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Hello everyone, I’m Samberine Everose and I'm here, one of your full-time editors in the Romance/Love Topic of the WDC Newsletter, and just like I've been saying I will not be tired in expressing my thankfulness to all the beautiful people here in this wonderful community of writers for not only helping us to improve our writings but giving us also encouragement and inspiration every day.
If we can create our journal plan for every new year, we can also create a love journal plan for our loved ones.
Do you know what is this Plan? Find out here. I'm sure you will going to love this to prepare in every new year.
The Love Investment Plan
Happy new year everyone!
Do you already have plans this year?
Though the past year 2020 brings a drastic year to everyone of us, don't let our self be left in the past year.
As long as we still have life, there is always hope.
Even if there is still the pandemic, I think we should not withhold to improve and not to prepare our plans for this year.
Each should still walk in each one journey, 'run the race and don't quit.
In my work, we have an investment plan that we are preparing before the coming of the new year.
An investment plan in which it stated there all the things that we are aiming to achieve in that year for the improvement of our small town.
I just think that if there is an investment plan for projects and activities, we should also have a love investment plan.
Because it's not only the things that we see may grow and improve but also the abstract things which include our emotions, our feelings, our standing too and with our loved ones.
Because it's not only our intellectual and physical grow each year we need also to enhance our emotional and let it grow and improve, including also our spiritual but I will speak for that matter in my next article.
What's the use of being so famous and successful and yet inside we are alone and lonely?
So are you ready to know the love investment plan?
A love investment plan- is a plan that was intended to be created that serves as an agenda or as a simple reminder for us to remind us our status, the things we need to improve for the sake of our relationship with our loved ones.
These are simply a listing of activities- including some do's and don'ts that one should be aware of and will decide the best thing to do about it.
Here are the things or ideas to consider that should be seen in our plan.
Date: the desired date to be accomplished. It can be monthly or weekly or can be everyday.
Target or purpose:
This includes the things that you want to accomplish or pursue or change for that year for both improvement with your loved ones.
for example -
an attitude that would you like her to change?
how about nagging - mostly the wife habits loves to talk or nag..?
what makes her trigger to nag?
then we should jot it down in the plan things that trigger her to nag,
maybe doing so much household chores, hard to discipline the kids, or maybe husband loves to play games on his cellphone and forgot to help the poor wife, this is for those who are married.
How about for those couple and sweethearts there..
What attitude would you like to change by your lady or boyfriend that causes you to irritate, sometimes?
And in our writing world?
Does some attitude of our character should be included to enhance a scene., what's our purpose?
Here are the things that you think to enhance or should stir to achieve the target.
Just like I've said when we already know what triggers her nagging then we can list down here the solution,
Or the things we should do so that we may not trigger and enhance the bad attitude,
or perhaps it would be better to enhance the good attitude.
Of course you and your loved ones.
Then this is the outcome to check by, if there is already the improvement or accomplished on the desired goal.
So, do you already have some mindful ideas about this Plan? and are you ready to create one for yourself with your loved ones?
There's no bad in trying it. At least we are exploring and trying some new ideas and maybe strategy.
But don't forget my friend that this will be effective if we add the desire and pray to God because even if we have many plans at the end He may still be the one who will direct and approve it.
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Our Question for this week Newsletter:
In your own opinion, do we need a change to invest Love, and how can you invest Love with your loved ones?
Our Question from "Romance/Love Newsletter (December 9, 2020)"
How will you spend your Christmas this year?
Thanks for the NL. I will be spending Xmas on my own. No visit to my stepmom or entertaining her for the holidays. I am perfectly okay with that. I will be writing, reading, and enjoying myself nonetheless. I hope everybody will survive the holidays in good spirit!
~WakeUpAndLive~No cig for me!
I believe that when people have had enough of all this covid foolishness' they will rise up and finally say 'Hell No! I ain't gonna do it!'
We always traveled to my grandparents for Christmas when I was a child. The older siblings that had families of their own would meet us there, and of us younger kids, two lived with my grandparents, so this was one of the few times a year our family was all united.
I remember when I was still a preteen, we had a very bad case of influenza hit our home and were not able to travel for the holiday. Instead, we wrote letters to our other family members to wish them a Merry Christmas. We did have a nice dinner and a few gifts to exchange and on Christmas day, we called my grandparents and everyone had a chance to talk for a few minutes; back then, this was long-distance and very expensive. Even though it looked to be a sad Christmas, it actually was one of the best I remember because the focus was not on gifts but on love; missing everyone was the best lesson on what Christmas is all about.
~TJ-dodging Cupid's arrows
Not like I want. I live family and this year most have chosen to be distant even if it’s a few miles away. At Thanksgiving we brought our designated food offering to my sister/moms apartment along with empty containers. We dished up food and went home to eat. Christmas is slated the same. Bring our gifts for exchange and then go home to open them. I’m not happy. I will have my daughter here and that makes us happy
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