Meet Smoothie, The World’s Most Photogenic Cat | Bored Panda

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This is just too cute! If you love cats like I do and had who were as good as my kids-couldnt have any, and they lasted the length of my marriage exactly- 15 years……you’ll love this.

It is guaranteed to put a smile on your face. Will also make you think about rescuing a cat out of the pound!

Paulette Motzko
April 30th, 2016
9:38 a.m.

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Success Comes with Rising Above Your Current Circumstance and Going Beyond That. -Jim Rhon. Paraphrased by Paulette Motzko

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Image photographed by Paulette Motzko, PLM Studios

April 2016 4:08 p.m.

When was the last time in your life that you went beyond what you ever thought you could do in life and surprised even yourself?

How good you feel when you did that?

What things have you done recently that showed that you can do anything in this world if you only put your mind to it.

Written by Paulette L Motzko

Watch “Productivity Tips – 5 Ways to be more PRODUCTIVE – #BelieveLife” on YouTube

Tim Ferris’ advice was absolutely hands down the most useful of the whole bunch to me.

It’s not a contest in life. You’re not competing with anybody but yourself. As we get older we know ourselves and what makes us work the best, and I know with me, going to be a senior on my next birthday in August, I have learned a lot of things about what makes me work at my optimum. I also avoid what I know doesn’t work in my life.

What I do is not going to work for everybody. I know what works for you is not going to work for somebody else, but that’s okay.

That’s what makes us all different in life.

I watched a YouTube video from TheAndroidGuy recently and learned a whole bunch of things about my Galaxy Note 4 Phablet- that I’m talking on right now- using vocal recognition software and it’s typing this document for me. I learned that the Galaxy Note 4 has a whole bunch of things that it does that I didn’t even know and I’ve had that thing for about a year. I got rid of my computer because I don’t even need it really anymore and I got tired of lugging it around when I could do what I did with MS Office installed on my phablet!

I used to type eighty words a minute to create documents, and now I do editing mostly, after the Galaxy Note 4 types it for me as I speak.

I still create and I do the same things I did before, but it’s just done faster and better and easier thanks to new technology.

I don’t have to carry around a monolith of computers and a big bag like I used to before too.

It’s extraordinary what technology has done. But what we want to make sure that we don’t become cyborgs, miniature robots that can communicate with anybody else because we’ve forgotten how.

I liked it when Mr. Ferris in Evan Carmichael’s video on productivity was saying to just unplug your blackberry and plug yourself to the world so you can live.

I mean I’m old enough to know when there wasn’t there were no cell phones. What the hell did we do then? You know we did?

We simply lived in the moment and weren’t looking for the next status message, and we’re more worried about what we were leaving this world and what we personally were doing than what everyone else was doing.

We called on pay phones if you needed to make a phone call.
I did it when I went to college.

If you’re so busy all the time repurposing other people’s material and just sharing tweets on Twitter you’re not creating anything new. You want to create new things in this world.

What we optimally want to do is contribute something of value to mankind. In order to do that you need to sit and block out everything else and just do a simple thing called think. Use your mind. That thing called thinking is not used enough as it should be in this world today.

Without people there’s nothing.

There’s are no computers, there’s no internet, it doesn’t matter if you have a Blackberry, Blueberry or Strawberry for without the existence of people there’s no one to talk to.

People should always come first and I try to give people respect, look at them in the eye and treat them as I would want to be treated if I were asking the same question or saying the same thing.

Sometimes that requires patience to do, but it’s worth it.

If you go around with a headset on your head talking to yourself, how can you ever hear the people?

How can ever hear birds chirp?

How can you ever really experience life if you’re always wired to something?

That’s redundant question because the answer to all those questions is -you can’t really live and your blood pressure is much higher.

Evan Carmichael did a fantastic job again. I hope to communicate with him one-on-one someday.

Paulette L Motzko
April 29th, 2016 2:38 p.m.

Paulette Motzko and PLM Studios Made History on Zenfolio

http://paulettemotzko.zenfolio.com/f1001429007

I created the beginning of the PLM Studios website portfolio where my digital photography- spanning ten years will be sold. Finally people will be able to buy prints and art that is fitting for a frame from the photos that I took so long to create.

Eventually more photos will be added, day-by-day.

This is a good beginning though and I’m so happy that I discovered this website through a new follower of mine who loved my photographs that I’ve been putting up. I checked her website out and as it turns out she was on Zenfolio. This is exactly the kind of sight I’ve been looking for.

More to come as this is the beginning of extraordinary things to come.

It’s 1230 midnight and I’ve been up since 6 this morning tomorrow’s another day.

Paulette Motzko
http://paulettemotzko.zenfolio.com/f1001429007

Paulette Motzko
April 29th 2016 1225 midnight

Check out A Love That Will Last by Renee Olstead

https://play.google.com/music/m/Tsij4hwwt27muuvu3ssddnecl5u?t=A_Love_That_Will_Last_-_Renee_Olstead

That is what I want too in my personal life too. I will keep taking myself out until I find a handsome, intelligent gentleman who is a better date than me!

Paulette Le Pore Motzko
April 28, 2016
7:20 p.m.

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On Easter Sunday dressed up to go out with an Italian gut who was a deadbeat because he stood me up….so I took myself instead,  and had a great time.
I don’t thin there’s a guy you could describe as

1 Kind
2 Intelligent
3 Gentleman
4 Can hold a conversation and knows how to treat a lady

I know there has got to be a single one in Las Vegas, NV, I just haven’t met one yet.

For whatever it worth, envision me with someone like that
With nearly 3000 of you my followers picturing me with someone truly wonderful. …it will happen.

Paulette Motzko

Tips and tricks you never knew about WhatsApp

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/134020-whatsapp-tips-and-tricks-amazing-features-you-never-knew-about

http://www.pocket-lint.com/news/134020-whatsapp-tips-and-tricks-amazing-features-you-never-knew-about

I guess from what I read on my research just now about what’s up, free app that I just discovered to a friend who is bothering me and say why don’t you get on that thing it’s awesome well it is awesome and he was right. I guess Facebook bought it 2 years ago and it’s no wonder it has close to 50 billion users on the thing. It’s become the most popular messaging app in the world.

You can not only make calls that are clear on it, but you can send video and images all kinds of things into a very easily and it really doesn’t take up much space on your phone tablet or smart device.

I look forward to talking to any if of my wonderful, talented followers on it.

My ID on WhataApp is simply PauletteMotzko.

My number is displayed on various Web sites and is 714-728-6037.

I look forward to talking to my best followers like Paul Militaru, Esther Ling, Ramon Loyola, Rose, Richard Cross and so many more of my favorite people.

The Impossible is possible today through the multitude of very sophisticated apps that we now have available to us. Another app that is worth exploring is Box. Using Box on your smart device you can collaborate with anybody in the world on books on the project you want and only you and that other person see what you’re working on.