It’s funny. When we’re little kids, we spend so much time wishing that we would get bigger or be able to do what big grown ups do. Remember those days. Now, we are an adults and what happens now.
If the truth were to be told, now that I’m all grown up, I really would love to be a kid again. I mean, think about it. No worries all. Just eat, sleep, go to school and have fun.
It would be awesome to go back to those days and even though I know I can’t physically, I can go there in my mind. I can make an effort not to worry as much about things I can’t control and have more fun in life.
In fact, I think all adults should give this a try. Instead of trying to be so grown up and in charge of everything, how about just relaxing and chilling out for a bit and allowing life to flow just like we did when we were kids? That’s an idea, huh?
So kids if you’re listening, please enjoy your childhood. You only get 18 years and then the rest of the time on this earth you’re an adult. On another note, if you are one of those unfortunate kids who didn’t enjoy your childhood, there is nothing to stop you from doing so now at any age. You really can have fun as live everyday with joy and happiness. Give it a try and life can be better than you ever thought.
I don’t know about you, but when I grow up I want to be a kid again.
The one good thing I am finding about a layoff is that it is a time when a person can reinvent themselves and create a totally new path or career. Normally a layoff can make a person sad, but if you are one of the more resourceful people in the world, this can be an open door to something completely new.
Now we all know that starting over may not be easy, but it is possible to turn a bad situation in to something awesome. Remember, when you are down there is no where to go but up. Create a new career, create a new company or create a new product. No matter what, it is up to you. The world is yours to do whatever it is you choose. Create your own path and turn an ending into a new beginning.
One would think in a economic down turn, that it would not be the best time to start a business, but that could not be further from the truth. Perhaps when the the job market is at its worst, there is nothing to lose.
That is what I decided. I had already gotten laid off from a job enjoyed so how hard could working for myself be? I was a risk taker with an entrepreneurial spirit so why not take the leap. Why not just spend a little time and money on creating something for myself. That is when the idea for my writing and digital business came about.
I decided to incorporate Writerjudy, Inc. Now, that the company is off the ground, my goal is to network and solicit clients for business. I know it may take a moment to grown before coming the next Google or Facebook, but perhaps this is the fun part. Instead of rushing to make billions, I will just enjoy the journey and go from there.
See ya on the NASDAQ and NYSE.
Each week, films come and go in cinema, but there is always the kind of film that stays with you no matter what. There is a story that is told that sticks in your memory and prompts you to want to share it will everyone that comes across your path. That is the story of love, betrayal, disappointment and most of all deception.
The story is about an urban love triangle, set within the record industry. A raw film noir with a extremely intriguing and thought provoking plot. In addition to her acting ability, Ms. Monét is one of the few female theatrical distributors through her company AM Releasings/Greta Joanne Entertainment. After the New York premiere, Ms. Monét will take the film to Accra, Ghana for a theatrical release engagement. In fact, this is the first US Company to ever have a release in Ghana.The film will also have engagements in Miami, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Chicago, London, and Paris.
The stellar cast includes Shiek Mahmud-Bey from films such as ‘Nightfalls on Manhattan‘ and ‘BuffaloSoldiers’ along with Angelique Monét, ‘East New York‘ Jas Anderson from ‘Brooklyn‘s Finest’ and Meah Pace from the TV show ‘R U the Girl’. ‘Deceptive’ was premiered at Marchedu Film during the prestigious Festival de Cannes(France), and also won the Audience Choice Award at the HamptonsBlack International Film Festival 2010.
The Location of the film Premiere.
FILM PREMIERE OF DECEPTIVE
(Industry, Media, and Press Event) Tickets available on-site
Location: Big Cinemas, 239 East 59th Street
Time: 6:00 PM Thursday, October 28th
The film opens to the general public October 29th-November 4th. For show times please go toBig Cinemas.