Saturday, December 31, 2011

Video of The Day - Look At Me Now - Literal MSPaint


Picture of The Day - Resolution Options...


Real Talk Quote of The Day


Friday, December 30, 2011

Sunday, December 25, 2011

Merry Christmas To All of You!

The Women of Real. Life. Woman. Talk. would like to say Merry Christmas to all of our readers. We hope that each of you have a wonderful Christmas holiday today. We are working very hard to bring you more exciting blog post and information that may help you in your life. In addition, as you know we will promise to continue to give you a good laugh every now and again in the process. We pray that God will continue to bless you and keep you as we go through this journey of life together.

Wednesday, December 21, 2011

What's Up Doc? Stay Healthy Tip (Christmas Edition)

Visiting Relatives...Be sure NOT to be a "seagull relative"...A relative that flies in craps over everything and then leaves. We see this a lot in healthcare. An example of this is basically, you have not seen a great aunt or baby sister in 15 years. Then you decide to come in like you can fix all of her chronic health problems by "showing out" at the hospital or nursing home. Health Tip: Visit more often and give the primary caregiver a break. Have A Healthy Day!

Video of The Day - Help With Making Christmas Cookies...

Picture of The Day - A Plane Is Bigger Than Santa (Smile)

Real Talk Quote of The Day

Tuesday, December 20, 2011

IT'S MERRY CHRISTMAS DAMN IT!


If one more person tells me Happy Holidays I think I will throw up in my mouth! This is such a hot button topic for me only because it is amazing how all this damn political correctness has gone in the past two decades. I am serious, it is funny to me that retailers do not want to offend anyone so they ask their employees to say Happy Holidays vs. Merry Christmas, really what sense does that make? Think about it, if it were not for the people that celebrate Christmas and gift giving the retailers wouldn't ever make money. Why do they not remember that? Let's say all the people that are shopping for CHRISTMAS gifts decide to only shop in places that are not afraid to say "MERRY CHRISTMAS", how many companies would start saying "MERRY CHRISTMAS" instead of Happy Holidays then?

I am a simple woman that lives a very simple life. I do not ask for much and describe myself as low maintenance. There are not too many things that bother me in life. As I have grown older and wiser, in my opinion, I have come to realize that the issues that get my blood boiling more than anything is when external forces make decisions for me without my approval. This is why I am so pissed off about the Happy Holidays vs. Merry Christmas. Where does this stop? Will we one day live in a world that people cannot decorate their yards for Christmas? The Nativity Scene would not be allowed on the lawns of churches or regular everyday people that have not forgotten the true meaning of the Holidays. The old school classic cartoons that only come on around the Holidays will no longer be shown, like Charlie Brown Christmas. Christmas carolers will be banned from going door to door because they are a drag on society, right. If so, then what is the point of living in this world?

In the words of my grandmother "It's a sin and a shame" that people cannot celebrate Christmas anymore without having to think twice or wondering should they say Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays. I refuse to say Happy Holidays because it is my right to do so as an American. We have the freedom of speech to say Merry Christmas just as anyone else that feels they have the freedom to not say it. When I think about it, I know of several occasions that people have said a lot worse to me than "Merry Christmas". I am sure that I am not the only one.

Video of The Day - Santa's Apple - iPhone 4S

Picture of The Day - I Said The "F" Word...

Real Talk Quote of The Day




"The thing that is really hard, and really amazing, is giving up on being perfect and beginning the work of becoming yourself."
 - Anna Quindlen

Wednesday, December 14, 2011

What's Up Doc? Stay Healthy Tip




Tis The Season that some will be sad, ambivalent, or depressed. Please be aware that this may be the first holiday that some people will spend without their loved ones, or they may not have any family that live near. Show them CHRIST-like behavior and invite them into your social circle or extended family. You ultimately will blessed with the true meaning of CHRISTmas. Have A Healthy Day!!

Video of The Day - The 2011 Christmas Dance

Picture of The Day - Why Santa Died Laughing???

Real Talk Quote of The Day

Tuesday, December 13, 2011

Finish What You Start...

At the beginning of each year, we all rack our brains, (hopefully, you are considering the lessons you learned from the prior year) and set New Year’s resolutions.  As 2012 quickly approaches, I wanted to bring a topic to the forefront, one where I constantly struggle.  The below excerpt is taken from the University of Phoenix group on the LinkedIn website and offers 7 tips to help you finish what you start.
What Is Not Done?
What have you started that you didn’t finish? What is hanging out on your todo list?  It could be something small, a todo or a task.  Or it could be something big, like a passion or a dream.  Whatever you have undone… chances are you need to finish it.
Here are 7 Things You Should Finish…
1.       The Task With The Deadline - Do you finish ahead of deadlines? Not finishing tasks by their deadlines usually results in a negative result. Whether it is a mark on your time management reputation, or something more tangible like a fee, penalty, or additional work.
2.       The Thing You Should Have Done Last Night - Ever have a morning where everything just went sideways? Most often it is because you did not finish preparing the night before. Your clothes aren’t clean. You didn’t prepare the kids for school. You aren’t ready for that meeting today.
3.       The Promise You Made to Someone Else – When you tell someone that you are going to do something, can they count on you? Or do people avoid you because you are known to be unreliable?
4.       The Item You Forgot – Oops, you forgot that task. It is hard to finish something if you forget that you were supposed to do it. Make sure that your todo list and other tools have your back. They should remind you of what you need to finish so that you don’t have to remember.
5.       The Todo That Is ALMOST Done – Almost done isn’t done. Almost finishing a job doesn’t deliver results. Make sure you take your tasks across the finish line and cross them off your list.
6.       The Never Ending Project – Ever had a project that just seemed to go on forever? (I have seen companies that have 6 month projects that go on for 6 years!) Set a tight deadline. And finish it.
7.     The Dream You Started – Dreams are often harder to finish because they involve longer timeframes and unless you are disciplined, you often do not have a finish line. Define your long term goals. Be specific (and realistic.) Write them down and hold yourself accountable.
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Video of The Day - December 4th Flash Mob Video...Enjoy!

Picture of The Day - See Facebook For Details...LOL!!!

Real Talk Quote of The Day

Friday, December 9, 2011

What's Up Doc? Stay Healthy Tip...




Prescription Medications are being used to get high. This really isn't news; however, your Mother or Grandfather having an addiction may be news to you. The misuse, abuse, and dependence of prescription medications does NOT discriminate. Don't assume that it's only the young, lazy, uneducated, or poor. Have A Healthy Day!

Video of The Day - "Free Your Mind" : EnVogue