So I’ve always been enthralled by new and upcoming cryptocurrencies. In a world where everything is becoming more and more contact less and given the current climate with the global pandemic it doesn’t seem it will be too long before cash is a thing of the past.
It’s also an ever growing factor that people are awakening to the role and power banks have throughout the world in regards to interest rates and loans and lending and the general cost of holding and passing money. The want and need for a free transaction process is becoming ever greater and how long is it really before the world opens up to a major crypto play.
I’ve just come across a new and upcoming cryptocurrency which is in the very early days of its cycle, but I think if you’re one that’s interested in the exponential rate of growth these currencies are achieving I emplore you to check this out.
Bee.com has just begun it’s public growth stage before becoming main market and listing on the cryptocurrency exchange, which means if you’re looking for the next big thing to get involved with this could be it, you don’t need any input of money to jump on this wagon, just a mobile and an app store.
Build your bank of Bees before it becomes monopolised and monetised and you could be sitting on a nice little earner in the not so distant future.
Simply log in each day and click the bee to start collecting, referring people is their incentive for you to earn more Bees which will gain the popularity they need to get to the main marketing point at which point you’ll no longer be able to pick up free Bees.
Here is my referral link for BEE Network. Get 1 free BEE when you join BEE: donny92 – Download at https://bee.games/download.html and we can share this experience together.
Another post that had been sitting in the draft pile.
“I’d learned that some things are best kept secret.”
― Nicholas Sparks, Dear John
“Three may keep a Secret, if two of them are dead.”
– Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard’s Almanack
I was told a secret the other day. A big, dark, potentially dangerous secret that I must keep to myself, for risk of people finding out the truth could lead to devastation to the world that is surrounding me. Jobs would be lost, people could go to jail and a lot of individual’s lives would be greatly impacted. Am I in the wrong for keeping this held in? Right now I am yet to decide whether the pro’s outweigh the con’s and how much of an impact it could have if I were to say nothing and the secret came to light by another means. Fortunately I’m pretty strong minded and nothing really phases me, but this is pretty … (I have no word to put here)
However this has got me thinking about how powerful secrets are and the effect they can have on an individual, whether kept and untold, burdening another with your secret or spread as gossip like wildfire. (Obviously I’m not talking about everyday secrets here like who you’re crushing on, shoplifting when you was 10 etc etc)
When you are told a secret, you are bound by a verbal contract with someone that you will keep it that, a secret. As you grow older and wiser you realise there are less and less people you can truly trust (as quoted by Benjamin Franklin), and less secrets are actually kept private.
Some people are rather weak minded and mentally cannot cope with the pressure. Some people just love a gossip, after all its one of the easiest ways to flow a conversation. Some people just don’t care for other people’s private lives, we all have our own to deal with right. I always think before I take it upon myself to burden another with a secret; Do they need to know? What are the chances of it getting out if I tell them? Do they need the hassle of knowing what I’m going to tell them? What effects will it have on their live’s by knowing? … Most of the time I come to the conclusion that I’d rather keep most things to myself, life’s just easier that way!
It’s been a while,
– The Bloggerman
Murky Monday morn,
I’m sat, I sulk in silence,
Friday feels already.
White canvas surrounds,
A Soft crunching underfoot,
Winter sets up camp.
– The Bloggerman
Expectations based on assumptions can lead to your biggest downfalls.
Expectations based on assumptions can lead to your biggest downfalls. Sometimes when things are left unsaid or unanswered we assume our own versions of reality and expect outcomes which are unrealistic and which deviate from the course nature’s taking. Recently I’ve found that to take this path and alter your own perception of what is real can be extremely demoralising, mentally exhausting and leaves you with a weird sense of confusion when you snap back to reality. But what are you to do when your inner self can build up such an illusion over such a short space of time, when the voice inside your head remains so clear and omniscient?
If there’s one thing that my latest endeavour has taught me, for all of my failures, all of my un-reached expectations, all of my tasks and goals I haven’t achieved, it’s that I am the single element holding myself back. In almost every situation I can recall, I could have altered the outcome for the better by acting in a different way. I think back to certain scenarios to try and understand why I did or didn’t do certain things or I try and understand how I’ve ended up at the conclusion of a certain event, it always come down to the fact that I either listened to myself, or I lost an argument with myself and talked myself out of doing something. I lost an argument with myself and talked myself out of doing something. Let that sink in for a second. Even as I wrote that line, I thought, how does that make sense? I understand the concept of debating options with yourself internally or verbally, but why do I always choose the wrong option and why is it a persistent battle in my head? Is there more than one voice I’m debating with, they all sound the same!
Maybe this new found understanding, that I am the only restriction to my own happiness and success, is the first step of acceptance and progression and I can start to finally move forward and work around this? Or maybe this new found understanding of the mess that’s in my head is finally confirmation that I’m crazy?!
I guess we’re all a little crazy inside.
I hope you all have an adventurous and successful 2019!
Hey guys, how are you all!? So I’ve been doing a little tinkering with the site to make it a bit more accessible and aesthetically pleasing. I’ve also introduced a Gallery which I will be updating throughout the year with different trips and adventures, as well as general photography.
I’ll also be uploading a couple of big blogs from my time in Amsterdam and Radio 1’s big weekend last year pretty soon so keep your eyes peeled.
Also if you’ve got any tips or advice on the new layout let me know 🙂
I hope you all enjoy!
Time to get into that January routine!
So who else is ready for the Winter?
It’s that time of year again! It’s dark when you leave for work in the mornings and dark when you come home. You can’t hit the snooze button five times because you have to spend your morning defrosting the car, but you can always find a car parking space because nobody leaves the house 🙂
I find once the Christmas festivities are over and we’re all back to work from the Christmas break that this is when I start my routine again. That familiar routine of going to work, returning home from work, (usually there’d be a ‘go the gym’ part here but due injury I’m becoming a right little fatty lol) meeting up with the guys, spending the rest of the night cosying up in the warm binging on Seasons of Game of Thrones, Homelands or whatever takes my fancy and not leaving the house otherwise (I’ve got so many different programmes to watch this year I actually can’t wait!). I hear on the radio that most people refer to January as one of the worst months of the year, but I do quite like it, after-all it’s one of the only times you can acceptably become a hermit and turn off from the world.
This is also usually one of the best times for me to save money! I go out on a Thursday night for our Pool League and in monetary terms that’s my only luxury of expenses. I feel this year is the year for savings for me, cross your fingers for me guys and this time next year I’ll be writing a ‘Moving in to my new house’ blog (laughing out loud to myself at that sentence, ironic, but being a near-genius with numbers I’m so bad at saving money!)
I do have a thought though, maybe this year I should learn something, that will be constructive for the future, with all of this extra free time I have?? I haven’t a clue what but something that I could learn from the confines of my house, if you’ve got any ideas drop it in a comment. Also if you’ve got any good Series you recommend please do! (Currently watching Scorpion, Homelands, Pretty Little Liars < don’t judge the brothers missus watches it all the time and however repetitive it is I’m hooked haha!)
After what’s been one of the warmest December’s I’ve known the weathers really changed coming into the New Year and Jesus-Christ it is cold! I really do hope we’ll get some snow this year, I got some really cool camera lenses for my phone which I’m itching to try out, but I’m not holding my hopes up!! Which reminds me, I’m going to be getting a lot more involved with these weekly photo challenges this year, so if you like those watch this space 🙂
A little late I must admit – but happy holidays and happy New Year to you all!
I hope you’ve all had a lovely time in whatever you celebrate with your family and friends.
2016’s been a bit of a disaster year for everyone it seems, so here’s to a an amazing 2017!
We’re all geared up for the trip away! Had a good pre-night drink with guys which didn’t end up in much sleep, but we’re all ready. Currently sitting in the airport waiting for our ‘delayed’ flight. It’s only 45 minutes but waiting is one thing I rather dislike. It just feels like a complete waste, you could be doing literally a million other things. It won’t dampen our spirits though, in a couple of hours we’ll be boarding the train into the center of Amsterdam 😀
I hope you all have a great weekend, I know I will!
Just a little thanks to all of those following!
Okay so I received a notification yesterday stating that I’d hit 100 followers. Now I know compared to some of you ‘bigwig’ bloggers that that is minuscule and you probably gain that in a week or a month, but I was a little surprised that I’d hit treble figures :).
A lot of my followers I’ve had some form of contact with since the start of my blogging days, some really great advice has been given to me too which has been awesome, but unfortunately I don’t get around to socialising with all of you. I guess this is more of a post to say ‘Hello’ if I haven’t already and thank you for following, rather than a celebration! I really appreciate you all and I would love to get to know my followers a little better. So please, if you would be so kind, leave a comment with a little about yourself and maybe a fun fact :D.
Again, thank you all for reading. I’m heading out to Amsterdam in a week so I’m sure I’ll have some exciting escapades to blog about in the coming weeks, so stay tuned. I’ve got a couple of more serious pieces I’m working on also, just struggling to find a bit of time to get some decent writing in.
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