Interested in Self-Employment or Work at Home Opportunities?

Freelance Work ♦ ♦ Work From Home Advice, Tips & Tricks ♦ ♦ Get Paid to Test Apps ♦ ♦ Hiring for Social Media Jobs

Showing posts with label Be My Valentine. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Be My Valentine. Show all posts

21 June 2017

Activities You Should Be Aware Can Cause the Elimination of Your Blog

Wake up one day and discover that your blog was deleted?  

Start scratching your head wondering what you did?



The link below is to a post at "We Blog Better".  It makes for a very handy checklist.  Although as I scanned the list, it made me wonder why bloggers would not know this.  However, it is possible that many do NOT realize these activities could get their blog removed.  What I really like is that Guest Blogging and offering free samples of Oreo cookies are NOT on the list.  YAY!  Totally awesome because I have more than one blog and would like to extend an invitation to anyone out there reading this who would be interested. 


Would you be interested in providing a Guest Post for this blog or any of my other blogs? Feel free to contact me via eMail:
cmoneyspinner@gmail.com
SUBJECT: Guest Blog Post
I would be honored!
***
P.S.  I haven’t gotten to the point where I can hand out free Oreo cookies but I can tell you where you can get free samples of bath products.  Click here. :)
***
I know it’s not yet Valentine’s Day, but I use any excuse to share a heart.
valentine day scrap
Valentine’s Day | Forward this Image
Valentine’s Day Celebrations Around the World





14 February 2017

Be My Valentine? Did You Say "My Religion is Love"?

Not your usual Valentine, I know.

But I think it's a perfect valentine.

AllPosters.com Affiliate Ad
So who was it that said “My religion is love”? Wasn’t it one of the sons of Bob Marley?

Ooops!  Looked it up.  My bad.  It was the title and song lyrics by Ziggy Marley that said "Love Is My Religion".  Close enough!

It was the late Bob Marley himself who said "Overcome the devils with a thing called love."

I believe in giving credit where credit is due, but they were both just rewording the wisdom of Jesus.

No matter who you want to give the credit to, you would all be hard-pressed to say that it isn't a golden rule to live by!


SIDE NOTE:


~ Born: February 6, 1945, Nine Mile, Jamaica ~ Died: May 11, 1981, Miami, FL. Had he lived to see this day, the legendary reggae artist, Bob Marley would have been 70+ years old.  He and his music live on through his children.  They make sure of that!
Happy belated birthday, Mr. Marley!

Birthday confetti:  glitter-graphics.com
(*Blue Sacred Heart available at Allposters.com)

Inspirational Bob Marley Quote Mug - Overcome the Devils with a Thing Called Love


  • NOTE: Republished content. Blog post published at my other blog "My Next 50 Years" which is no longer available online.  (Keep getting a "bad gateway" message.  I don't know why! (O.o))

10 January 2016

Valentine's Day Around the World

"Valentine's Day is celebrated every year on February 14th.


Valentine's Day is a holiday which is set aside show some love to those we love. It dates back to the 5th century, has its origins in a Roman holiday called Lupercalia, and derives its name from a man who was martyred for his religious beliefs.

Giving chocolates or roses as gifts, along with cards, and/or going out with your "sweet heart" are common customs, traditions or practices in most countries. But here are some other ways to celebrate. ..."



via Valentine's Day Around the World - Daily Two Cents.








03 February 2015

Chocolate of the Month Club (Make Every Month February)

Valentine’s Day is celebrated every year on February 14th, in many countries. ( Read more at Valentine's Day Around the World.)

Traditionally many people receive chocolate as a gift. It's a wonderful custom. No reason to discontinue it.  In fact, why not enjoy chocolates every month of the year.  What do you think?

Chocolate of the Month Club

Chocolate of the Month Club

Sinful. Decadent. Completely and totally irresistible. Every month, the Chocolate of the Month Club from Clubs of America delights your senses with luscious, handmade temptations that are impossible to refuse.

Dreamy truffles, silky-rich turtles, chilly mints, melts and more. Unlike candies sold by other chocolate clubs, our hand-dipped confections are among the finest and freshest in the world. They’re made to order with all-natural ingredients by experienced chocolatiers. Then they’re shipped directly to your door. A gift membership to our Chocolate of the Month Club is a virtual guarantee that sweet smiles will soon be coming your way.


Join the Chocolate of the Month Club!

Includes FREE SHIPPING!




Affiliate Advertisement


valentine day scrap
Valentine's Day | Source



19 January 2015

Presidential Trivia: Teddy Called Them Muckrakers

The term "muckraker" was used by America's 26th president, Theodore Roosevelt. 

In the United States, muckrakers was the name for writers whose aim was expose corruption: i.e. to search for and expose misconduct in public life.


In chronological order:  
  • 1908 - Ray Stannard Baker "Following the Color Line" written to expose racial discrimination.  

Worthy of honorable mention: 
  • Ida Minvera Tarbell (1857 - 1944), U.S. journalist, known for "muckraking" exposés of political and corporate corruption; also a biographer, notably of Abraham Lincoln; and the only lady in the bunch!

Ida M. Tarbell, American "muckraker"...
Ida M. Tarbell, American "muckraker" author. 
(Photo credit: Wikipedia)

 

***

More Presidential Trivia:

  • American presidents, (Thomas) Woodrow Wilson and Theodore Roosevelt, were Nobel Prize winners. 1906, Roosevelt received the award for being a mediator and arbitrating an end to the Russo-Japanese conflict; there was a dispute over +Manchuria and +Korea. Wilson received the prize in 1919, for establishing the League of Nations after World War I (1914 - 1918).

     

  • The "teddy bear" is named after Roosevelt's nickname Teddy because he went hunting and didn't want to shoot a baby cub.  Many people think a teddy bear with roses is an irresistible gift for Valentines Day?  




Kindle eBooks - Biographies & Memoirs of Presidents & Heads of State







U.S. History : American Presidents : Teddy Called Them 'Muckrakers'

The term "muckraker" was used by America's 26th president, Theodore "Teddy" Roosevelt. Word art created using free tool at wordclouds.com♦ ♦ ♦In the United States, muckrakers was the name for writers whose aim was expose corruption: particularly, to search for and expose misconduct in public life.In reverse chronological order: 1908 - Ray Stannard Baker ~ "Following the Color Line" written to expose racial discrimination.

Niume is a social blogging platform and one of its primary purposes is to help bloggers and writers expose their content to a wide reading audience.

Check Out My Other Blogs