Si quiere tener más dinero, haga espacio para él.
Al menos una vez al mes, aparte un tiempo para limpiar su cartera, billetera o maletín.
Si tiene su billetera o cartera llena de recibos, papeles, documentos u otras cosas, no habrá espacio para el dinero. Empiece por colocar sus recibos o cuentas en un sobre de manila y sólo cárguelos ahí.
En su billetera o monedero sólo cargue cheques, dinero o déjelo vacío con la firme intención de recibir con alegría todo el dinero que está reservado para usted y que simplemente está esperando a que usted haga espacio para él.
Este ritual para atraer dinero suena simple pero es muy efectivo. Recuerde que para manifestar algo en su vida, siempre debe alinear su energía con este propósito y reservando un tiempo para crear espacio para el dinero, activa este propósito y empieza a recibir
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Sunset in the Window last August. Summer time in big Bend is special for many reasons but one reason is that the sun sets in the window at this time of year. Join me for a photography tour or workshop in Big Bend National Park this summer!
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This is a night shot of Six Flags Over Texas in Arlington, Texas. Six Flags has been a staple of Arlington since 1961 when Angus Wayne developed the first Six Flags in Arlington after visiting Disneyland.
For anyone who has grown up in Arlington, you always know when it is Christmas because the large Christmas tree would be displayed on the observation tower. If you look on the left you can see the tree with the large white star on top.
To see a large view of the photo visit www.fineography.com/gallery.
So I took a trip out to Hamilton Pool the other day, and the place was amazing!!! One thing I have to say is don’t forget to go left!
I have lived in the Austin area for about six years now, and have never made it out to Hamilton Pool. Now let me explain, this was not for a lack of trying. We had gone out that way twice and wasn’t able to get in. This was before they started doing reservations, and the line to get in was a mile down the road and took about two hours.
I finally made it and the place is unbelievable!
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Welcome to the store K+M chocolates! Internationally acclaimed chef and restauranteur Thomas Keller and Italian photographer/filmmaker/screenwriter/olive oil innovator Armando Manni have teamed with chocolatier Chi Bui to create a chocolate which uses olive oil as an emulsifier. The result is a decadent, fruity, fair trade chocolate with approximately three times the antioxidants of “regular” chocolate. The dark bars are less bitter and the milk bars more flavorful. We try not too choose favorites when it comes to chocolate, but let’s just say that we eat K+M’s chocolate at breakfast, lunch and dinner. But only for the health benefits. .
Morrocan food. When was the last time you had it? For me it was four year ago when I was in....Morocco! 🇲🇦
I haven’t encountered many Moroccan restaurants when I travel. So, when I saw @moroccanbitestagine, I was intrigued. TBH I also needed a break from the TexMex queso fiesta in San Antonio.
Couscous and tagine are some of the most well known Moroccan dishes.I ordered the kefta tagine with saffron rice. Lamb meatballs are cooked in a spiced tomato sauce with an egg. This dish tasted just like the version I had in Morocco!
Next time I go I’ll get pastilla, which is meat(usually chicken or squab) mixed with spices and nuts, all wrapped in phyllo dough. It is baked and topped with powdered sugar and cinnamon. It’s the sweet/savory dish dreams are made of!
Whichever dish you pick, make sure you pair it with a mint tea. 🍵 Have you ever tried Moroccan food?
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John C. Collier Home ATLS-2791
——————————————————————————— This structure was built in 1877 as a residence for the founder of Mansfield Male and Female College, John C. Collier (1834-1928). A native of South Carolina, Collier was distinguished educator and Presbyterian minister who in 1869 was asked to establish a school in Mansfield. The college operated from 1870 until 1887 and produced outstanding graduates and community leaders. Located west of the college, the home served also as a residence for female teachers and students. ———————————————————————————
From 1890 to 1909, the A.J. Dukes family owned the Collier house. They made some major alterations to the home, including the addition of Mansfield's first indoor bathroom. Occupants of the home from 1909 until 1944 were Dr. William B. and Sallie (Hodges) McKnight, both of whom had graduated from Mansfield Male and Female College. Dr. McKnight established a medical practice in Mansfield in 1895 and also served as physician for the Southern Pacific Railroad. The house was adapted as Mansfield's first funeral home by T.E. "Ernie" Blessing in 1944. ———————————————————————————
Significant for its association with an early Texas educational institution and with several families of community leaders, the John C. Collier Home has remained a landmark in Mansfield. (1985)
1 197 hours ago
Gibson Cemetery ATLS-2184
——————————————————————————— In 1853 Garrett and James Gibson, along with other family members, came to Tarrant County and established 160-acre homesteads in a settlement that came to be known as the Gibson Community. Each brother donated land at this site for use as a cemetery. The earliest marked grave is that of Garrett Gibson's infant grandson, James Truitt (d. 1866). All but two of the seventy-three marked graves, many of which have only fieldstones, are for relatives of the Gibson family. The cemetery now serves as a reminder of one of Tarrant County's earliest settlements. (1983)
1 127 hours ago
Estes Cemetery ATLS-13560
——————————————————————————— Estes Cemetery began as the burial ground for the family of Sarah and James Estes. By the middle of the 1850s, the Estes family had moved to Tarrant County. The two were Kentucky natives who married in Missouri. The earliest marked grave is for Sarah Estes, who passed away in 1857. During the next several years, additional members of the Estes family were interred in the burial ground. By 1867, the Estes family opened the cemetery to residents of the area who were not part of the family. During the 1880s, communities developed nearby and residents started to use the burial ground as well. These communities included Webb, Gertie and Britton. Veterans of military conflicts dating to the Civil War are also interred here. ———————————————————————————
A cemetery association cares for the burial ground, which features an arched entryway, vertical stones in its older area, interior fencing and a sloping landscape. The cemetery is still active, continuing to serve descendants of those buried in the cemetery, and it remains a memorial to early settlers of southeast Tarrant County.
I never get tired of seeing wildflowers and green fields, but fall and winter bring their own beauty to Texas. Love the mild-weather days when we can explore and take it all in.
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Austin || would you say you’re a work from home, office, or coffee shop kind of person ☕️ as much as I want to be a work from home-r, I’m absolutely incapable of productivity if there is a couch and my Netflix near me 🙈 so I’m sharing my favvvvvorite spots in Austin to get shit DONE if you’re like me
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Thursday & Friday $3 Fireball Shots w/ Beer purchase! Plus, if you come by the bar you can get 2 Van Wilks Trio tickets(Sat 1/18) for the price of one!! $10 for 2 tickets + no service fees! Ask your bartender! See you down at the 4 Star!
1 2020 hours ago
From this past Sunday ... 3 shot pano.
Funny story ... My son borrowed my camera before I took these photos & somehow changed the file format to jpeg from my always raw format. I had clue none! Never thought to look, shot everything in jpeg! Which kinda sucked cuz they’re not printable. 🙄🙄 But then I thought whelp, I got to be out there to watch this incredible spectacle of nature and that was great! 💜
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Looking for the ultimate Spring Break Getaway? Pack up the family and head to The Woodlands Resort where Kids Rule! Your package includes a $50 daily dining credit, a Cookie Decorating Kit, and a kids' backpack filled with fun! Everyone will enjoy the thrilling Lazy River & Waterpark featuring a double helix waterslide, plus poolside movies, karaoke, arts and crafts, lawn games and so much more!
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