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Rdays Network is a group of network shoppers who buy at wholesale for personal use or sell at retail to their family and friends.  Some of them sponsor family and friends into their own network, those people also buy at wholesale and receive a bonus for the total volume that goes through that network.

 

Postings on this site are designed to enlighten Network Marketing people or small business owners with positive and helpful information. However, living in a negative world, you do not have to be in network marketing to appreciate these positive posts that can really make your day better.
  • Having your own Network Marketing business means you have a group of people working together as a network who use products from their own store and are getting paid to shop.
  • Obviously, the more shoppers you have in your own network the more bonus money moves through your business.
  • The more money that moves through your business the more money you earn, the more choices are made available to you, and the more changes happen in your life.

The main reward that you receive is the friendships that are made and the joy of seeing lives change for the better.  A big reason great friendships are made is because of the type of training we receive that build a successful business the right way: with character and integrity embedded deep into the foundation of the organization.

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Why Network Shopping

Why would you care about network shopping? Let me tell you why we like network shopping and perhaps something will ring a bell with you.

The best part about shopping in a virtual store is that we don’t have to get dressed up or put gas in the car to go to the store.  Personally, I like that I don’t have to find a ride to the store with someone because my car broke down.

Recently, we joined a Network of smart business people who designed a better way to shop. Now we go online as a Wholesale Consumer for things we use everyday.  We like paying wholesale and keeping the retail difference in our pockets.

Share the big news

I love network shopping online and plan on telling everyone I know all about it!  This is big news and I can’t keep it to myself; I just have to tell people.

We all spend money somewhere on things we need and want. Why would we give our hard earned money to the retailer when we can buy the same thing through our network at wholesale?
Not only do we save money paying wholesale prices as a member of the network, we earn bonuses on the total volume spent by our family and friends who shop within our network.  In other words, we not only save money buying what we use at wholesale, we earn a bonus (or bonuses) on the total volume spent in our network; eventually that can mean a large sum of money.
In addition to the amount of money we save and earn in bonuses, we make really good friendships and we are around positive and like-minded people.
Please contact us using the Contact form on the contact page or give us a call on our cell phone.
Judith Sherman (Judy)
Walter Sherman (Walt)
Info@rdaysnetwork.com

Do You Know How Blessed You Are?

As we look around the world and see the suffering of other people, how can we complain about our misfortunes?  Even the poorest among us cannot possibly be worse off than those living in other countries like the Africa and the Middle East.

I was just listening to the news we hear stories about how people suffer at the hands of ruthless leaders. Hearing these stories make our hearts ache for them.

Stories that come out of nations like Syria, Iraq, and the middle east The water, electricity, gas, and food (the necessities of life) are shut off from the people.

People are beheaded and their tongues cut out when they do something against the spying eyes of their leaders.  Syrian leaders slaughter their rebels with heavy artillery without mercy,  as promised if they do not surrender.

We’ve heard on the news in the past that thousands in Yemen were killed by police firing on people. However, the President of Yemen says that people are firing on each other and the police have done none of the shooting on citizens.  Right?

Then we look at Japan’s disaster after a devastating tsunami and their unimaginable suffering that dominated television screens. We even saw animals comforting each other.

  • One story showed two dogs in the rubbish with one on the ground injured. The other dog affectionately put his paw on the injured one and licked it like we would hug and kiss a child.
  • There is a gray squirrel jumping out of trees and latching on to people’s arms and hanging on.
  • People were found in cars and even homes still intact after being caught in the rubble from the tsunami.
  • Precious babies were born in the midst of chaos, and one found alive after being swept out of the arms of her mother by a wall of water.

I then look at what I’ve complained about and think “What am I complaining for? I have a warm home and food in the cupboards and refrigerator. My husband has a job and he gets paid well enough. I have two cars that run and enough money to put gas into them, at least for now I do. I even have enough money to buy a candy bar or a soda if I want to, and I think nothing of it.

I am sitting her posting this blog on a laptop computer and using high-speed Internet to connect. The news I’m watching is on a big screen and high-definition TV set. Really, what is there  to complain about?

I feel too privileged when I think of Libya, Yemen, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Iraq, Iran, Israel, Palestine, and Japan. Nothing I experience can compare to their suffering and to their lives.

Then realized that with privilege comes responsibilities. We MUST get out of our zone of comfort (I don’t mean comfort zone) and pay attention to those around us who are not as privileged. We may not have much to give others in crisis but we always have something that we can give.

For example, I found that I had an extra room to help a friend leave a dysfunctional lifestyle and turn herself around. She didn’t cost me a cent. She paid for the gas I used to take her to and from work and she, in turn, did the dishes and took out the garbage without me even asking that of her.

I also had a peaceful backyard with birds singing and shade trees to rest under when she wanted out of the sun. She could sit in the yard in peace, read a book, and listen to music. This replenished her soul and gave her strength to heal. When she was ready, my wounded bird flew home. That’s what she named a poem she wrote about her experience here.

JUDY’S WOUNDED BIRD IS FLYING HOME
A LITTLE BIRD THAT FELL FROM HER NEST
WOUNDED WITH TORN WING
HAD LOST HER VOICE AND COULD NOT SING
AND HER LITTLE BODY BEGAN TO STING

WHILE LAYING ON THE GROUND
A STRANGER WITH BLUE EYES PASSED BY
PICKED UP THE WOUNDED BIRD AND WHISPERED
“MY LITTLE BIRD” DON’T YOU CRY

SHE TOOK THE LITTLE BIRD
INTO HER LOVING HOME
AND NURSED HER BACK TO HEALTH
AND MADE HER STRONG

IN TIME THE BLUE EYED ANGEL KNEW ONE DAY
THE LITTLE BIRD WOULD WANT TO FLY HOME
BACK TO HER FORMER NEST
WITH FAMILY SHE SO DEARLY WANTED TO BELONG

THE LITTLE BIRD’S MOTHER AWAITS
FOR HER WOUNDED CHILD
FOREVER GRATEFUL TO THE ANGEL WITH THE BLUE EYES,
THAT HELP MEND HER LITTLE WOUNDED BIRD

JUDY’S LITTLE BIRD IS STRONGER
AND READY TO FLY
AND WILL ALWAYS BE GRATEFUL
FOR THE BLUE EYED ANGEL
WHO LOVED HER WHEN SHE FELL FROM HER NEST

This experience cost me nothing, but what I got back was precious and rare. A friendship developed that will never be forgotten and I’ll cherish forever.

The planet we live on is in turmoil and chaos, and it’s all around the globe. We can cave in and become cynical, hateful, and closed off from others and their suffering or we can embrace life and the blessings we share.

My purpose in writing this post is to get you thinking about your own blessings and try to appreciate what you have instead of complaining about what you don’t have. Look outside of yourself and see others. Do what you can to make their lives better and at the same time, make your lives better as well.

Let Your Spirit Soar

Being free to explore our potential and improve our situation is important to us, especially for those who follow a different beat of the drum.

I read a book titled Johnathan Livingston Seagull that illustrates this message best.  It is about a seagull who is different than the other birds in his flock.

Johnathan Livingston Seagull wants more than just living a mundane life. Indeed, he has a strong desire living inside him to fly faster and soar higher than any other bird in the flock.

The other birds laugh at him and tell him that the only reason for flying is to collect food and take it back to the flock. Yet, Jonathan knew there had to be more to flying than just collecting food and living a mundane life.

Johnathan Livingston Seagull has a need to fly faster than the other gulls and to soar up high in the sky.  It is this desire that gets him into a lot of trouble. He wants to be what he is supposed to be and wants to let his spirit soar. But he knew there was more to flying than doing what all the other birds do.

Jonathan thrives on the feeling of soaring and so he is unwilling to give it up, though he pays a price for being different and wanting more from flight than the other birds.

All through this story, the author captures the feelings many of us have when we try to soar in life. We want something more than going through each day making a living and being like others. We want to soar as much as Jonathan Livingston Seagull wants to soar. Once the spirt learns to soar and go where few others dare to go, it is difficult to go back to doing what every one else does.

The author arouses our own desire to soar like Jonathan Livingston Seagull. As we read the story, we identify with how it feels to let our spirits be free and go higher and faster than all the other our the human flock.  The book is about daring to be different than the others in the crown (flock) and being willing to crash as often as it takes to succeed.

It is true that no feeling can match that of a soaring spirit and pursuing dreams. However, without developing character and integrity along the way to success, it will seem meaningless when our souls are empty of friendships and people who care about us.

An organization called International Leadership Development Global (ILD Global) taught me this principle. I want you learn to succeed in life and business by developing internal values and character.  This attitude will help you develop lasting friendships that give meaning and purpose to your life.

This story relates to us as well because it is about being different and being who we feel we need to be.  Who wants to be like Jonathan Livingston Seagull and let your spirit soar instead of living a mundane life? If you need someone to mentor you and be your Life Coach, look for people who understand these principles and are willing to coach you.

Be Positive, Believe You Can

I learned a little song back in 1978 from a dinner I went to with successful business builders in the Amway Business.

It was a simple song but one I still remember well today and sometimes, I still sing it. It’s called Think Positive and it goes like this:

Think positive, believe you can,
do anything that you plan.
If you will, life will treat you grand,
Think positive man.

Yes, it is a silly jingle but it definitely does something to the mind when those words are verbalized; try it and see for your self.

Here is a video of a young girl playing piano with no fingers on her right hand. She is amazing. Do you think she sang that silly song too? Now don’t you dare tell me that you cannot do whatever it is that you want to do!

Now tell me that you can do what you want to do too!

It’s a New Day and a New World

This story was originally posted a year or so ago, I am not sure of the date, but I fixed a few things and updated it a bit.   Basically, although the story is somewhat old, it is truly a timely message.

Does this title (It’s a new day and a new world) sound strange to you when considering everything going on the past week?

Another saying we likely heard a few times as well is “The day is what we make of it”.

When we change the way we view who we are and our responsibility to affect the world around us in a positive way, we actually change the world around us.

I believe these words wholeheartedly, and I know this is true because of my own efforts.

I know that life is not pleasant or beautiful when so much ugliness is around us, yet we see what we choose to see.

Just because we know the reality of life, it does not mean we have to be what the world says we have to be.  We can be the kind of person we choose and live our lives accordingly!

I wrote a blog that no one was stopping by to read.   I thought about deleting it and not write any more until I came across something I wrote earlier and decided to try writing again.

I had no idea of what to say until I started typing and the words just started forming on the page.  I believe this is how we should live our lives; meaning that we shouldn’t think so much about what we are going to say or do, we just need to start doing it.

Who cares if anyone is paying attention to us or what we have to say!   Right?  We may never know who we affect by our words or even if we do, but we need to do it anyway – at least do it for ourselves.

Writing is how I came through depression after 9/11/2001, and it blessed my life.  Eventually, the first book I wrote turned into a six book series. You can read about my books at this link:  https://ourdaysolutions.com/about-treasure-box-series.

It’s true, I do hope that someone reads this posting because I believe there is inspiration in this writing.  My point is that we have to live our lives according to the inspiration we receive right now. How else can we know how to face the scary times ahead and know what to do, unless we live by the spirit and the promptings that come to us?

Now, if you just happened to stop by for a visit, please leave me a note to let me know that you came by . . . just so I know that someone actually read this post. Although I don’t care whether you read it or not, being human, I do like knowing that I’ve been heard.

I’ve noticed that, as I write, I am becoming more and more confidant in who I am. Perhaps this is your solution as well for your own lack of confidence.  Writing is very satisfying.

In conclusion, let me say that I hope people will become more comfortable with who they are and not try so hard to be acceptable to their peers.

That’s all for now. I don’t know when I will be checking back in so I hope you check into some of my other sites as well.

God bless,
Judith Sherman

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