“Nag, Nag, Nag” by Joseph Vaquez

At one point or another, all men have accused a woman of nagging him. She could be a Mother, Sister, Wife or just a friend. We’re all guilty of it. The thing that we fail to realize is that, for the most part, it’s not nagging, it’s caring for us. Women are natural nurturers, from childhood to adulthood, women have a natural instinct to care for others, this brings balance to a man’s life. We need someone to care for us. We men show our love through what we are willing to do for our women. Women show their love through their wiliness to provide care for us. I personally would not call it nagging if someone cares enough about me to show concern. I want a woman to ask me if I made that Doctor’s appointment. I want one who will want me to eat healthier, that’s love. Have you ever stopped someone from doing something dangerous? Odds are you cared about this person and cared enough about them to speak up even when it wasn’t that comfortable. When you think your wife or any other woman is nagging you, think about the point they are trying to get across to you. They want you to be happy and healthy. They want you to live longer, they see things from a different perspective, and this perspective is all for your best interest. Women have a tough job, especially nowadays. Men are more disrespectful than ever. We take for granted the gift that women are, and their influence in our lives. Never accuse the woman who loves you more than you can imagine of nagging you. Be thankful that you have someone that actually cares about you. You may have friends, you may have a family, but how many of them care for you enough to look out for your health? Appreciate what you have, and value her opinion. Love her instinct to care for you, and build upon it. Show her that you love her by listening to her and taking in her advice. She is not nagging you. She loves you.

Have you ever stopped someone from doing something dangerous? Odds are you cared about this person and cared enough about them to speak up, even when it wasn’t that comfortable. When you think your wife, or any other woman is nagging you, think about the point they are trying to get across to you. They want you to be happy and healthy. They want you to live longer, they see things from a different perspective, and this perspective is for your best interest. We need to value their influence in our lives. Never accuse the woman who loves you more than you can imagine of nagging you. Be thankful that you have someone that actually cares about you. You may have friends, you may have a family, but how many of them care for you enough to look out for your health? Appreciate what you have, and value her opinion. Love her instinct to care for you, and build upon it. Show her that you love her by listening to her and taking in her advice. She is not nagging you. She loves you.

I wish I had someone that cared like that.

I live in beautiful, sunny Southern California, the longest I’ve gone without a dog is two weeks, and I’m going to write until I can’t anymore.

“A quick note to my unconceived child” by Joseph Vasquez

I may not have been the best example, and I may not have always done things right, but my biggest hope, is that whatever good qualities I had will be passed on to you, and you will build on them to change the world.

I live in beautiful, sunny Southern California, the longest I’ve gone without a dog is two weeks, and I’m going to write until I can’t anymore.

Today’s thought. Protect what’s yours.

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Today’s little thought,

When you are a kid, your obligation is to learn all you can, and your right is to be fiercely protected.

When you are older, your obligation is to direct your way and take decisions, and your right, to have the proper tools and resources to take the right path.

When you’re an adult, your rights… depend on how much you have worked on your life, and your main obligation is to PROTECT the empire you have created with your effort and sacrifice. You must burn down the bridges which only lead to pain and guilt. When you have a treasure to keep safe, you forget about what fear, regret and exhaustion are. You just gather your weakness and horrors from the mud and turn them into an obsessive force, that becomes your main source of fury.

Every person has a different kind of ruby to guard. It depends on your nature, needs, life experiences, obsessions, fears,…. the only important thing is, to do things right,  keep a clean conscience, and make sure that, in your fort, everything is just in its place.

I’m Mar.
Head of The Bold Mom.
Promoter and compulsive thinker.

Feel, learn and move on! Don’t waste your time.

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Do you ever wake up and think “What’s the point today?” Because I do.

Even when you are focused on your work and fighting to reach a goal, or to challenge yourself, you have bad days too. Bad or… sad? Perhaps. You wake up just thinking “coffee please” and sit down next to the window with your hot cup in your hands, looking at the trees beyond the glass.

Today is Sunday, 10am here.

Do you also have a day like this? Well, let me tell you what works for me:

I put my headphones on, enjoy my coffee, and then stand up and decide to fight back any sadness beating in my veins. If I need to get rid of some bad vibe, I go running until I feel exhausted, then come back home, feeling good as new, and forget about any sadness.

Because “sadness” is a very dangerous, infectious and degenerative disease that infests you slowly. Stop it. Stop it now. Don’t let it take control. Do something. Be the owner of your mind. I thank God I have another day, another chance, a beating heart in my chest.

And hit the road.

Enjoy your Sunday, it’s not coming back, whether if you appreciate it, or not.

I’m Mar.
Head of The Bold Mom.
Promoter and compulsive thinker.

Daily inspiration. Be brave. Own your future.

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When you don’t face your fears in life, you fail.

When you run away from your problems, you fail.

When you are not a model of boldness for your children, you fail.

Fear is a weapon, is an illusion, is a challenge. The only one affected by being coward is your own future. Are you nice and warm in your comfort zone? I hope so, because you’re not going to get out of there if you don’t awake in you the sleeping warrior you’ve always had.

Don’t you want to prove wrong who doesn’t believe in you?

Don’t you want to prove right who put their trust in you?

I’m certain you can achieve all your goals if you’re willing to face the wolves around you.

Are you?

REMEMBER: The hardest fights are given to the boldest warriors.

What are you going to do?

I’m Mar.
Head of The Bold Mom.
Promoter and compulsive thinker.