You're Creating Your Tomorrow Today

Posted by Pam Young

Jul 13, 2020 1:30:48 PM


At this very moment, you are creating your tomorrow with your habitual thoughts and behaviors you have today. If you love the consequences of these habits, you’re on a magnificent journey through this life you’ve been given. But if you don’t particularly like the way your life is going right now, you have the power to choose new thoughts that’ll create wonderful consequences for your tomorrow.

Do you know who Ordelle Daily is? She’s a fictitious character I drummed up to explain what a BO (Born Organized) is.


Ordelle is a powerhouse of habit. Here’s a poem I wrote about her. I’ll warn you ahead of time; it’s got a sad ending.



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Carbs and COVID-19

Posted by Pam Young

Jul 11, 2020 8:18:41 PM





If you've gained some weight since the quarantine, it just might be that your inner child has been a little down. They don't call "comfort foods" comfort foods for nothing...they're comforting. Along with comfort food, there's sick food. That's what you got when you were a child and sick. My childhood sick food was ice cream, 7-Up and popsicles. Although I haven't been sick during this time, I do have a heart condition (atrial fibrillation) and because of COVID-19 I've been unable to have what they call an ablation because it's considered an "elective" surgery. It has a 70% success rate and I've been scheduled to have it July 29! It was originally scheduled for April 8, and I've been waiting all this time.

Nelly (my inner child) has been extremely upset by this and has insisted we have "sick" food. That one notion has put two half gallons of chocolate ice cream in our freezer and ultimately in me in the last three months. ICE CREAM, full of sugar, full of carbs.

One of my mottos is: "If you don't buy it, you can't eat it." It's at the point of purchase where all your power is. So if you've been a little depressed and felt sorry for yourself, when you go to the grocery store you need to have a parking lot talk before you go in. Say something like, "I know these are hard times, but buying carbs will not change anything except the size of your clothes." When you get out of a store without succumbing to your inner child's demands, you'll get home with a sense of power and you'll eliminate many power struggles you'd face having a half-gallon of ice cream in your freezer. I think Nelly and I had 10 fights per gallon.

Remember In the course of three months you could easily put on 10 pounds and here are the three main reasons why. 


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Need a Faith Lift?

Posted by Pam Young

Jul 6, 2020 3:17:23 PM


Years ago my good friend Carole shared with me a turning point in her life. I don't remember the circumstance that prompted her life-changing experience. It could've been the day she fell through the ceiling rummaging around in their attic looking for a special box of cherished, but stored, keepsakes. She was eight months pregnant (that unborn is now in his 50s). Or it could have been the time she got locked out of the house with the bathtub running and half the house flooded. I could call her and get the reason, because she'd remember, but it's 5:00 am and she wouldn't appreciate the call. Anyway it's not important. What's important is she was at one of those extremely hard times we all can experience as humans.Read on to see what she said.

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