Arlyn Smith

Never lose hope ! ❤️ for LIFE!


Ok, today’s lesson…just kidding! You all,my peers,etc. help ME!!! So thanks to you all for sharing everything with me. Advice, support, the good, the bad; it all makes a difference. I garner my strength from other’s experiences. Trust me, it would have been a piece of cake to give up long ago,but people encouraged me to wait it out,not to give up, and sometimes you just have to put one foot in front of the other and act as if; but important: do not throw in the towel. I listen to other people (truly listen), read blogs, research,etc. I know if I do not stay attentive and curious, I could very well miss out on something. As to paying attention to people, well like I said, the people in my life are very important to me so it is obviously pertinent to me every joy and pain they deal with.

Mental: Sometimes you just have to “walk” through things; it may be very hard, but it will feel great on the other side. The saying says “It’s always darkest before the dawn”. Often in that dark, it seems like  there will be no dawn; usually we want results quickly and do not want to wait. At times, progress takes time; but do not give up, who knows. The outcome might be even better than you expect!

Physical: Fight through it! I do not mean if you have a real medical situation! But if you are just tired or don’t “feel like it”, don’t stop. Just like the mental, it is difficult to stay motivated when you’re frustrated by not seeing instantanious results, but such results take hard work and dedication; you will get there you just have to stick with it.

Social: Remain open to the world around you; absorb your environment and the people/world around you. Think:you are the result of your experiences, these obviously have a huge impact. Therefore, it would make sense that negative makes for negative and positive for POSITIVE! Tips on this idea. Law of attraction

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About Me

An English diarist and naval administrator. I served as administrator of the Royal Navy and Member of Parliament. I had no maritime experience, but I rose to be the Chief Secretary to the Admiralty under both King Charles II and King James II through patronage, diligence, and my talent for administration.


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