A Big THANKS for 950 followers, 1010 visitors, 44 wordpress followers & blog structure completed finally & all this in less than 2 months.

Looks like I am reaching a milestone in my blogging journey and guess I am not sure how much time I am going to place now but I feel like whenever I find something good again online or in my brain, I will surely be up here again but these are the stats that kinda keep me jumping

950 followers, 1002 visitors, 42 wordpress followers & blog structure completed.

Thanks again to all you guys. Its really amazing being on blogosphere.




13 July 2013
Weartard: A word I started using too often recently (or I invented) meaning “Very Retard”. 
You may say being a nerd is something wrong but I feel being a weartard is the worst thing to happen to anybody because only thing you happen to have inside you is your ego and unluckily so many ppl out there are weartards and they don’t even bother to check upon themselves.

Motivation zone of the blog

Drifting aside from the ages long discussion that whether a human being can be motivated or not, I guess why not try to motivate ourselves and in an attempt to do so I have dedicated a complete category named motivazione and a special post mejores-frases to this effort. Meanwhile on this page I am listing a few quotes that have been of paramount importance to me.

  • depends on how long I hold the glass of water
  • Denny Crane: [talking to Alan on the balcony] The only thing to be scared of son is tomorrow. I don’t live for tomorrow. Never saw the fun in it.
  • There’s no tomorrow – Denny Crane / “If today were the last day of my life, would I want to do what I am about to do today?” – Steve Jobs.
  • War doesn’t decide who was correct but rather who lasted.
  • Sorry Boss, I forgot breathing ( Million Dollar Baby)/ You have to learn to hold your breath (Never Back Down 1/2).
  • The person who reads too much and uses his brain a little,falls into lazy habit of thinking too much.

Blog Structure Completed? and jumping from 220+ visitors to 300+ in a single day

While walking to Blogging was such a relief initially but looks like I have been able to achieve a working standard structure for the blog after spending around 18 days. Gosh is blogging going to take so much time but the satisfaction is seeing getting enough visitors and jumping from 220+ visitors to 300+ in a single day which was yesterday , 77 visitors, best day so far . Ta da: )

That Crazy Concept Called Forgiveness

Mended Musings

My husband found this blowing in the wind on our street. These kids understand love. I want to be like them. My husband found this blowing in the wind on our street. These kids understand love. I want to be like them.

Something amazing happened to me and it’s deep. Believe it or not, I actually write about more than assholes and Barbie dolls. (On a side note, I promised my cousin Barb that I’d start referring to 20-somethings as amaze-holes instead. It’s more fitting, don’t you think?

I did something kind of crazy. I friended the girl who bullied me in elementary school on Facebook. And she accepted. And we talked. And we connected, really connected for the first time in about 35 years. And something amazing happened inside of me and I hope inside of her too.

When I had my kids, I started working through my feelings about being bullied and I came to a place where I understood that she and I were both victims of…

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21 Signs You Really Are Becoming An Adult

Hannah Gale


1. Red wine. You paired it with steak ONCE and then it happened. A horrendous lifetime love affair. FFS.

2. Lemon. Not as in I’ll have a lemon and sugar pancake, as in, I’ll choose the zingy lemon dessert over the dirty, melty, scrumptious chocolate fudge cake. Oh.

3. Pains. Pains with no causes. Oh my lower back, oh my overpowering stress headache, oh my shoulders, oh woe is me I’m old.

4. You own enough items for ‘clutter’. ACTUAL CLUTTER LIKE YOUR WEIRD AUNTIE HAS. Old ornaments and photo frames and books and papers and stuff. That’s it, stuff.

5. You understand how it’s possible to have 17 cups of tea, even in summer. It’s just so damn British and soothing in any situation.

6. Comfy pants are the absolute bees knees.

7. Board games and a good book totally trump 3am raves EVERY TIME.

8. You have a keen…

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Is Fear Driving You Forward or Dragging You Under?

Kristen Lamb's Blog

This GORGEOUS image via Flickr Creative Commons, courtesy of Aimannesse Photography This GORGEOUS image via Flickr Creative Commons, courtesy of Aimannesse Photography

Fear is a funny thing. We all experience it. Fear can be positive. It can keep us out of danger. It can stop us from making a super dumb decision, like getting in a car with a driver who’s been drinking too much. Fear can drive us to change for the better. At the same time, fear can cripple and, in extreme cases, can be deadly (I.e. suicide). Fear kills more dreams than failure ever has.

Fear is something we have to understand and respect. It’s a feeling and feelings do lie. Are feelings useful? Of course. But they can be affected by so many outside influences we are foolish to solely rely on them for guidance. Feelings can be affected by weather, diet, lack of exercise, a flat tire, a pile of unopened mail, stress, and on and on…

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My 20s (The Asshole Years)

Mended Musings

your 20s

I have two younger brothers in their 20’s. The older of the two is turning 29 this year and in honor of his last year as a twenty-something, I’m sharing my take on this important decade.

Dear Brothers,
When I was in my 20’s I was a real asshole, as was just about everyone I’ve ever known who passed through that decade. I’m not at all saying that you two specifically are assholes and I don’t mean to offend anyone reading this. Every decade that we have the honor of living gets summed up with the virtue of hindsight and I like to refer to my 20’s as The Asshole Years. I use the word as a way to describe how people in their 20’s are sometimes perceived and if we’re lucky enough to be over 30, we were assholes too (and might still be). These are my experiences and…

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