Monday, February 19, 2018

Some Unknown Facts

Peeps!  Queen She known as me here. This week I have some mindless entertainment for you; I’m spreading unknown facts.  What? You ask.  Yep, I found these little unknown, indisputable, true pieces of information that I want to share with you, because some of them will make you go huh, didn’t know that.  Some will make you go, really?  Wow.  Some are just straight out hilarious as hell, but true none the less.

I visited websites like Buzz feed, Savit, CiteHR and The Fact Site, but there are a plethora of sites out there that will have you either rolling in laughter, astounded, terrified, or just plain ol disgusted! If you find or know of some other unknown or interesting facts, hit your keyboard and leave the results of it in the comments section below.  Okay?  Happy reading, have a great week!

1.   Female kangaroos have three (3) if 1 wasn't enough!
2.   The Mona Lisa has no eyebrows...could've definitely used a makeup artist.
3.   TYPEWRITER is the longest word that can be made using the letters only on one row of a
      keyboard.....let's see..t y p....damn sure is!
4.   Each king in a deck of playing cards represent kings from history...okay.

  •  Spades - King David
  • Clubs - Alexander the Great
  • Hearts - Charlemagne
  • Diamonds - Julius Caesar.

5.   The television was invented two years after sliced bread...what was the entertainment after
      dinner like?
6.   Daddy longlegs have penises, which technically makes them not a spider...oh gosh get the
      magnifying glass, i wanna see!....
7.   There are just as many chickens on earth as there are humans....hmm
8.   The Statue of Liberty's index finger is eight feet long...better keep it where people can see it or
       it'll be mistaken for something else!
9.   You will burn more calories to eat a piece of celery than the celery had in it to begin with....I can't.
10. Tiger shark embryos fight each other in their mother's womb. The survivor is born...damn.  I
      guess we all can't be winners.

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Monday, February 12, 2018

Humor Me

Hey Diva’s and Gents!  It’s Queen She known as me here and I’m journaling, writing everything in sight down!  

I wanted to talk to you this week about humor, and it’s relation to a healthier you.  Last year, close to Thanksgiving holidays, I needed a change.  I wanted an emotional as well as physical change.  I wanted a completely different outlook than the one I had become accustomed to over the years. So right before the new-year, I started researching nutritional and emotional healing. After analyzing the materials I'd found, I realized that most of my years as an adult had been plagued with some heavy emotional baggage, and this lead to bad eating habits.  Ooh.  Okay definitely time for a change.

I’m proud to say I’ve been doing really well, and I’m excited with the change to my eating habits; if it grows from the dirt, I love it.  I’m more of a nonconformist that I’d ever realized with the current food pyramid, but that’s probably another blog post. 

I also learned some things about emotional healing, and the one thing I found that changes your outlook emotionally is humor; good ol deep from the belly laughter.

Laughter has been associated to healing.  It helps with stress, takes your mind off your troubles, and improves your mood. I'm not a doctor, but I've been on enough medications to know there are so many medicines used out there to treat this or that; I’m not against them, because some are needed, but too many times we believe that medications are the only form of treatment and they’re not.  Laughter is free, and it’s an effective treatment you can do for yourself.  

Life can be overwhelming.  Whatever you have in it that makes you laugh, use it more and laugh your ass off!

Here is a way you can get more laughter in your life. Readers Digest has what they call a Jokes Section; some are corny, some are silly, and some are downright hilarious.  Click that link above, and head on over there.. go on, you know you want to, and get some humor in your life.   

Monday, February 5, 2018

Read, Read, Read. A Blog Sharing Post.

Hey Huns!  Queen She known as me here, and I’m a Diva Journaler,  jotting down everythang!

I’m an avid reader.  Reading takes me to a place of peace and tranquility, it relaxes me beyond relief.  Sometimes when I’m having trouble focusing or I become overwhelmed, I change directions,  hone in on a blog, a magazine, newspaper, or anything I can get my hands on and it helps me come back to center; I  feel calm, settled, and stressed free.  According to The Telegraph , “Psychologists believe this is because the human mind has to concentrate on reading and the distraction of being taken into a literary world eases the tensions in muscles and the heart.”  Well I definitely believe that to be true.

On my spazz out journeys (LOL) I come across so many great blogs (I wish I could share them all but I can’t, way too many!)  I want to drop a few of them on here; its’ so hard to narrow them down to four, but if you yourself are a blogger, you’ve probably seen these and more.  Please share some interesting ones you’ve come across, and let’s keep reading!

Also the image below, I borrowed from HTSABO, How To Start A Blog Online. Richard Goodwin  shared a remarkable guide, with a wealth of information on the how too's of and the pitfalls to starting a blog.  There's a link below the image to this great tool in case you're wanting to start you're own blog. How bout it?  I bet you could.  If you do, please send me the link.  I'm always excited to read.

Advanced Style by photographer and Author Ari Seth Cohen

Confessions of a Clean Foodie  by a recipe creator, photographer and blogger named Charlotte, from Minneapolis, MN

Style at a Certain Age a fashion and lifestyle blog by Beth Djalali

Happy Black Woman – by mindset coach, author, speaker and business mentor Rosetta Thurman

Monday, January 29, 2018

Oldies But Goodies

Greetings earthlings!  Okay wait, been watching too much of Marvel’s Phil Coulson and Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.  {shaking my head from side to side} Awake now. 

It’s Queen She known as me and I’m journaling something extra this week.   I’ve been using my planner jotting everything down imaginable, (and some unimaginable) that I might want to share with you all.  This post I’m a little nostalgic about because some of the items I’ll chat about I have loving memories of from my childhood.  Oldies but goodies; you know the things that have been around for a really long time, really old but still usable, or likable.  Some of these you can use for most anything so I won’t list the many, many uses, but let’s see if you go “oh yeah, I remember that” or “yeah, I use that for this, or I used to use that for this, OR grandma used to use that when I was a child”  Ready?  Here we go. Oh and please add to the list if you think of something else!

Baking Soda
Sally Hansen Hard as Nails
Queen Helene cholesterol cream hair conditioner
Alum (the stories I’ve heard surrounding this one)
White dirt
Luster’s Pink Oil Moisturizer
Coffee percolator
Johnson & Johnson baby lotion & baby oil
Safety pins

This was just to name a few however the list could go on and on.  If you see one on this list you’d like me to share a memory of, let me know down below in the comments, I’d be happy to share!