Hours, minutes, seconds and moments pass by you. Time evolves around your life, every second is left with a thought. A wasted moment forgotten through time.
Though time is easily forgotten, a feeling is not quite. Foolish to think, you are to fool yourself. You smile a thousand times, yet your heart stays dull. It wraps itself a blindfold, refusing to see the world, your smile becomes its eyes, though its sight still, remains blurred.
Memories, and feelings, thoughts and reveries, all flood back in one wasted bundle.
So many chances, so many ideas-all wasted. All because of the thought of how life would react to it? All because of the fear kept inside you? All because your heart just wouldn’t let go of its cursed blindfold?
Its time to untie it. Its time to see the world. Its time to see life. Its time to stop being afraid. You do not realise, the strength of your own voice. Reveal yourself and be the change you want to see in the world.
Excuse the inexcusable, break the unbreakable, accept the unacceptable and do the impossible.
Remember, to continue to grow and evolve. Remember to take care of every moment. But most of all, remember that life itself is nothing but a road. All you need to do is follow it.
Take back your Power. Get away from people and situations that are preventing your growth. Carve out time to work on getting clear about what you want to be happy and fulfilled. Become positively selfish. Eliminate all drama and takers from your life. Decide to create a loving, enjoyable stress free zone for your mental health and well-being.
You can be happy in spite of the bills, toxic environment and craziness going on around you. Take back your power and let people handle their own stuff. If you died today they will figure out what to do. Work on your dream. Create space for something exciting and adventurous in your life. You deserve the best that life has to offer.
Charlottesville, Richmond, and Newport News were named among the nation’s “Top 100 Places To live 2014″, according to Livability.
The rankings were based on a variety of factors, including local economics, quality and availability of healthcare, affordability, quality of education and infrastructure, and local amenities such as parks, museums, and music venues.
Charlottesville scored #26 on the list: “A strong support for arts and culture lend to the city’s visual and intellectual appeal, and literature lovers will feel right at home in this Top 10 City for Book Lovers.”
Richmond was ranked #57: “The city has a strong business climate with several Fortune 500 and Fortune 1000 companies, as well as small businesses […] Richmond also features a variety of attractions and activities, and is home to a thriving restaurant scene.
And Newport News was #77: “Newport News scored high in the areas of health care and amenities as well as demographics.”
Livability also cited as other best places to live in Virginia outside the top 100 as: Abingdon, Alexandria, Bedford, Blacksburg, Centreville, Chesapeake, Danville, Lynchburg, Martinsville, Reston, and Suffolk.
Charlottesville is also listed by Livability as one of the “Top 10 Romantic Cities,” and Alexandria made the company’s list of “Top 10 Foodie Cities.”
The pace of Virginia homes sales increased in February but only by 3.15% despite decreasing unemployment and mortgage interest rates. Prices remained fairly stable and days on the market continued to increase, indicating low demand rather than restricted supply. So what is holding back demand? Even though the market is not picking up as fast as it did last year (sales are down 7.55% from February 2013), many housing economists predict that 2014 will be the strongest sales year since the Great Recession. Since interest rates and employment are working in the market’s favor, winter weather seems like the main barrier for buyers and is certainly a barrier for builders. Although access to credit may be slowing the housing recovery to some degree, we expect to see better performance in the Virginia housing market once we are free of snow and ice. Long-term decreases in unemployment, stable interest rates, stable prices, and new inventory coming onto the market should all bode well for spring sales.