Practicing What I Preach

Suddenly my Roku devices can’t connect to the internet. I will spare you the details, but I’ve spent a lot of time with tech support and I’m practicing what I preach:

Stay curious and open to life. No matter what happens keep learning and growing. Find what you love and find a way to share it with others.

That motto keeps me from wasting energy feeling frustrated. I have learned some new things and am now off to bed! What works for you?

PS Here’s an article worth sharing:
How Trump’s campaign staffers tried to keep him off Twitter. The trick? Making sure his media diet included a healthy dose of praise.

 

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8 Responses to Practicing What I Preach

  1. Rummuser says:

    Bookies here are offering very attractive odds that Trump will be replaced by Pence before the end of this year.

    • Jean says:

      Apparently the Brits are having a good time betting on it too. The odds are determined by what people think will happen. No guarantees they are right.

  2. We can only hope that Rummuser is right! Meanwhile we can, as Cheerful Monk says, ‘Stay open and curious to life’. Knowledge and informed action will be the only way out of this.
    Still the Lucky Few´s last blog post ..Blonde Obsession

  3. tammy j says:

    I hate to say it but I don’t like pence all that much either. and I can’t even put my finger on the reason why. silly of me. just an instinctual thing really. nothing to do with his party or that he’s trump’s choice of vp.
    he seems perfectly fine and SANE at least!
    not fair of me I know.
    still… he would be better than the loose cannon the POTUS is now.
    that link you’ve shared shows his emotional maturity as that of a 13 yr old.
    good grief. heaven help us.
    and
    I have tried to make your motto my motto since I first met you! back when you had two blogs! you’d think by trying to practice it for so long now that its wisdom would be my second nature.
    well…
    not so much. LOLOL!!!
    hope your tech problems got resolved. or will be soon! xo
    tammy j´s last blog post ..moving on old bean

  4. Cathy in NZ says:

    what was the question posed? scrolling back to see…

    what works for me? knowledge wise…

    well in the last couple of days finding that the “art object” I proposed on paper and then semi-created, when laid down to photograph turned into something quite different. Not bad, but different!

    so I would add “be open to change”…

    (as you can see catching up now with your posts…after I ate something in the fuel line; still not decided if I stay home and finish the edges (mowed some lawn yesterday) or wander about town…)

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