October152014
Growth @kinky_chicks1 @healthy_hair_journey  #naturalhair, #kinkyhair, #fro

Growth @kinky_chicks1 @healthy_hair_journey #naturalhair, #kinkyhair, #fro

October142014
And the winner is BHS 18-7….

And the winner is BHS 18-7….

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Loving the curls today….. @kinky_chicks1

Loving the curls today….. @kinky_chicks1

October82014
October62014
Day 4,5, and 6 #LetsGetFlexy hosted by @kinoyoga @beachyogagirl @aloyoga - with each day I rely on my source to provide with the will and strength to finish what I’ve started. I Corinthians 13:4 love is patience and is kind…. I look to that love to guilde me through all that I do and I know with time I will do the impossible… #holyyoga

Day 4,5, and 6 #LetsGetFlexy hosted by @kinoyoga @beachyogagirl @aloyoga - with each day I rely on my source to provide with the will and strength to finish what I’ve started. I Corinthians 13:4 love is patience and is kind…. I look to that love to guilde me through all that I do and I know with time I will do the impossible… #holyyoga

October52014

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October32014
heyfranhey:

Greatist writes:

Insomnia is defined as the inability to fall asleep, remain asleep, or get the amount of sleep an individual needs to wake up feeling rested. Its symptoms include difficulty falling asleep, frequent wake-ups during the night, waking up too early in the morning, daytime sleepiness, difficulty concentrating, and irritability. Insomnia can be acute (lasting one to several nights) or chronic (lasting from a month to years). It’s also the most common sleep complaint among Americans (especially women) [1].

Trouble sleeping is often a symptom of another disease or condition, such as depression, chronic pain, medications, or stress, which might explain why it’s so common [2] [3] [4]. Most often, insomnia stems from a combination of factors, including medical and psychological issues, scheduling issues, relationships conflicts, and behavioral factors (poor bedtime routines, physical hyperactivity, watching TV right before bed, etc.) [1].

Beyond Counting Sheep—Try These 32 Tips

Will be checking this out.

heyfranhey:

Greatist writes:

Insomnia is defined as the inability to fall asleep, remain asleep, or get the amount of sleep an individual needs to wake up feeling rested. Its symptoms include difficulty falling asleep, frequent wake-ups during the night, waking up too early in the morning, daytime sleepiness, difficulty concentrating, and irritability. Insomnia can be acute (lasting one to several nights) or chronic (lasting from a month to years). It’s also the most common sleep complaint among Americans (especially women) [1].

Trouble sleeping is often a symptom of another disease or condition, such as depression, chronic pain, medications, or stress, which might explain why it’s so common [2] [3] [4]. Most often, insomnia stems from a combination of factors, including medical and psychological issues, scheduling issues, relationships conflicts, and behavioral factors (poor bedtime routines, physical hyperactivity, watching TV right before bed, etc.) [1].

Beyond Counting Sheep—Try These 32 Tips

Will be checking this out.

8AM
Missed posting yesterday but I am committed to seeing this month challenge through so here is a double dose - Day 2/Day3 - #LetsGetFlexy - with each day this month as I come to the mat I want to release it all to Him - @aloyoga @beachyogagirl @kinoyoga #yogachallenge #yogapractice #yogaeverydamnday #igyogafamily #instayoga #yogalove #breath #progress #strength #blackgirlsdoyoga #blackyogis #beautifullyimperfect

Missed posting yesterday but I am committed to seeing this month challenge through so here is a double dose - Day 2/Day3 - #LetsGetFlexy - with each day this month as I come to the mat I want to release it all to Him - @aloyoga @beachyogagirl @kinoyoga #yogachallenge #yogapractice #yogaeverydamnday #igyogafamily #instayoga #yogalove #breath #progress #strength #blackgirlsdoyoga #blackyogis #beautifullyimperfect

October22014

Anonymous said: Hi peter, I've been reading the bible a lot more recently, however, I've been a little bit confused as to who my enemies are? I don't have any enemies that I am aware of, who is the bible referring to?

peterdwebb:

Sounds a little bit like the guy that asked Jesus “who’s my neighbor?” and Jesus basically said, “everybody you see that’s in need.”

Your enemies could be really obvious. People that want to kill you. There are folks out there that want to kill me for no other reason than I’m an American. They don’t know me, they just hate my country. 

Same thing for my religion. There are some out there in the world that if they could, would kill me for the Jesus I preach.

Those are the extreme enemies. Pray for them. Do good to them. 

There are those that don’t like you. Those who you’ve wronged, maybe without even knowing, who want to see you fail. 

Pray for them. Do good to them. 

There are those that have wronged you. Maybe they don’t even realize it.

Forgive them. Pray for them. Do good to them. 

There are those that disagree with you. Those that believe that you’re stupid for believing what you do. Those that might speak badly about you personally, or lumped in with “those believers.”

Pray for them. Do good to them.

Every past relationship, every disliked professor, every thief, every cheat. Love everybody, especially the ones that are difficult to love. Do good to people. Treat them as more important than yourself. Treat them as something valuable, because Jesus gave His life for them as much as He did for you. 

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