Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.

THIS WEEK DAN AND I WILL BE BLOGGING ON THE SERIES OF LIVING SUCCESSFULLY WITH SCREWED-UP PEOPLE, THE HERB – CACAO. ALSO 101 WAYS TO HAPPINESS.


Hello followers,


Countdown to SPRING, 11 more days.

As I continue the topic of living a great story, I had in mind; that this determines one’s health.


Just think about the different directions you can go, life change.

The beginning is a stopper, a few magic words that grab the listeners so they'll sit up and pay attention: "Once upon a time there were Dan and Sherry...."

The middle can be anything that will keep the listeners hooked.


Dan and Sherry move to Mexico.


The journey begins, enjoying life while managing cancer, changes their lifestyles.


Then the two of them come home to the states relocating to Virginia.

In the end, Sherry and Dan, explores the Blue Ridge Mountains, and they live happily ever after.


Your story might not sound like that.


But what our stories and our lives tend to share in common is structure:

A beginning, a middle and an end; we're born, we live and then, well, we move on.

101 WAYS TO HAPPINESS; by Mike Annesley.


https://www.amazon.com/Mike-Annesley/e/B07C6MV8PL?ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2&qid=1636118861&sr=1-2


Continuing from last year!


Since all the research of keeping healthy, leads to making your cells happy; this book will help your mental health to be happy.

That is the first step in keeping your cells happy and keeping your body healthy.


CHAPTER 5; HAPPILY, BUSY


BE A MENTOR

Teaching can be a kind of inverse learning.


A responsive pupil gives a great deal back, not least an enthusiasm that may instill in the teacher a new joy in their subject.


You can be a mentor at any age, but it’s particularly rewarding in later life; when there’s accumulated experiences to convey.


A younger student can provide the occasion for a bridge across generations.


Set expectations and ground rules before you start including a contact schedule.


Assess the pupil’s needs.

Work together with mutual commitment toward agreed goals.


Allow yourself plenty of listening time.


Don’t just hold forth!


Let the pupil make decisions.


Even ones you might not have made yourself in their position.

Continuing from last year the series on LIVING SUCCESSFULLY WITH SCREWED-UP PEOPLE, by Elizabeth B. Brown.


Dan and I continue to share ways to benefit and help keep one’s health cells healthy.


A wise man told me ten years ago, when one is in balance with themselves; one stays healthy.


For more information click on book


https://www.amazon.com/Living-Successfully-Screwed-Up-People-Elizabeth-ebook/dp/B00B853Q5W/ref=sr_1_2?dchild=1&keywords=LIVING+SUCCESSFULLY+WITH+SCREWED-UP+PEOPLE&qid=1626376729&s=books&sr=1-2


Today starting on CHAPTER 14; HOW MANY TIMES DO I SAY “SORRY”?

To apologize is to accept responsibility for something you did wrong.


It is personal accountability.


This demands maturity and may not be understood by others.


It isn’t a way to get out of something or a way to show off your humility.

It isn’t a kite to fly in the other person’s face, followed by a tagalong tail of stipulations, conditions or justification.


Nor is it like popcorn, coming fast, often and from everywhere.


Popcorn apologies are merely a string of words, not heartfelt assumptions of responsibility.


Continue tomorrow-

Dan and I have been posting, on the time to get ready for food and remedies that

heal; alchemy of herbs.


Today blogging on the herb; CACAO and the benefits.


It’s amazing what and how cacao can help keep your body healthy?


Recipe time!

Are you ready for some sweets?


Chocolate lovers can celebrate this exceptionally dark chocolate mousse cake.


Each bite slowly melts in your mouth while the cardamom spice enlivens the senses.

This recipe is great for potlucks, and surely will be asked to be made over and over again.


If you don’t have a double boiler, fill a pot with 1 to 2 inches of water and place a tight-fitting bowl over the top.


ARE YOU READY!

Ingredients:


8 ounces bittersweet chocolate

1/3 cup coconut oil

½ cup honey

½ cup cocoa powder – plus extra for garnish

1 (13.5 oz) can coconut milk

2 eggs

1 tablespoon cardamom powder

2 tablespoons vanilla extract

Sliced almonds, for garnish

Instructions:


1. Preheat the oven to 350 f.

2. Put 1 to 2 inches of water in the bottom pan of a double boiler.

3. Melt the bittersweet chocolate and coconut oil in the top.

4. When they are melted, remove from the heat.

5. Add the honey and cocoa powder and mix well.

6. Add the coconut milk and mix well.

7. Whisk the eggs in a small bowl.

8. Add the whisk eggs cardamom and vanilla extract to the chocolate mixture; combined well.

9. Pour the mixture into a slightly oiled 9-inch pie pan.

10. Bake in oven for 30 minutes.

11. When the cake is done, the top should be cracked but the middle should still be soft and wiggly.

12. Cool overnight to allow it to set.

13. Sprinkle with sliced almonds.

14. Sprinkle some cocoa powder on top before serving.

15. ENJOY-

As Dan and I begin a new year, this is our PHRASE TO REMEMBER; Health is Wealth.


We stand by this and continue to do daily; walk, meditation, and Qigong.


If you would like to follow with us; hash tag words #walk, #meditation #Qigong on the right of the main blog page.

Time is precious and is priceless, so Dan and I will continue each day to pull from a box of 365 inspirational quotes; one quote and share with you.


Today is:


WE DON’T HAVE TOMORROW, YET. ALL WE HAVE IS THIS MOMENT. AND WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO WITH IT?

DEFINE YOURSELF

Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.

#accept#ones#definition#life#define#yourself#motivational#inspirational#newbeginnings#livingagreatstory

Until Friday, never regret a day in your life.

Good days give you happiness and bad days give you experience.


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