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Today’s featured blogs posts are:

Do step in and show some love.

Amanpan.blog – ThusNSuch Eugenia has a lovely, crisp new blog where she shares light-hearted, thought-provoking poetry over a hot cup of coffee. Step in and say hello.

Loveuary I totally enjoyed reading Susie’s refreshing post on her 25-year-old marriage (arranged). What are your thoughts on arranged marriage? Are you all for the sizzle and dazzle relationship or the slow and simmer type? Share it in the comments.

Pint-sized Picasso This is bound to paint a huge, sloppy smile on your face. Please take a peek 🙂

People Doing Good Things Yes, we need to keep our eyes’ on the good ones as much as possible. It surely helps, especially with the turbulent times. Do you know anyone doing good things?

Honoring My Inner Voice: An insightful read. Here are my thoughts:

A purposeful and insightful post. I think that sometimes our humanness tends to go into overdrive and assumption that we’ve got it all wrapped up forgetting to listen to that quiet voice in us.

I also enjoyed your poem and the direction that it took.

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‘We create a cohesive community when we come together.

Hey all, we’ll be having our monthly blog party coming up next weekend March 4th and 5th. You are most welcome to join the fun 🙂


Midnight Motivation and Musings 51


The journey of self-help is what it is. SELF-HELP!

We need to take conscious steps ever so often and just be with ourselves, this could mean just a half hour of sitting in quiet reflection and not necessarily in a ritzy place.

Take that time to outline those reminders that your heart and mind should focus on each day.

Starting out might be difficult, but as the days go by, it comes easier with practice.

No guru, expert or counsellor can practice our self-help tactics for us. They would probably give us insights and tell us what to do, however, the work of walking through it still rests on us.

© Jacqueline Oby-Ikocha