New Year’s Resolutions

I always havNew Year's Resolutionse New Year’s Resolutions.  I even write them down, so that I can look back.  They are in the front of  a yearly journal.  And I journal over the year about all the things I am doing that are completing my New Year’s Resolutions as well as what is going on in my life.  It is really fun, for me, reading about what I wanted to do each year.  There is really no better way to determine how you are doing in becoming wiser and more knowledgeable about your emotional growth.

New Year’s Resolutions 2017

Last year, I decided to downsize and declutter.  I read a book on it and actually wrote a couple of blogs about that book.  They are located in the Category: Toni’s Thoughts on Lots of Things.

I also looked into information about Alzheimer’s and how to tell if you have it.  I looked into this because I had a lot of experience in my background with Alzheimers, and because several friends were diagnosed with this so dreadful disease.

Another article I wrote was about the flu.  Again, it was due to many friends having it and  noting how it differs depending on what age group you are in.  All of these articles are in that category: Toni’s Thoughts on Lots of Things.  I also wrote other articles, but these are the ones that I liked the most.

My most Recent Article

Just last week, I wrote and article on Scams because I had gotten caught in two that I knew of.  And, had bought into many more schemes that didn’t actually do what they said they would.  Thank goodness, I was lucky enough to find RoryRicord.com.  (I put that in Green because I make green money from this site.)

New Year’s Resolutions 2018

This year, one of my New Year’s Resolutions will be to look into the aspect of growing older.  I’m all about being proactive in this life.  I want to learn what I can do to facilitate growing better as I age.

I’m already bought a book about Neuroplasticity because it says that it offers real hope for people that are dyslexics and stroke victims. One of my very good friends had a stroke in November, so that is a subject I’m very interested in.  And, I’m a retired Special Education Teacher.  Anything that can help people who are dyslexic is something I want to know more about.

I actually just wound up writing a review of a series of books one of my favorite author’s writes and, actually a review of her.  It is called Terri Reid, Author.  I am a reader.  When I was in college, I took a course in speed reading which made it easier to get through all the necessary reading to pass the courses.  However, it also means that, because one of my favorite hobbies is reading, I go through a tremendous amount of books yearly, weekly, and daily.  I actually read at least one book a day.  So, to find an author who is incredibly interesting, an excellent writer and who is also prolific.  I’m in heaven.

Of course, I’m still promoting my Wine of the month club business.  When you wind down at the end of the day, having a glass of wine is a good thing.  It helps you destress and improves your mood. Being in a good mood helps you sleep better and your next day just goes better.

And, I’m becoming much more knowledgeable about crypto-currency.  I have written quite a few articles about it in the Category: Blockchain Evolution. I plan on putting several more information and educational articles into this category.  

So, keep a look out for what is happening on this site.  I promise to make it as up-to-date and interesting as I can.  I want everyone to feel good about visiting my site.