Wrong and fearless. A Dangerous combination. And you, my friend is guilty by association.

Hi, I’m Loyce and these are things to consider as you peruse this blog. First, the quest for wisdom and knowledge is not complete.

Second, the majority of my posts are linked to one another. This should come as no surprise as nothing in our thinking functions independently.

Third, I am no social scientist, nor preacher. I’m just a seamstress whose job is to tailor and fashion what I’ve read and learned, to put in terms what others can adapt.

Although this blog may not hold the key to happiness, at the very least it acts as insurance against too much self-induced unhappiness.

Indeed, my wish is quite simple: if we could learn to recognize and evade the biggest errors in thinking – in our private lives, at work or in government – we might experience a leap in prosperity. We need no extra cunning, no new ideas, no unnecessary gadgets, no frantic hyperactivity – all we need is less irrationality.

How to spot and Redcard a Toxic person

Toxic individuals have the uncanny ability to transfer their negative feelings onto others. After an interaction with such a person, you are often times left feeling emotions that are not your own. It is as if you temporarily borrow their negative lens to view the world. Log onto loyceloca.wordpress.com

Guilty Pleasures Two; When Junk Food Seems To Satisty

It’s the 21st century and “junk food” has gone global. For better or for worse, junk food is now available all over the world. We see it almost everywhere we go — in grocery and convenience stores, fast-food restaurants, on television — usually looking very appealing.

Stop Pouring From An Empty Cup

Have you ever heard of the age-long maxim that you can’t give what you don’t have? Remember to take care of yourself first. You can’t pour from an empty cup! Excerpt for more of these log onto loyceloca.wordpress.com


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