Hello Everyone. I am excited to say that I have a guest contributor to Mr. Rodge’s Neighborhood. This writer shares their various personal and professional experiences to provide down to earth, practical insights into our daily lives. Please welcome Sam Choi of Simple Wisdom Web and Blog. Now, besides cooking, there was a few things … More Understanding The Process: Guest Blogger Sam Choi of Simple Wisdom
Happy New Year’s everyone! The New Year brings with it an opportunity to start anew. In our culture, it is quite common to make New Year’s resolutions. The Merriam-Webster dictionary defines a resolution as “the act of finding an answer or solution to a conflict, problem, etc.” A resolution is basically a goal. I think … More Resolve In Our Resolutions
It is so easy to get wrapped up in what we don’t have and haven’t accomplished that we don’t always realize what we do have. It’s easy to feel like we’re not doing as well as we should, but sometimes we have to pay attention and measure our progress more objectively. Here are 12 signs … More Stay Encouraged! 12 Signs You Are Doing Better Than You Think You Are (Shared from Chocolate Vent Blog)
I know it is not easy to be cheerful when after doing your best, everything you do just go wrong or don’t turn out the way you expected. When your business enterprise you started that looked really… Source: Give it Another Try
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Wow!! We are already half way through 2016. To think, just 6 months ago, many of us made New Year’s Resolutions, committing ourselves to some sort of improvement in our lives. Fast-forward to the present. Where do you stand with your goal or resolution? Were you able to stick with it? If so, I congratulate … More It’s All Good!
You are instructed to travel to New York City from your present location. What different modes of transportation can you use to get there? You could fly by airplane, drive a car, or ride a train or bus. You may use a combination of those forms of transportation. The amount of time and directions will … More Arriving at your Destination