Inspirational Quotes

A lot has been happening in the world recently, to get through the changes and different times we put together a list of some of our favorite quotes.

This first quote I heard at a leadership conference. Even though I do not know who this quote is from, it has stuck by me from the day that I heard it.

“You have two minutes to cry. And a lifetime to find a solution.” unknown

“I’ve come to believe that all my past failure and frustration were actually laying the foundation for the understandings that have created the new level of living I now enjoy.”  Tony Robbins

Be happy with who you are. Don’t compare yourself to others because you don’t know their full story, and you are perfect just the way you are!

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Even when life throws major roadblocks keep going. If you continue the journey everything will work out. With hard work there is always a payout.


Introducing the Google Pixel!

We have exciting news for you all! Google recently introduced their new phone called the Google pixel. It has many interesting features, it is an advanced phone as we will discuss later. However, it was hacked under 60 seconds at a security conference. These hackers are on a security team in Seoul, China and they did not hack the phone with malicious intents instead, they were interested in obtaining the $120,000. Google will soon be releasing a patch to address this security issue.

-The lens has a f/2.0 aperture meaning that your photos will be brighter and even


-Google assistant


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Stay Healthy for Fall!

With the weather change between summer and fall we often find ourselves with overactive allergies and runny noses. To help yourself stay healthy during fall here are some superfoods that are good to eat during this time:


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Brussels Sprouts


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It is also very important to get more than seven hours of sleep. Research done by Carnegie Mellon University in 2009 found that those who slept for eight hours on a regular basis were less likely to get a cold compared to those who slept for an average of seven hours. Those who slept for an average of less than seven hours were 3x more likely to get a cold.

Let us know your tips to stay healthy in the fall in the comment section below 🙂

-Two sisters