You just have to love an app that is named after you! Especially one that is organized! You can only imagine the number of people I’ve told about this app. This amazing app is a personal assistant app named after the amazing assistant character Donna Moss from The West Wing. It’s user friendly and did I mention AMAZING?! (You can never have TOO many amazings.) And shares my name?! What makes DONNA so…"Technology Thursday: A Personal Assistant App that WORKS!"
This article is a reprint from an article by Marius Fermi. It has some really great pointers. Enjoy! 25 Things To Do To Become A Well Liked Person October 25 by Marius Fermi in Communication , Relationships | 216 Shares Human nature means we long to be accepted and liked by everyone we meet. We always look for reasons why someone likes us or doesn’t like us. In recent years, maybe you’ve started to lose and forget some of the key reasons…"25 Things to do to become a well liked person"
He’s in for the fight of his life . . . Army captain Trent Davila loved his wife, Laura, and their two beautiful children. But when he almost lost his life in combat, something inside him died. He couldn’t explain the emptiness he felt or bridge the growing distance between him and his family—so he deployed again. And again. And again…until his marriage reaches its breaking point. Now, with everything on the line, Trent has…"Cover Reveal: Back to You by Jessica Scott"
This past weekend, Hubby and I attended the Great Mississippi River Balloon Race held in Natchez, Mississippi. We went with great expectations, and a little naivety at assuming we would see balloons flying during our entire stay. Turns out, the art of ballooning is a very intricate matter. It was Sunday before any of the balloons were able to fly so there was a little bit of Southern patience going on. It turned out to…"Hot Air Ballooning: Tuesdays with Donna, A Little Southern Comfort"
Sarah Kovac was born with Arthrogryposis Multiplex Congenita (AMC), a rare congenital birth defect that left her with arms that she could barely use. Growing up, she was the only one in her class with a disability, setting her apart as “different” and unpopular. Realizing her unique place in the world, Sarah began adapting, working to her strengths, and eventually learned to use her feet to do such activities as changing her son’s diapers, making dinner, putting on makeup, and…"Review: In Capable Arms by Sarah Kovac"
From the award winning author of romance and romantic suspense, HelenKay Dimon comes a sizzling new story from Cosmo Red-Hot Reads from Harlequin. Welcome to Need to Know—Because a Woman Can’t Be Too Informed Dating in D.C. is like navigating an apocalyptic wasteland populated by men in expensive suits with zero mating potential. Need to Know provides all the information a savvy single woman like you needs to avoid dating disasters. By night, Jordan McAdam…"Review: Everything You Need To Know by Helenkay Dimon, A Red-Hot Harlequin/Cosmo Release"