This is without a doubt the best quote on weight loss that I have ever heard. This must be the easiest way to articulate the process by far. Continue reading The best weight loss quote ever.
Have you ever been to Pilgrims Rest in South Africa? It is like the final frontier. I mean, this place is like a museum! A small olden day mining town in the mountainous region of Mpumalanga, formally known as Eastern Transvaal.
Generally the going here is pretty tough and I can’t help but to wonder what it must have been like living during the gold rush that happened in these parts all those years back. Driving vehicles like this and using technology that, well, no – there was no tech back then. 🙂
Take a look at this car, it ran for 20 years or so. How did they get spares to service and maintain for such a long time before it finally gave in to the environment? I think that people must have been pretty tough and resourceful back then.
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Been on a little break from therandomg.com and I am super pleased to be back online. I have missed you all and am already working on some brand new shiny content for you.
Can’t wait to see you around!
First off I would like to thank Don Charisma for nominating me for this award, you have really made my day friend. Don Charisma is a blogging champion with thousands of followers and online friends so for him to stop by therandomg is just awesome!
My nominees for this award are:
- The Average South African
- LAURA MACKY
- The Divine Epic
- The Daily Post
- DEAR HUMAN ~ LETTERS TO HUMANITY
- The Otaku Judge
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- Display the Award on your Blog.
- Announce your win with a blog post and thank the Blogger who awarded you. Do not lump this award with any other award in a “basket”, “bouquet” or “collection” etc, I would rather you didn’t accept the award.
- Present 10 deserving Bloggers with the Award.
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My Song Choice for this situation.
Hit play and give it 20 seconds, you see why I like it. These guys really can jam.
I saw this while walking around the block today. The Poinsettia Tree or Shrub. Did you know that the requirement for this plant to change colors is 12 hours of darkness for 5 days in a row. This is called Photoperiodism.
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Loads of it.
This is in response to the Weekly Photo Challenge.
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Here are some more photos from our trip to some of South Africa’s wildest and most spectacular scenery that I have come across in all my years here. I hope that you like them. Continue reading Bourke’s Luck Potholes – South Africa
I would like my friends to read this.
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About letting go.
Do you realize that it’s fear of change that encourages you to hold onto things that are no longer serving you in a positive way?
Every person on earth struggles with with change. Every Single Person.
When you find yourself sitting and thinking about how much you dislike your life or how unhappy you are, you simply must change things.
Often the only way to be free from that which is holding you down is indeed scary. But you can do it.
You are wired to face fear and overcome it. Don’t let anyone or any circumstance steal your joy and rob you of your precious moments of life.
Change can cause turmoil this is true. And letting go can be hard. But when you realize that you are stronger then your feelings, you will discover that letting go isn’t so difficult after all.
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I hope you like these. Personally, I am quite pleased with the way they turned out…
These photos of South African Waterfalls were taken with a Pentax “point and shoot” camera while on holiday with my family in Eastern Transvaal – Mpumalanga. Continue reading South African Waterfalls – Mpumalanga