Bad Computer Day
Bad computer Day
Posted By - Emma Payne - 1 day ago 585 comments


Have you ever had one of those “bad computer days”?  Yes, that question is intended to be redundant! Back in the day I remember people having a “bad hair day” but I believe that saying has been replaced permanently. I don’t know anyone that has never had a bad computer day. In the beginning this was only possible if we were in the office because laptops and other devices just weren’t available yet but times have definitely changed. 

Today thanks to “advances” in computing technologies such as iphones, notepads, ultra portable laptops and a host of other ingenious devices we can all enjoy a bad computer day regardless of where we are or what we are supposed to be doing. Here is my top 10 list of things to remember the next time one of your “marvels of modern technology” doesn’t perform the way that you think it should. For what it’s worth #4 is my personal favorite. Bad computer!

The 10 Golden Rules of Computing
Remember, if you need to find something in your manual (yeah right!), always look at the place you would least expect to find it first.

The number one cause of computer problems is computer solutions.
A computer program will always do what you tell it to do, but rarely what you want it to do.
If you really understand your computer, it's obsolete.
If someone is watching, no matter what happens, behave as though you meant it to happen!
A complicated system that doesn't work probably started as a much simpler system that did.
For every action, there is an equal and opposite malfunction.
To err is human ... to blame your computer for your mistakes… divine.
He who laughs last probably has a back-up.
When the going gets tough, upgrade your computer.

Emma Payne

Our Passion is Real Estate!


We sell the beach! 

Words,Words, Words,
Posted - 2 days ago


How well do you know some of the different words used to describe people dealing with Real Estate? 

Do you know what these mean?

Real Estate Agent:  A person licensed to negotiate and transact the sale of real estate.

Home Inspector:  A professional who evaluates the structural and mechanical condition of a property through a thorough inspection. A satisfactory home inspection is often included as a contingency by the purchaser.

Appraiser:  An individual qualified by education, training, and experience to estimate the value of real and personal property. Most appraisers are independent, although some appraisers do work directly for mortgage lenders.

Assessor: An official working for the government who establishes the value of a property for taxation purposes.

We have a plan
Posted By - Emmma - 2 days ago 572 comments

Coffe with Emma
Posted By - Emma - 2 days ago
" Earth provides enough to satisfy every man's needs, but not every man's greed.
Mahatam Gandhi

Friday Coffee with Emma
Posted By - Emma - 2 days ago


We all have an equal amount of time…

You can’t manage time. What you really do is manage yourself.


The best use of time isn’t to manage time,  the best use of time is to manage me…so that I take the  time that I have and do the things I need to do.


If I do that correctly then time becomes my friend. If I do it incorrectly then time becomes something that I bear with and kill until the next important event.



Challenge…log your time.   Log each hour and what you did …did I maximize my time, did I manage myself well or did I just let  hours slide by.


  What is the most important thing to do in order to achieve what you want?

  Only you can answer that question…..


This message was taken from The John Maxwell Team  word of the day….TIME


Posted By - Chris - 2 days ago

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Monday Coffee May 14
Posted By - Monday Coffee May 14 - 2 days ago 573 comments

"Coming together is a beginning. Keeping together is progress. Working together is success"

Most of us probably wish people, in general, were easier to get along with, but have we considered how we ourselves score in that area? For example, how do you respond when you don't get your way? Do you get your feelings hurt easily? Are you insecure and need a lot of attention to feel good about yourself? How do you handle correction? Are you adaptable? Do you have a very specific way you want things done, and if they are not done that way, do you let everyone know you are not happy?

Wanting everyone else to change so that you can be happy  IS THE PROBLEM.  If you are hard to please and easy to offend, wanting your way and not acting nice when you don't get it can complicate your life. Spending time upset will make it impossible to enjoy a simple life.

The first thing we need to do is admit that we are hard to get along with; it can be the beginning of a whole new world. Learn to adapt rather than demand your own way, avoid the arguments in order to get your way. If people are doing their best, compliment them instead of finding the one thing they did not do according to your specifications. Stop correcting them about what they are doing wrong.

Learn to just let go, most things won't really make and difference in the overall outcome.

With each petty thing you give up, your life can become on e step simpler.

The most important thing is to start by admitting the truth, perhaps , of all the ways you have been hard to get along with. Remember, only the truth will make you free

Beware of Distractions
Posted By - Emma Payne - 2 days ago 490 comments

" By prevailing over all obstacles and distractions, one may unfailingly arrive at his chosen goal or destinations"  Christopher Columbus

Beware of Distractions

It is easy to get distracted in life; it is not something we have to try to do. We do, however, need to really discipline ourselves in order not to get distracted. Each person has many demands and expectations placed on them. It seems every person in our life expects something, and quite often, we find it confusing to know when to say yes and when to say no. Our spouses, friends, parents, children, other relatives, employers, employees, government, churches and neighborhood all expect us to do different things. It can be overwhelming and tiring.

While trying to meet all of these expectations, we frequently find they distract us from our main goal. If you are a people pleaser, then you know it is not difficult at all for the people to distract you. Dissatisfied people cause you to spend your life trying to make them happy. A lot of the people you are trying to keep happy have already decided they are not going to be happy no matter what anyone does. They are basically miserable, dissatisfied, unhappy, and making you unhappy.


Do not get entangled or distracted, focus on the goal. Remember, the more you focus on the truly important things in your life. The simpler life will be.


Monday Morning Coffe with Emma
Posted By - Emma Payne - 2 days ago 586 comments

" Don't Give up trying to find your way. But do remember that sometimes it takes bending to avoid breaking"   Katinka Hesselink

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