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Numerology: What’s Your Life Path Number?

I have recently learned about life path numbers and of course had to share with my readers because I can’t believe how accurate the information is when I found out what my life path number was and the meaning behind it.

First, let’s start with how to find out what your life path number is. I will use my birthdate as an example. I was born March 12th 1993.

How to calculate:

Birth Month is in March 0+3= 3

Birthday is on the 12th: 1+2= 3

Birth year is 1993: 1+9+9+3= 22

Add all the numbers up till you come up with a one digit number:

3+3+2+2= 10

1+0= 1

My life path number is 1

You can also use the life path calculator using the link below to make sure you added up your own numbers correctly. It’s much easier too, and they provide information about your personality based on your number! Check it out.

https://www.tokenrock.com/numerology/my_life_path/?myMonth=3&myDay=12&myYear=1993&num=0

https://holistic-wellness.guru/blog/numerology

What’s also interesting about knowing your life path number is learning about what other life path numbers you are compatible with. It seems to be VERY accurate and I beleive it can help you choose the right partner or figure out how to make your relationships better.

http://numerologyanswers.com/life-path/life-path-number-compatibility-revealing-chemistry/

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5 Ways to Lift Up Your Spirit When Dealing With Rejection

Dealing with rejection is hard. We all get rejected and it feels awful. Most of the time it lowers our self esteem and then it’s difficult to put ourselves out there again, whether it be for a relationship or a job opportunity. Here are 5 Thing’s I do to make myself feel better after getting rejected.

1. Cry

When I get rejected, I feel extreme sadness and want to let it out, so I do. I often go to a quiet place and just let myself feel sad. Crying right away helps me get over the situation faster.

2. Go to the gym

I’ve been rejected many times, but that doesn’t stop me from trying to look and feel my best. Also, there are many attractive guy’s at the gym who check me out! It definitely helps me feel good about myself, especially after being rejected by someone I really like.

3. Go out with friend’s

Going out with friend’s and meeting new people is a great way to get over being rejected. I usually go out to eat and drink at a event that I know will be packed with fun people like Winedown Wednesday or Taco Tuesday!

4. Get on Bumble or any other dating site

I recently decided to go back on Bumble because I want to meet new people who will be interested in my friendship, or more. Now they have the option to find your bff, or new job if you’re not interested in dating!

5. Just remember EVERYONE gets rejected

Not just you and I get rejected, everyone on this planet does! Even though we feel hurt at that moment of getting turned down, it’s really not a big deal and we just gotta move on to the next thing. You might think that a certain opportunity with a person or job would have been the best thing that can happen to you, but there really are better opportunites out there. Don’t lose hope. Keep trying and live your fabulous life!

Photo credit: https://www.powerofpositivity.com/6-ways-being-rejected-can-make-you-a-better-person/

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Dating Sucks 

What is going on? Dating used to be so easy! Now it’s hard to get a date at all! I know I’m not the most beautiful girl in the world, plenty of people think I’m very attractive but will never ask me out on a real date.

I feel like I’m the one trying to get the guy’s I like to go out with me, but it never works. There’s always an excuse, and I start feeling like there’s something wrong with me.

I’ve been using Tinder for almost a year now, on and off but of course, no luck with that app either. I mean, I met one guy I actually really liked a lot but of course he’s out looking for better and then I have a couple of guy’s from the app on my Social media account’s that like my photos but never want to meet me in person…. like huh?!

The only guy’s who ask me out are men in their 50’s + that aren’t even attractive at all. I know that it’s not all about looks and age but c’mon! I need to date someone who I have somewhat of an attraction to and is close to my age.

I’m just very dissapointed. The fact that I can’t even get a text back from a guy I like when I invite him out once is just ridiculous already. I’m not asking for an expensive night out or a diamond ring. Just to meet up for a drink or something and hang out! Seems like that’s the most I can get out of a guy these day’s…