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Laina Turner

Archive for April, 2011

The beauty of multi-tasking

I came across this blog post and it was so incredibly funny I read it several times and laughed harder each time. Single women all over will love this one. I came across this blog by the Happy Chic and found it a bit inspiring for those lazy days. As women, we are always doing… READ MORE »

Time to Blossom

I came across a blog written by Katelyn Mariah about discovering and reaching your true potential. I felt it really spoke to me because as many women my age I am always looking to define my true purpose. Thanks Katelyn. _______________ “There comes a time when the risk to remain tight in the bud is… READ MORE »

Author – Sharon Tubbs

Thank you Sharon for this interview. Can you tell us a little about yourself and how long you’ve been writing? I’m a single, Christian woman, and I love writing. I’ve been writing short stories and little poetic rhymes since I was a little girl. Originally from Indiana, I now live in Florida where I have worked… READ MORE »

Book Review of Prodigy, My Infamous Life

No Excuses…. After reading My Infamous Life, The Autobiography of Mobb Deep’s Prodigy, “no excuses” is the phrase that came to my mind. If you pick up this book expecting tales of sex, drugs, drinking, guns, and the underbelly of rap culture, I promise you won’t be disappointed. This is a very explicit, hard-core book…. READ MORE »

Who can eat just one?

You see those 100 calorie packs of cookies and chips all over the store and I admit I have often bought them myself. But you have to have the same willpower to eat just one 100 calorie pack as you do to eat just 1 full-fledged Oreo cookie. So when you eat an entire box… READ MORE »

Spontaneity is the spice of life

It can be easy to fall into a daily routine which can become monotonous before you know it. However, it won’t change if you don’t make an effort. While making an effort can be a lot harder than letting life just happen think about what you are missing if you aren’t living life. Personally, I’ve… READ MORE »

I hate to compromise

“Life cannot subsist in society but by reciprocal concessions.” Samuel Johnson I am very much a person who doesn’t like compromise, which I blame on the fact I’m an only child. I guess that means I can blame my parents. I don’t like to apologize or ever admit I’m wrong. I like to say it’s… READ MORE »