Monday, July 29, 2013

The Secret is to live your dream now

If you want to attract a better job or anything better than what you currently have, it is important to understand how the law of attraction works.
You know that to bring in something better you must imagine what that better thing looks like in your mind, and then live in that picture as though it is here now. But you should also know that if you complain about your current job, for example, and continue to focus on all the negative things, you will never bring the better job to you. You must look for the things to be grateful for in your current job. Each thing you find to be grateful for is helping to bring that better job to you. That is really working the law!
Rhonda Byrne

Friday, July 26, 2013

Just posted on "Little Secrets"

Please read about "TURQUOISE" The Healing Stone.
I have some stones for sale on Little Secrets products.

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Is this a thought that you hold?

"I have no money to give, but when I have money then I will give." If it is, you will never have money. The fastest way to attract anything is to give it to another, so if it is money you want to attract, then give it. You can give $10 or $5 or $1. It doesn't matter what the amount is, just give it. It doesn't matter how much and it doesn't matter where you give it, just give!
Rhonda Byrne

Thursday, July 18, 2013

Language, Capitol and Currency in Austria


German is spoken in Austria. The Austrian dialect is melodious and pleasant to the ear. The Austrian German strongly resembles the German used in Southern Germany.

Standard German did not spread from a regional dialect; rather it was consciously created by scholars such as Martin Luther who remove as many regional variations so that the greatest number of Germans could read the Bible in German. The 18th century poets, Goethe and Schiller,  further standardized German.

Today there are more than 120 million people speaking German in 8 countries around the world, so you would expect some variation. Austrian German is very similar to Southern German. Northern German is influenced by Dutch and English. It is said by some that the purest original form is found in Austria and Southern Germany (Austrians I am sure)


Vienna, the Capitol of Austria, was driven to its splendor by the Habsburgs. Vienna's love of music and the arts comes from its passionate people. Mercer’s international 2011 survey, ranked Vienna top in quality of life.
A big attraction in Vienna is Le Meridien, which is set near the edge of the Ringstrasse, one of the most exciting and hottest shopping and entertainment areas in the city.  The world famous Vienna State Opera is one of the most celebrated opera houses in the whole of Europe.  Tickets to the  Vienna Philharmonic's New Years Day concert sell out six months in advance, so book early.   Other must see destinations include"
  • Imperial Hofburg Palace,
  • Albertina, Secession
  • Museumsquartier.

My favorite is a night time stroll along the Inner Ring (Begins with Schubertring) where you can hear the music of string quartets playing a Viennese Waltz. Stop in and have a Café Mit Schlag or a glass of Austrian wine. You will create wonderful memories. Vienna is home to some of the world’s greatest composers.  Visitors will find ample evidence as they take in the sublime music of Vienna from its myriad of concert halls, opera houses,  theaters and dozens of little bars, wine houses and lounges.
If you want to explore the city, rent a bike. Vienna has over 800 kilometers of bicycling paths. On a lighter side, shopping the outdoor markets is a fun day. Austria was once the cross roads between East and West; so, you will find exquisite items in the outdoor markets. My favorite spot is the Christmas Market.  It is a sight to behold!
If you are thinking of making your way to Europe and are near Vienna, Austria, give yourself a big memorable treat and spend a night or two with wonderful people in a city full of music.


  • The first Austrian Schilling was introduced in the year 1924.
  •  1 schilling = 10,000 Austro Kronen. During World War II (in 1938), the Schilling was replaced by the German Reichmark.
  •  In 1945, the Austrian Schilling was reinstated as the official currency for Austria. Schilling notes were issued that year, and coins were issued in 1946.
  •  During the 1950s the Austrian Schilling started stabilizing. Then in 1976, the Schilling was pegged to the German Mark. Finally in 1999, the Euro replaced the Schilling, but the Schilling continued to circulate until 2002.

Monday, July 15, 2013

The Law of Attraction listens to everything we say, like...

Criticism can be very subtle in the way it creeps into our thoughts. Here are some examples of criticism to help you become aware of its subtlety, so you can eliminate it from your thoughts:
The weather is awful today.
The traffic is terrible.
The service is really bad.
Oh no, look at the line.
He/she is always late.
How long do we have to wait for our order?
That motorist is a lunatic.
It's so hot in here.
I've been on hold for so long!

These are subtle things, but the law of attraction is listening to them all. You have the ability to appreciate something in every single circumstance. There is always something to be grateful for.
Rhonda Byrne

Thursday, July 11, 2013

Introduction to Austria

Austria is a such beautiful country, I was there twice and will go back when I have a chance.

The beauty of the mountains, valleys, lakes, the Alps ... nature is breath taking. There is a mix of landscapes with glaciers, meadows, alpine valleys, wooded foothills, rolling farmland, vineyards, river gorges and cities like Vienna, Salzburg and Innsbruck. If you never had a chance to visit Austria, please consider going.  It is a "must see" . You will want to experience "all" that this great country has to offer.

Vienna is the capitol of Austria. The government system is a federal republic. The country has a population of 8.4 million who use the Euro as it currency and speak German.


Austria is a landlocked country in Central Europe with an area of 32,377 sq miles (83,855 km²). It's bordering countries are:
  • North - Czech Republic and Germany
  • East - Slovakia and Hungary
  • South - Switzerland, Italy, and Slovenia
  • East - tiny Liechtenstein
Internally, West and South Austria are located in the Alps while the rest of the country is mostly flat.


Wednesday, July 3, 2013

Where to stay in Warsaw (Poland)

There are so many good hotels with great value in Warsaw. I have spend a lot of time trying to choose the best ones for you; so, if you go, have a great stay.

1. Mamaison Hotel Le Regina (5 starts)
One of the most unique Warsaw hotels, the upscale deluxe Mamaison Hotel Le Regina is one of the best hotels in Warsaw and is located in the center of this vibrant city. Located in the historic Mokrowski Palace, the hotel is just a few minutes walk from the Old Town. While the exterior is traditional architecture from the 18th century, inside the Regina complements it history with contemporary design, excellent facilities, comfortable surroundings and top-class accommodation.  It has all the amenities you would expect from one of the most esteemed Poland hotels, and not faraway from the central train station and airport.

Address: Kościelna 12, Sródmiescie, 00-218 Warsaw, Poland
Phone: 011 48 22 531 60 00
Price starts at $328 dollars

2. Polonia Palace Hotel (4 stars)

The Polonia Palace Hotel, built in 1913, became a symbol of Warsaw. Today it enjoys the best downtown location facing the Palace of Culture and Science. The Polonia Palace is a true landmark and has always been a prestigious and fashionable residence for politicians, diplomats, famous artists, celebrities and business or leisure travelers from all around the world. Recently renovated, it brings back the charm and style of a bygone era adding state-of-the-art facilities like high speed Internet or individually controlled air conditioning. The hotel is close to main tourist attractions, business offices, shops, restaurants and entertainment venues, making it the perfect choice for both business and leisure travelers. The nearest airport to the hotel is Warsaw International Airport, which is located 8km away.
This hotel is a bargain.

Address: Aleje Jerozolimskie 45, Warsaw 00-692 , Poland 
Phone: 011 48 22 318 28 00
Price starts at $85 dollars per night

3. Metropol  Hotel (3 stars)

Conveniently located in the center of Warsaw, the Metropol is opposite the Palace of Culture and Science and very close to all cultural, business, entertainment, and shopping areas. Amenities include wireless Internet access, an Internet point, and a fancy restaurant. The friendly and professional staff will ensure an unforgettable and pleasant stay in Warsaw.

Address: Marszałkowska St 99A  Warsaw, Poland
Phone: +48 22 325 31 00
Price starts at $53 dollars per night

Reasonable accommodations: 

Hotel Premiere Classe Varsovie

The Premiere Classe Varsovie is centrally located just a 4-minute drive from Expo XXI International Expo Center and a 10-minute walk to the Warsaw Central Train Station and Złote Tarasy Shopping Center. The hotel has bright rooms with satellite TV and free Wi-Fi and has private parking available. The hotel maintains a front desk staff 24 X 7.

While the price may lead you to believe this is a "shared bath" facility, guests can enjoy a buffet breakfast served at the breakfast room.

The Premiere Classe Varsovie/Warszawa is just 1 mile from the Palace of Culture and Science and 2 miles from Warsaw’s Old Town. With good public transportation, guests can quickly get to the Warsaw International (Chopin) Airport on the south side of town.

Address: Ul. Towarowa 2, Wola, 00-811 Warsaw
Phone: +48 22 624 08 00
Price starts at $42 dollars per night