Word: Intersubjective You Pronounce it: [in-ter-suh b-jek-tiv] Definition: adjective, Philosophy 1. comprehensible to, relating to, or used by a number of persons, as a concept or language. 2. existing between conscious minds; shared by more than one conscious mind. (found this one on top of the google search.) I found it: I found it while reading "Identity and … Continue reading Word of the day: 10/01/15–Intersubjective
Today's post will be about purchasing a canvas print, at a good price, and recreating something different I purchased this canvas print--actually two--and I decided to use one in the dining room. The other didn't match the room I'm revamping for my 11 year old daughter, so I decided to use the frog tape to tape … Continue reading DIY: Canvas Re-do
My Review: I have written about Shea Moistures African Soap, and although it is wonderful for problem skin (I originally got it to see if it can help my Keratosis Pilaris) and I love how great it made my skin feel (I didn't see a difference on my KP, not that they claimed it would), … Continue reading Beauty: Baby Soft Skin is Achievable!
"Successful people are rarely victims. One might be able to be a victim and still make money and have great relationships in rare cases, but usually it would be difficult for victims to be successful. To be successful you need to learn from your mistakes and try again. Victims are, by definition, people who do … Continue reading Quote of the day: 10/01/15 Victim Mentality