

yourself. It is uplifting both to the giver and the receiver. It doesn’t have to be

physical to be meaningful. Sometimes it’s a smile, a joke or even a kind word.

that can make someone’s day. The resulting vibrations cause you to attract

positive things into your own life. I hadn’t ever thought about it in those terms,

but felt comfortable with his philosophy. You will attract positive people if you

are sending positive signals.

 

The opposing email caused me some consternation, She was offended by my blog post

on gratitude. I had never thought about that happening. It is hard to pull back in order to be neutral.

I reread the email several times, just to try to understand where her feelings were coming from, trying to think

whether it was somehow my fault.

 

The subject line should have warned me, but I had no clue what DGP meant.

She told me near the end. She agrees that while expressing gratitude is uplifting,

it is over prescribed, She said although she is not seeing that doctor who prescribed gratitude, she still

had not shaken her resentment.

 

Then she explained DGP means Difficult Gratitude Problem.

DGP, Is It Real?

If DGP is real, then I'm Wrong.

I never heard of it before. She said gratitude discussions can get tedious.

c Gratitude loses its magic through lengthy sessions. It becomes a test

of endurance because once she has stated that gratitude does not do it for her,

it’s game over.

 

Her other DGP concludes that forcing gratitude doesn’t work. Saying

affirmations that you don’t believe, leaves you feeling silly. Being grateful for

something you have always taken for granted doesn’t work either.

 

Talking about gratitude becomes too habitual. Keeping a daily list of things you

are grateful for, becomes a chore. Knowing that no exceptions will be granted.

While it becomes routine for some, others feel is a dreaded routine

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She then comments that routines are a good thing, as long as you don’t lose

the sight of the fact that routines are made to be broken.

Finding gratitude in the midst of a problem, loss, or chaos is like striking mood

busting gold.

 

Then the email explains how she deals with DGP. She picks one

thing that's bothering her. She keeps a journal, it must not be restricted content.

She does not do this daily. Since the DGP exists, she saves journaling for those

darker days.

 

She keeps a folder of “happy things,” like notes, or articles and

jokes. A pretty, decorated jar of awesome notes stores memories of happy

times.

 

Her final way to combat DGP is to make a list of one hundred things she

should be grateful for. Since one hundred is a lot, it is a healthy exercise. Really

stimulates the brain like a gratitude binge

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I suppose that DGP is food for thought. I try to be more of a role model for my

adult children. As we age it becomes easier to choose a positive focus

How About A Challenge?

February 16th, 2017 | Posted by Creativelysouthern in Design Resources - (Comments Off on How About A Challenge?)
be grateful for what you have

With this challenge I'll teach you various ways to enhance your pages so that by the end of the challenge you will have created a beautiful, hand decorated gratitude journal. You will receive daily email prompts and ideas for writing a creative journal with artistic expression.

Just imagine the responses you will earn from anyone you share it with. You can explore the opportunity to explore different media techniques as you create beautiful pages. It is a perfect opportunity to express feelings that are not often shared.
The challenge will run for 14 days.The best part of the challenge is that it is free!

What Are You Grateful For?

February 6th, 2017 | Posted by Creativelysouthern in Design Resources - (Comments Off on What Are You Grateful For?)
natures beauty, roses

beautiful roses to be grateful for

 

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