Louise is here today to share her thoughts on “Lifelong
Learning and Happiness” and talk about her Intergalactic Matchmaking
Lifelong Learning is defined as: the “ongoing, voluntary, and self-motivated” pursuit
of knowledge for either personal or professional reasons. That sounds about
right; if a bit dry.
me, Lifelong Learning means doing my utmost to learn at least one new thing
each day. That One New Thing doesn’t have to be something as major as how to
change the oil in my car. And sure, there’s always a new gizmo waiting to be
learned by the masses. Figuring out how to program my smart phone may fill me
with momentary satisfaction, but that wears off fairly quickly.
prefer to learn something that is felt inside of me. It could be about a world
situation or something about another person that offers insight into them. It
doesn’t have to be something monumental, just something that makes me think.
Keeping the dust blown off the old grey-matter is the goal.
One New Thing can be something as simple as learning a new (to me)
inspirational saying: Walk in Your Truth; Be a Voice, Not
an Echo; To Thine Own Self Be True. Absorbing a bit of inspirational/motivational
text can fill me with satisfaction for a longer period.
some days there just doesn’t seem to be enough hours in the day to fit in one
more goal; the goal of learning One New Thing. Learning the new, glitch-y
software at work can make us feel we’ve stuffed enough “newness” into our day,
let alone our brains.
in-the-soul satisfaction, though; now that is something that last a long time.
It can be pulled forth and examined as often as you like, as often as you need.
is learned and learning brings happiness. For me, this a circle with no end, no
beginning. Instead of waiting for something to make me happy,
I go in search of something to learn. That search is me being active in this
huge world, searching for a way to grow as a person, searching for a way to
give back to this world in which I exist.
spent decades waiting for that elusive something to come along
so I could finally be happy. In that, I guess you could say I was a slow
learner! I now realize that true happiness for me comes from learning…anything!
about you? Do you seek new knowledge on a regular basis? Or do you consider it
a more passive endeavor?
meet characters that play a role in all of the books of the series, but this
cozy Sci-Fi with romance is easily read as a series, or each book as a
standalone. The characters are full-fledged and lovable!
Women Wanted: Must have a sense of adventure and be open to new experiences.
Must also be willing to relocate. Please contact…Intergalactic Matchmaking
Maggie Cline decides to investigate her romantic possibilities after she
becomes a target when she identifies the shooter in a local murder.
Can she find a soul mate away from everything she knows and has worked hard for
here on Earth? What about her loyal companion? Will she have to give up her
cat, Mamzell, for a chance at love?
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services (January 27, 2014)
“Shirley’s Story” — Just
as Shirley decides to try opening herself up to a chance at love, a stalker
from her past returns. How does she move forward when her past comes knocking?
What’s going on with her young student, Hannah? Will her dog, Oreo, be okay
with Shirley looking for love?
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services (March 4, 2014)
was supposed to be dead. At least that is what Claire has believed for ten
years. Find out what happens when Claire’s sister comes out of the Witness
Protection Program. Penny is fighting a losing battle with cancer and needs
Claire to raise Sunny, Penny’s newborn daughter, once the cancer takes its
final toll. Why is Penny’s ex-boyfriend, Jason, telling his cronies that Penny
has money and information about their illegal dealings? How does the cartel
find out she has even left the Witness Protection Program?
Publisher: Amazon Digital Services (November 30, 2014)
All of the Intergalactic Matchmaking Services books are available as e-books on Amazon.
overseas, in France. She is the proud mom of two wonderful young men. It’s
taken her a while to figure out what she wanted to be “when she grows
up,” but Ava has finally found her niche in the writing world. Since
writing came to her later in life, she likes to think she is living proof that
it’s never too late to reach for a dream or to achieve it. Before writing her
own stories, she usually reads from a wide array of genres. She loves
Science-Fiction, Fantasy, Romance, Mysteries, Thrillers, and Young Adult.
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