Sunday, March 22, 2015


We Found Love

We Found Love

Mini dress

RED Valentino coat
$1,270 -



We Found Love

We Found Love

Mini dress

RED Valentino coat
$1,270 -


Young Nation

Pizza and Fries

Wednesday, March 18, 2015





Nina Marih (Marie)

Sunday, March 15, 2015


Thursday, March 5, 2015

5 Tips for Lightning-Fast Decision Making

Our lives are defined by our ability to make decisions. Our careers, relationships, health—anything and everything about our present selves boils down to the decisions we’ve made in the past, yet some of us struggle with decision making. We may have access to data, plenty of options, and generally have everything going for us, but when crunch time rolls around we seize up. We just can’t make that firm commitment to a decision. Here are a few of the labels you may go by:
* Over-thinker
* Procrastinator
* Slow to act
* Analysis paralysis
* Perfectionist

 Have you ever felt like you identified with any of these labels? If so then know that you aren’t alone. We are at the extreme of the decision making process, spending too much time thinking about our decisions, and not enough time acting upon them.

Fixing our Decision Making

For people like us, we need to balance out our decision making processes with a bit of “rashness.” We need techniques that will help us dive in to our decisions head first and to stop worrying about the repercussions so much.  Here are 5 tips to help us balance out our decision making process.

1. The 2 minute rule

The idea behind this tip is to force action through a self-imposed deadline. It’s simple enough to incorporate: any time you have to make a decision, just set the timer and begin the process. The time limit forces you to quickly assess the pros and cons while quickly coming to a decision. The simplicity behind this tip makes it very accessible.
If you’re simply slow at making decisions, then this tip is a life saver. It doesn’t have to be 2 minutes either; anything from 1-5 minutes should work fine as well.

2. Think black and white 

There are times when we have more choices then we need. Excess of anything can overwhelm and lead to analysis paralysis, so in this case, try judging your options simply as good or bad, which will simplify and quicken the process of weeding out the less optimal decisions.
This limited approach is ideal for the over-analyzers who insist on questioning every variable to death.

3. Put it in a hat

If all options seem to have roughly equal value, write down your best ones on separate pieces of paper and place them in a hat/bag. Your decision will be the one you pull out at random.
This also works if you have a bunch of tasks you don’t want to do; these you could pair with a reward hat. Do a task, then when its done pull out your random reward from the other hat. This will help make the process be more tolerable.

4. Focus on the present

We can often become overwhelmed with the big picture, trying to see how our decisions will affect the future. The process is mentally draining, because you’re trying to see every step along with its every outcome. It’s better to save that energy for the task at hand, and simply try and make the best decision possible. Live in the moment, make a decision based on what will make the next step the easiest instead. Doing this for every step is a great choice for the chronic non-decision maker.

5. Embrace the idea of failure

Probably the biggest fear for us slow decision makers is that our decisions will lead to bad results. Compensation is then made by over-thinking the situation, causing us to question every aspect involved in the decision. Ultimately we run the risk of making no decision at all because we waste time and energy on useless questioning—this line of thinking must be rewired.
Instead, we should see delaying the decision as worse then making a bad decision. Bad decisions can be recovered from and learned from, but not making a decision at all means we don’t get to determine how our lives unfold. A fear of failure means that some thing or someone will make that decision for you.

Closing thoughts

It’s rarely the case that the best decision to make is to not make one at all. Those who struggle to make decisions run the risk of letting their lives run them, rather than them running their own lives. This puts independence under constant threat, so it’s up to us to make sure that we are in control of our lives and our decisions.
Keep these tips in mind the next time you feel like you want to back away from a decision, because you don’t want your life to be decided for you.

Don't be friends with the world

King James Bible
Ye adulterers and adulteresses, know ye not that the friendship of the world is enmity with God? 
whosoever therefore will be a friend of the world is the enemy of God.

the world is evil, God is Good

Ezekiel 16:32
"'You adulterous wife! You prefer strangers to your own husband

why is it hard to make a decision? fear of being wrong, bad, evil(fear)

when you fear people, things and situations your backing away from God.

reverential awe, especially toward God:
the fear of God.
Synonyms: awe, respect, reverence, veneration.

Blind Wo'man'

The senses I think I used the most during this experience were my sense hearing and sense of touch. When I first put on the blindfold I reached straight for a wall so I would some idea where I was going. I also went by my partner’s voice I had to listen to him to know where I was going. He would tell me when we were coming towards stairs or telling me we were going on the elevator. When a trashcan came up he would tell me which area it was and use my hands and arms to feel around for it. I ran into a wall once and bumped my head it didn’t hurt that much though. This whole experience made me I feel like I was somewhat dreaming with my eyes shut. Yet I felt as though I opened my eyes for the first time because it was a new to me. I started to cheat a little by peaking through the blindfold but my partner stopped me but I cheated because I really missed my eyes. I guess this assignment made me realize I take my eyes for granted all the time.
Also I found it interesting having to trust someone you only know from class with your safety it shows there is some people out here willing to be a helping hand or voice.

(Paper for my inter-communications class at NOVA

John 9:6-7

When he had thus spoken, he spat on the ground, and made clay of the spittle, and he anointed the eyes of the blind man with the clay,
And said unto him, Go, wash in the pool of Siloam, (which is by interpretation, Sent.) He went his way therefore, and washed, and came seeing.


Dreamed Lisa was doing an interview then I changed the channel and saw her in a WWE ring, also in the ring was a bunch of people and then I heard The Rock’s Theme music and he comes out talks shit then he headed to the back but then he heard someone say something he didn’t like and he walked back to the ring.

Wednesday, March 4, 2015

Dreams With Lisa Nicole and Dwayne Johnson

Lisa was in a restaurant and she was chasing someone because she wanted them to eat something. I kept trying to stop her, then she tried to make me eat some and I was like "No".  She wasn't happy about that lol and I kept on trying to tell her you can't make people eat something if they don't want to.

I walked into Honduras,  I notice their was a pond where Lisa’s car had crashed. I saw a dock on the pond and I walked on it into the rest of the part of Honduras. Her family members were their specifically Wanda, Reigndrop and Ronald. Then out of now where Dwayne Johnson bounces in from the sky and kept jumping around the place. Then he told me that he was going to walk around Lisa's property to have a look and wait on making a decision to donate to the LisaLopesFoundation. Lisa's family were not pleased with him stalling on donations and were being disrespectful towards him. One of them said. " How are you going to wait to donate?" 
While still in the dream I had a feeling Dwayne already donated and was just being goofy.  (When I woke up I had a thought that he helped build the dock on the pond.)