Anything worth doing is worth doing well. That is why I always strive to do my best and grow as my life changes; with each new chapter comes new challenges and new opportunities. What are your challenges? Can you meet those challenges and accept what needs to be done when the time is right? If you are ready, then welcome to All Things For The Win.
Have you caught yourself thinking about gardening or gazing at your snow-covered garden, longing for spring? If you have garden fever this winter then wait no longer. Some seeds can benefit from time outside in the cold. Continue reading to find out what you can plant this winter and kick the winter time blues. Not only can most… Continue reading How to plant a garden in winter
The Carlos Castaneda book series has had an effect on many people, for many different reasons. Starting in 1968 as a work of Anthropology, the series ends up turning into the story of a sorcerer’s apprentice. First, appealing to the drug culture of the time for it’s reported first hand account of the use of… Continue reading What’s Inside The Carlos Castaneda Books?
A member of the Thrush family, the Western Bluebird or Rocky Mountain Bluebird can be seen in open meadows near trees, sagebrush prairies, pinyon-juniper woods as well as mountainous areas and Alpine zones above the treeline; in the vicinity of the Rocky Mountains of North America. Continue reading for photos, facts and footage of the… Continue reading The Western Rocky Mountain Bluebird
Your Sixth Sense is active at all times and is giving you signals. Signals that can help to guide you to where you want to be in life. You can train yourself to tune in to these signals and learn to use your sixth sense to manifest abundance. The non-physical part of yourself communicates with… Continue reading Manifest Abundance Using Your Sixth Sense
Do you suspect that your horses may have worms? Here are a few Ascaris Worm Facts: Parascaris equorum, also known as Horse Worms, are a type of Giant Roundworm which resides within affected horses. This article covers how they live and spread and symptoms to look for in horses – plus easy and cost effective… Continue reading Ascaris Round Worms – Horse Worms
I began training Brazilian Jiu Jitsu at age 34 and mostly trained at home using a wooden grappling dummy that I made from scratch. To see that dummy, I welcome you to check it out on YouTube here: If you are thinking about training at home, it would benefit you to have a grappling… Continue reading Brazilian Jiu Jitsu – The 40 Year Old Blue Belt
Heirloom seeds are open pollinated, the natural way. Their Offspring will have most or all of the characteristics of the parent, unlike Hybrid seeds which are artificially pollinated. Heirloom Seeds can be collected year after year, giving you control to grow your own seed supply at a very low cost (water and time). You can… Continue reading Heirloom Seeds and how to grow your own