sometimes its the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.

sometimes its the smallest decisions that can change your life forever.

Sunday, September 12, 2010

Flaws n' All.

I feel compelled to write the following. Again, just some food for thought.

If I may blatantly state: Ladies... men will always be men and they will never change "just because you would like them to."

I do not say that to sound rude or overconfident perhaps in the stance that I am taking. But, can we be real?

And men, I know it is probably frustrating, perhaps annoying, to constantly feel as though women are trying to mold you, shape you into the man she thinks you "ought to be." In retrospect, that alone undoubtedly causes men to withdraw.

Ladies, it's true. Stop wasting your precious, God-given time on trying to make a man into the man you think he ought to be. It's natural that us girls wish to nurture others. But there's a fine line between wanting to nourish a man and meet his needs versus creating unrealistic expectations for that 'special someone' to live up to.

Instead of trying to change the one you're with, why not just love him/her for who they are? Flaws and all.

And if it does not work, that's when you move on. You don't spend another moment waiting around fighting for that man to live up to your own expectations, because that's a fight you'll lose every time. You move on with confidence in knowing that "he's" out there waiting to find you too.

This is when the best relationships will arise: the long-lasting, forever, happily ever-after kind. When neither partner is expecting of another to live beyond their means. Let us love one another honestly, completely, and feel all there is to feel in our journey of finding the one you love and the one who will love you in return.

Case in point being, to both men and women out there, don't ever settle for less than what you know you humbly deserve.

We all deserve something beautiful. Wait for the one who says, "I love you" and means it... with every last part of their being.

Friday, September 10, 2010

Tinkling of the Ivories, for your viewing pleasure. :)

Written by: Orjan Norbom & Rachel Yeager
Composed by: Rachel Yeager
"It Started with a Hi" Copyright 2009

Thursday, September 9, 2010

Football and Food for Thought.

I have recently made the following observation:

Ladies, if you're thinking of him, he's thinking of you. I'd bet on it! And gentlemen, if you're thinking of her, chances are- she's thinking of you too.

So come on people. What are you waiting for? Get out there, take a risk, believe, never settle, be brave, and find your missing puzzle piece. It's time to tell that special someone you really think they're... well, special.

And as for football, wherever I look this evening I am witnessing fanatic Vikings fans. Kind of makes me want to say, "Let's GO Saints!!!" just because.

Talk to me, I'm listening.

I'm an open book: as me any question, come to me with any concerns and I'll share my experiences and advice with you. Whether it be health and nutrition, essentials for your overall well-being, or strength training and natural supplements. And I happen to be fabulous with love and relationship advice too. There's not much I do not study. You name it, I'll elaborate upon it. And if you live locally, feel free to stop by Stuart's locally owned and operated GNC store for the best advice and guidance from a well-trained and knowledgable staff.

Now go on... let's talk about this.