The experiencing of shared musical vibrations is pretty awesome - and it is often why people love going to concerts - so use the word this week, and head to a concert: /ˈkɒnsət/ for some good vibrations.
In the USA, they may wait for a pay check: /tʃɛk/ in the UK check is to ensure something is accurate or correct... but there are several meanings of this useful term... why don't you check them out for yourself... ;o)
Use the word to tell yourself "I am grateful to have balance in all areas of my work and home life." BALANCE: /ˈbal(ə)ns/
We can always be above average, because we can set our own average - be excellent today and use the word GREAT: /ɡreɪt/ this week.... OH AND HAVE A GREAT WEEK!
Schedule: /ˈʃɛdjuːl,ˈskɛd-/... However you choose to pronounce it, use it to fit around your day-to-day plan... Oh and be sure to schedule in time with someone you love, and be sure to schedule in some fun.
Time is so key isn't it? And by association of before and after a specific point in time, LATE: /leɪt/ is so important too! Use the term late this week as a noun, adjective or adverb... but don't use it too late!
Vein /veɪn/ is a word that flows towards my heart like the oxygen-depleted blood it carries.
Is your cup half full? Than raise your winning cup to the word CUP /kʌp/ this week.
Butterflies and trees A warm smell of security Fluttering through the leaves The crisp air blankets us We are home, But cannot stay forever Winter will come And life will be the same never So hold me in your thoughts And feel me through the trees Smell me in the air And kiss … Continue reading I’ll meet you in Neverland
Let us place ourselves in somebody else's shoes... Shoes are functional, pretty some times, not pretty some times, hurtful sometimes, cuddling our feet other times... Use the word shoes /ʃuːz/ this week - but wear shoes less than usual this week. "I'm not even classifying shoes as good shoes or bad shoes. I'm just saying, … Continue reading Word of the Week: Shoes