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Meet Lori



Hi I'm Lori.

Sign: Leo

College of Hard Knocks

Degree in Common Sense

3 Passions: Ballroom, Latin Dance (trained Fred Astaire Dancer)
Writing (Product Reviews, Field of Expertise: Self-Confidence - Absolutely love helping others achieve their lifetime goals.

Motto: I would rather lose on my terms than win on someone else's.

 
                 


I have an huge appetite for life and positive energy. My core "niche" is self-confidence and positive energy, since we live in a negative society, positive thinking is our survival kit; hence, patience, persist and pursue are our weapons to overcome whatever society throws at us.


Each of my posts sends the message, you have what you need to succeed - Go For It!  Rise to the challenge and conquer.

Please share my blog with your friends. Also let me know what other topics interest you, since I am always open to new ideas and suggestions.







DISCLAIMER: Please know that lilvix08, littlevixxen811, lorilogic811 and Lori B are one and the same person - "me"

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