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Wednesday, June 27, 2012

MISSING! 3 Year Old Alexander George Dunn-Ariz

If you see Alexander, 3, or Gary Masaharu Ariz, 58 call your police immediately

Alexander "Alex" "Baby" George Dunn-Ariz

Alex has been missing since June 21, 2012, from Hawaii (Oahu). He was last seen with 58-year-old Gary Masaharu Ariz, an employee at the Mililani Ross Dress for Less. 

Age: 3-year-old
Height: 27 Inches
Weight: 27 pounds
Hair: Dark brown
Eyes: Dark brown

If you've seen either of them, heard ANYTHING, or know of their whereabouts, please contact your local police, comment here, or send Teraisa a private message ASAP. 

Police report #12-232-367

Please share with your family and friends. Someone knows someone who knows someone who heard what happened...

Friday, April 20, 2012

Page A Day: 9/365

Lee Iacocca gave me something better than the Mustang: he motivated me to be like him and give it all I have; then play. Yes, it's true. Time off for working hard is a MUST. That doesn't mean "take the day off" or to skip a page each day. It means, write your page and then go off to do something else you enjoy. Psychologically, your mind will remember you reward yourself for such good behavior, which in turn makes you all the more eager to repeat it. It's a vicious cycle, but it's a GREAT and productive one.

Final Word
"If you want to make good use of your time, you've got to know what's most important and then give it all you've got." ~Lee Iacocca

Thursday, April 19, 2012

Energy Tip: Let the Sunshine In

The most difficult part of running a successful home business, whatever the service or product, is finding energy to work when everything tugs at you and you know you can skip being purposely productive "just for today." Being at home makes it easy, while piled up dishes and a fussy baby makes it excusable. in your mind. For the moment, as we both know you'll regret it later (and let's not get hung up on how that alone creates a vicious circle that's difficult to escape).

Assuming you are more or less on some kind of sleep/work cycle where you wake from sleeping at ANY time while there's sunlight, starting tomorrow, create a lifelong habit of getting up and getting just five minutes of sunshine. Open your blinds, put on your shoes, and walk around outside your home. Take the dog, if you have one. Walk literally around your house, yard, or around the block. 

Studies prove that your body will be in the energy making mode when you wake and have your body go right into that light. You can do it with lights in your home, but nothing beats real sunlight. You will instantly be lifted and it will guide your body to how it should respond the rest of the day.

(While you're at it, when you come back in, grab a piece of fruit and some whole grain cereal to eat. Sunshine, brief exercise, and yummy-yet-full-of-fiber-food = the best day ever.)

It only takes thirty days to make a habit. Start tomorrow and call it Day One, then get to work!

Monday, April 16, 2012

Sunday, April 15, 2012

Two Amazing Tips to Get Anything Done From the Comfort of Your Home

Wanna know the two biggest challenges of working from home and how to completely obliterate the excuses (thus: get anything done)?

1. Don't have children.
2. Turn off your "smart" phone."

Not necessarily in that order.

As if either of those will happen at this stage!  All kidding aside...

We recently had a serious hospitalization in our family that changed the way we work and play. Ironically, we put the electronics down to pay attention and deal with the situation and our futures... and got much less done. Or did we?

We put EVERYTHING to the side that could be put down, including my working from home, and stepped up the business of our family.

Sometimes, in the shuffle to get it all done, things actually get undone. Please, even though we were not visiting the hospital day after day because I ever worked from home, don't be afraid to get help and delegate or put down your work to care for your family-they're the reason you stayed home in the first place.

Now that our family is back to our "new normal," the business shall follow.

Blessings all!