Love your sister

We all love our sisters and wish no harm upon them, yet jump into bed with a different girl every day. You wouldn’t do anything to hurt her, yet cheat on your wife/partner repeatedly. 

You would protect her with all you have yet you hit your misses over and over… Your sister is the apple of your eye. 

Mum always said the way you treat girls is the way guys will treat your sister. Respect them, treat them right and don’t let momentary satisfaction cost your sisters lifetime happiness.

Keep her close to your heart and let that guide your judgment with the ladies.

Also How your sister sees you treat your partner will be the way she thinks she deserves to be treated. 

Remember that.


Growing up there was such an emphasis on respecting your elders, wether you were 6months younger or 6years you always knew how to treat & talk to the elderly. Respect is earned I agree, but so is your place in society. I feel respect is gone out the window. You maybe smarter then someone but don’t be arrogant, don’t talk a certain way to someone cause he has less then you, If you’re a boss to a older person, you don’t also have to be a dick because you have authority. You can still tell someone to do something in a respectful manner. I see it from home to the shop to the work place. It’s everywhere and what’s scary is no one says anything. When it becomes normal it’s accepted. Old people standing up on busses and trains cause our feet are sore from a night out so we sit. No please and thank you because we’re only doing our job. Just casually swearing cause he’s my mate and we’re just joking around. Know where to draw the line. These are just a few of many. Lifestyle changes have a lot to do with money these days. But this ones for free. 

Work to live, don’t live to work.

Most of us bring our work and jobs home, we live and breathe it. Why, it should be a small part of who and what we are. Make your work, work for you. 

Don’t let it define you. If you’ve had a bad day in the office so what. 

Turn up tomorrow and make it a better one. Don’t dwell on it, be happy that you have a job. Let it be a part of you not the best of you. Certainly don’t let it be the all of you.

Changing it up

When You feel like You’re doing the same thing everyday, make an effort to do something different, if you take the same way to work everyday maybe today you take another route or even bus train or walk, if you have the same coffee everyday maybe try a tea, juice or other. Don’t be predictable even to yourself. We often feel like we’re stuck in a rut but instead of looking at making drastic changes just a little tweak to your day is all that’s needed. 

Spice things up every so often it’s refreshing.

 I did I just bought handcuffs. 


Don’t tell everyone your vision, don’t tell everyone what your dreaming, don’t tell everyone what your goal is. Don’t tell everyone what you’re seeing. Most people won’t understand, even your friends not even close. They will tell you every reason why you shouldn’t instead of how you should chase your goal. Don’t worry about small minded people in the grand scheme of things their opinions don’t even matter. 

What do you think

I’ve been told I’m fat, 

I’ve been told I’m skinny. 

I’ve been told I’m black 

I’ve been told I’m pretty. 

I’ve been told I’m young 

I’ve been told I’m old, 

I’ve been called a monkey 

I’ve been called a bald. 

Some say I’m hairy 

some say I’m stupid 

some think I’m dumb, 

some say I’m Cupid. 
You too can have your opinion, 

but what I think of me 

is far more important then 

what you think you can see..

If you’re on time you’re late.

I like to think my biggest attribute is punctuality. I pride myself on it. I’ve learned over the years that being on time is late. Late use to be cool but being late on isn’t.. it may be alright for you to waste your own time but please don’t be disrespectful enough to waste someone else’s. The cruelest thing you can do is keep someone waiting, or not turn up at all. We only have a certain amount of time a day. Don’t let anyone waste your time, in return be kind enough to do the same. Value someone’s time as much as you would like them to respect yours.