Highly Reviewed Video Baby Monitor 50% off. Reg. $74.99 now just $35.49

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You can save 50% off of this Video Baby Monitor with Digital Camera, Temperature Monitor and Night Vision and more, from Anmeate with PROMO CODE: 50I8MRDJ, through 11/15 while supplies last.

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Has excellent reviews. Makes a great gift.

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Product Review: Alera Shelving & Garment Rack

I recently bought this rack by Alera after wanting it for quite a while. I needed a place to store clothing, shoes and some boxes for a bedroom that doesn’t have a closet.  A friend of mine ordered one a couple of years ago and I was so impressed at the quality and capacity. I like to get everything for a deal, so I was a little hesitant as this was running for about $125. I waited a bit and I ended up getting it for a little less. It arrived at my home in a fairly modest size box.  I couldn’t image this would be the rack I envisioned. I took it out of the box, followed the fairly simple directions and had this bad boy put up in about 15 min. By myself. No help from the husband.  I am very pleased with this shelving and garment rack by Alera.  It  was well worth the money.

It holds a max capacity of 500lbs. With option for up to 350lbs. per shelf.  If you are looking for a sturdy solid garment rack with extras, I highly recommend this one. It really is a portable closet.

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Partial Book Review: Kathie Lee Gifford, The Rock, The Road, and the Rabbi.

Are you looking for a new book to read? One that can help you grow spiritually? Check out Kathie Lee Gifford’s latest book entitled, The Rock, The Road and The Rabbi. My Journey into the Heart of Scriptural Faith and The Land Where it All Began.  She takes us on a journey to learn more about the original text of the scriptures in the Hebrew and Greek languages and their meanings. Using visual imagery, she describes the sights she saw while in Israel. This really helps  bring to life  and give a new and deeper understanding of the scriptures and of God himself.

I got all of this just by listening to the Free Audio Sample of The Rock, The Road and The Rabbi that was recorded by Kathie Lee Gifford, herself.  I listened to this the other day and was glad I did. I could feel the love and passion Kathie has for the Lord and sharing the message of the gospel.  I was considering buying the hardcover book…and I still may, but I know for sure I want the audio version!  You can listen to a snippet of it yourself, for free here.

Release date is March 6th, but you can pre-order today.

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Putting Up Emotional Fences… to Keep Our Emotions in Check

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I am just finishing up a book by Chief Meteorologist at ABC News, Ginger Zee entitled, Natural Disaster. I Cover Them. I Am One. In this book Ginger is very open about her many struggles, including her depression, suicide attempt and abusive relationships.  I am just amazed at how candid she is about these very personal issues.  I am hopeful now that as mental health and abuse are being more openly discussed, they are losing their stigma of secrecy and shame.

Ginger shared something that is very helpful to her in battling depression (and being sucked into negative relationships). It is something that she learned from her therapist, Dr. Wilson. It’s what she referred to as “putting up a fence”. It is visual imagery that helps one to not take on the feelings of another person. For example, if someone is angry or negative, we have to realize that those are their feelings not ours.  We can empathize with them but we can put up an imaginary fence between us so that their feelings don’t become ours. It helps us to be aware. Everyone is entitled to their own feelings but we don’t have to take on someone else’s to care about that person.

Often times, we could be in a great mood and then someone else comes in who is in a funk and that brings us down as well.  I hate that.  As human beings we often feed off of others emotions.  If we can be aware that we don’t have to let others dictate our feelings in a negative way, it just may help us to stay on a better emotional path. As Ginger mentioned in her book, “stay in your lane.”   That’s right. Stay in your emotional lane. However, if you are the one in the funky mood and someone around you is in an upbeat, positive mood, then I think a lane crossing is a good idea.

Putting up fences or staying in my lane in regards to other’s negative feelings is something I definitely want to work on. I have a tendency of taking on other people’s feelings. I need to recognize that those are their feelings, not mine. This idea seems to be a good one for all of us, to help keep our own mental health in check.

I am going to try to put this into practice in my own life. Moving foward, living fearlessly!



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