I was hanging out with my little cousins, and they showed me this video. I couldn't stop laughing. I hope you guys enjoy!
It's no secret life becomes busy and we tend to see less of people. Most of the time it could be family. I kept it a goal to stay close to mine, even on the days I was super busy. At times I did forget and didn't realize how important family really is.
That's why today I am doing a friendly reminder of how important it is to have fun with your family. To spend time with them and to enjoy each other.
I mean we can be totally crazy around them? Enjoy your holiday weekended!
I know basically everyone has a snapchat these days, but years ago when it first came out I had the most scaring experience ever...
I was trying to learn how to use the app and I had contacts who were using Snap. It was a bright Saturday morning when I snapped a picture of me just waking up. Not knowing what I was doing I pressed the arrow and it ended up going to everyone in my contacts. The panic sank deep as I realized people were opening it.
Never the less I deleted everything and about a few months ago I returned. I don't use it often, but after many years I have forgiven Snapchat for the emotional distress it caused!
Ever since the 6th grade I was obsessed with Nancy Drew Computer Games. I was 11 when I first started to play them, I am now 24.
All 32 desktop games are on my bookshelf, but that doesn't include the ones I have for console, or my cellphone.
Like I said...obsessed.
There is just something about playing Nancy Drew that gets me excited. Each games takes you around the world on a different adventure. During the gameplay you are Nancy Drew. You don't see her because you are her eyes, her eyes and her mind, which focuses in on the mystery plus her personal life. Truly you become so involved that when something happens you jump out of your seat. Trying to find hidden doors, reading up on the history, talking to suspects, following a trail of clues and then putting the pieces together to solve the crimes being committed is a rewarding feeling. It isn't an easy game.
Don't miss out on all the fun...you never know what mystery is lurking beyond the door!
What is life without happiness?
How do you get happiness?
Positivity. True positivity.
Funny story. I don't know about you, but me, I love shoes!
The other day I got a call from my Grandma and a few days prior from my Mom. Both of them told me, "Paul you have about 2 big bags of shoes here. I need you to go through them."
Granted, I have like two closest at my home filled with them. Today on style Monday I share one male, and one female shoe from the call it spring collection! It's my favorite line of shoes.
Lance Stewart is my favorite ever. His videos are going to be posted a lot on my lifestyle blog. He and his Gram remind me so much of how the relationship with my Grandma is (Currently gathering footage of her and I...but she doesn't know LOL).
This video is a hilarious, and will make you laugh! I re-watch this at least once a week!
Laughing always puts you in the best mood! If you find him funny make sure to follow for more great laughs, his name has the link to his Facebook page! Hope you are laughing with me! Enjoy, xoxo
Today's round up I am sharing 3 game apps I am addicted to, literally. It's not secret I am a fan of videos games, but when it came to cellphone games I never really found ones to fit my interest. Recently though I've had more time on my hands because I wrapped up a lot of projects I was working on and found myself playing a few games by Glu.
I had time to reflect on issues pertaining in my family and felt it would be good share with all my readers. I touch more in depth on family drama in my memoir, which is no where near ready for the public to see yet.
As I sat in front of my vanity to get inspiration a question popped into my mind, Why does every family fight?
Born Paul Travis on March 11th, 1992. By the age of two, he was writing poems and stories about anything that caught his attention. Since a young age his love for all types of music, and creating influenced his vision of making a positive impact with inspiring fierce confidence to help others define themselves. Later he would find his career as a writer and singer.