Random Quotes 443# — A Guy Called Bloke

Random Quotes Directory Season 2 Winter 2011 October 17th – Caravan – It had been snowing hard since the 10th. Scrappy, Dora and l were hemmed in to the Fens – we would remain that way till the 27th October. Facebook Memory You know this is a design – these words are not new, they…

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Enter the 6th Annual SoCS Badge Contest! —

It’s that time of year again: time to retire our pretty 2018-2019 Stream of Consciousness Saturday badge. We’ve loved Pamela’s badge every week for the last fourteen months. This weekend’s SoCS prompt will end its wonderful reign. Thank you so much, Pamela! Unfortunately, I get a warning when I try to go to her website, […]

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Your Go-To Home Style Glossary —

With the exciting addition of Home on Poshmark, amazing finds transcend the closet and now can make their way to your living spaces. This guide dives into popular interior design styles to help you add some HGTV-worthy flair to your listing descriptions and define the styles you love to make shopping for home on Poshmark […]

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OctPoWriMo Day 17 – Family — Ladyleemanila

Have two brothers and a sister We used to play and blister Always fun with them and cousins A lots of us by the dozen Sometimes we quarrel then amends Have fun with cousins and with friends Partners in crimes and in troubles A lots of us by the dozen Played on the street and […]

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Ragtag Daily Prompt Thursday: How Green is Blue

The prompt for today is How Green is Blue.

This is a chance to use this phrase to inspire you to create a post. It can be anything – poetry, prose, a drawing, a photograph, wherever the phrase sends you.
Compose a post on your interpretation of “How Green is Blue” and let us know what the prompt means to you in words and/or pictures. You know the rules. Use #RagtagDailyPrompt, #RDP as tags. Add photo challenge or #Photography if you’re sharing an image or images, as specific tags make your posts easier for fellow bloggers. Pingback your posts to this page or copy-paste your links in this posts comment thread. And while you’re around, browse through the other posts bloggers have posted.

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Your Daily Word Prompt – Specter – October 17, 2019

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Today’s Word:         Specter

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Your Daily Word Prompt – Smitten – October 16, 2019

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Today’s Word:         Smitten

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How to Move On When You Make a Mistake

If you are like most people, then you have probably lost quite a bit of sleep to ruminating on past mistakes. Everyone does that. They lay in their bed at night and just as they are about to sleep, they start dwelling on some mistake they made. Sometimes the mistake was yesterday and sometimes the mistake was a decade ago. Thankfully, there are a lot of different strategies that you can try to make getting over a mistake a lot easier. In this article, you will find out a few different ways that you can get over mistakes, no matter how severe.

 

Look for Some Positives

 

No matter how severe a mistake is, there is a good chance that it may have some positive aspects to it. You have to try and look for a silver lining in any mistake and focus on that, instead of the negatives. A good example of this would be mistakes that cause you to learn something. We all make mistakes, but we also all learn from our mistakes as well. Focus less on the mistake, and more on what you learned as a result of the mistake.

 

Look at the Mistake in Context

 

One thing about humans is that we tend to really overinflate the impact of mistakes in our mind. Sometimes it can be helpful to try and distance yourself from a mistake and ask yourself “did it really matter in the end?” This happens a lot with social gaffes. People say the wrong thing to someone and assume that the other person was very offended by it and is thinking about it; however, the reality is often that the person has forgotten about the conversation entirely. So, it is worth distancing yourself from a mistake and asking if the mistake is really as bad as you are making it out to be.

 

Do Something to Make Amends

 

A big reason why so many people dwell on mistakes is that they don’t ever do anything to make up for the mistake. Making up for the mistake, if that’s possible, can really help you to stop dwelling on it. Obviously, this doesn’t apply to every mistake, but if you can think of a way to try and repair the damage done by a mistake that you made, that will go a long way towards helping you to overcome the mistake and move on.

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