It sound like a silly question, I know, but at least I’ve caught your attention. These days it does not take me long to give life to a new posting idea. While I am away from my writing table I am already listing new ideas in my head. One of the best and most productive ways to source new ideas for processing on your blog is the practiced discipline of reading. Whether you are settling down into your armchair at night, reading on one of your favorite genres or down at your local coffee shop going through the news of the day while enjoying your favorite latte of cappuccino, you have new, fresh ideas right before your very eyes. I like my coffee strong and black and without sugar by the way.
I get that we all need to make money in order to survive. I’ve been in those places where most of us don’t feel comfortable talking about those hurtful experiences where our families simply had to take a back seat while we carried on at the office or in our study. Perhaps you are one of those single ladies who have allowed your work life take you over. You have placed yourself in the proverbial pickle by accumulating too much debt that you simply must pay off. That is why you feel compelled to work longer and harder hours than anyone else.
Believe it or not, those days are disappearing very quickly. Only Hollywood propaganda vehicles and dusty archived documentaries will remind the rest of the living breathing, eating, sleeping, dancing and singing world, that Colombia is an extremely dangerous land of high and violent murder and crime rates, ruled over by the most malevolent drug barons and corrupt politicians known to humankind. This is a happy story because it is about a country on the mend, having come a long way since those dark, demonic days. Ask any adventurous traveler who has been there lately and they will tell you that as the ultimate South American cultural and travel adventure, Columbia is fast becoming the perfect antidote to the better-known Brazilian escape route.
The next time you go shopping, take a hard, long look at what you usually put into your basket. Then after reading this post, the next time you do go to the grocery store, take another look at what’s on the shelves and also take a few moments to read some of the inscriptions of recommended beauty products primarily designed to make you look and feel gorgeous. After reading this post you will soon learn that you don’t need to spend so much money on these fancy brands and still more time on applying them to your blemished skin.
For most women, if not all of them, hair is so important. It’s important for the image they want to project for themselves and for how they’ll be feeling for the rest of the day. If the hair is not just so, the day may yet be ruined and yours truly will be quite miserable for the rest of that day. In essence, though, hair is important because it has aesthetic, social, psychological, cultural and even religious significance for women from all walks of life, no matter their age or standing, across all cultural spectrums.
Depending on your field of interest or expertise or something that you are passionate about and want to tell the whole world about, you could give this post your own title. Because I am a writer by trade and one of my greatest passions is reading well-written books and journals from most genres, I will use the example of writing an informal book review of a book read recently. In my case, in order to enhance the quality of my post, it has to be something quite recently read while my memory still serves me well.