More About The Seeds 4 Life

About The Seeds 4 Life

B.W. Ginsburg

Hey everybody! So while I was updating this site, I added a link in the menu for my articles on the inspirational website, The Seeds 4 Life. This site, and the fact that I was given the opportunity to be a freelancer, means the world to me. Therefore, I would like to go into a little more detail on what The Seeds 4 Life is all about. As cited on their website,

“TheSeeds4Life is a website that provides both inspirational messages and personal development articles.  All are based around a wide range of quotes in the areas of self-development, personal growth, and self-improvement. 
This site was created around the idea that your mind functions like a garden, with your thoughts acting like the Seeds.  The more inspirational or positive thoughts you Seed within your mind, the more flowers you’ll grow.  However, Seed your mind with more thoughts of defeat…

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Writing Reminder

Hey guys! Just wanted to share with you where you can find my other writings if you’re interested. All of these are also available by clicking the links in my top menu. Feel free to click on the links below to check out my writing!

Seeds on The Seeds 4 Life

  • Seeds 4 Life is a fantastic site run by Matt. Contributors can share their inspirational articles, or seeds as Matt calls them, and help others through their writing!

Articles on Battle of Mind Blog

  • From writing about the fact that you’re not alone in struggling with obstacles to using progress to build confidence, I share my thoughts about dealing with mental health and other issues.

Contributor and administrator on Serenity

  • Along with my good friends Ariel, Carla, and Rae, I write about peace, kindness, spreading mental health awareness, animal safety, and much more!

Articles on The Mighty

  • The Mighty is a great place for writers to share their experiences with chronic illness, mental health issues, and much more. By spreading awareness on these subjects, writers are helping the readers of the site know that they are not alone.

Articles on Youshare

  • Youshare is another great site for sharing your experiences with mental health issues, etc. Contributors get the chance to help others through their writing.

Rest in Piece Book Blog

  • The Rest in Piece Book Blog is where I talk about my newly published book, Rest in Piece, and my other experiences with writing. You can purchase the book, learn about the author, and much much more through visiting this site.

Where to Purchase My Writing

  • If you’d like me to write a poem or article for you, you can do so on Fiverr where I sell poetry and articles.
  • You can purchase my first published book ever, Rest in Piece on Amazon!

November Challenge – November 6th

Define family

The definition of family in my opinion are the people who are always there for you – through thick and thin. They’re there for you even when you doubt anyone will be. They accept your struggles (even if they don’t like them) and even with everything you go through, they still love you.

  1. Favourite picture book as a child?
  2. Fond childhood places?
  3. Thing(s) you are most proud of?
  4. Have you been through any official rites of passage? How about unofficial?
  5. What is your role in your family?
  6. Define family.
  7. Do you get on with your siblings?
  8. What’s the story behind how you got your name?
  9. What assumptions people make about you?
  10. What small things have you seen or taken note of today?
  11. What makes you happy?
  12. Do you have good self control?
  13. Are you good at making decisions?
  14. How often do you cry?
  15. Have you ever had any altercations with the police?
  16. How do your relieve stress?
  17. What did you once love, but now hate?
  18. Is doing nothing a waste of time?
  19. What is cluttering your life?
  20. How do you help people, in small ways, in large ways, however?
  21. When’s the last time you did something nice for a stranger?
  22. Who inspires you the most?
  23. Do Apps help or waste your time?
  24. Does FaceBook make you feel bad?
  25. What music are you listening to right now?
  26. What TV shows have mattered to you?
  27. What was the last book you read? Did you enjoy it?
  28. When did you last have a really good conversation?

November Challenge – November 5th

What is your role in your family?

I’m a daughter, sister, niece, cousin, granddaughter, great niece in terms of relationships to others. In terms of what I do around the house, I try to help with getting stuff and sometimes folding clothes. I know that I should work on helping more around the house. Sometimes it’s laziness and sometimes it’s my anxiety that stops me from doing more.

  1. Favourite picture book as a child?
  2. Fond childhood places?
  3. Thing(s) you are most proud of?
  4. Have you been through any official rites of passage? How about unofficial?
  5. What is your role in your family?
  6. Define family.
  7. Do you get on with your siblings?
  8. What’s the story behind how you got your name?
  9. What assumptions people make about you?
  10. What small things have you seen or taken note of today?
  11. What makes you happy?
  12. Do you have good self control?
  13. Are you good at making decisions?
  14. How often do you cry?
  15. Have you ever had any altercations with the police?
  16. How do your relieve stress?
  17. What did you once love, but now hate?
  18. Is doing nothing a waste of time?
  19. What is cluttering your life?
  20. How do you help people, in small ways, in large ways, however?
  21. When’s the last time you did something nice for a stranger?
  22. Who inspires you the most?
  23. Do Apps help or waste your time?
  24. Does FaceBook make you feel bad?
  25. What music are you listening to right now?
  26. What TV shows have mattered to you?
  27. What was the last book you read? Did you enjoy it?
  28. When did you last have a really good conversation?

November Challenge – November 4th

Have you been through any official rites of passage? How about unofficial?

Does Communion and Confirmation count. If so, then yes. I remember being nervous when it came to Confirmation because we had to practice walking in the church and everything!

  1. Favourite picture book as a child?
  2. Fond childhood places?
  3. Thing(s) you are most proud of?
  4. Have you been through any official rites of passage? How about unofficial?
  5. What is your role in your family?
  6. Define family.
  7. Do you get on with your siblings?
  8. What’s the story behind how you got your name?
  9. What assumptions people make about you?
  10. What small things have you seen or taken note of today?
  11. What makes you happy?
  12. Do you have good self control?
  13. Are you good at making decisions?
  14. How often do you cry?
  15. Have you ever had any altercations with the police?
  16. How do your relieve stress?
  17. What did you once love, but now hate?
  18. Is doing nothing a waste of time?
  19. What is cluttering your life?
  20. How do you help people, in small ways, in large ways, however?
  21. When’s the last time you did something nice for a stranger?
  22. Who inspires you the most?
  23. Do Apps help or waste your time?
  24. Does FaceBook make you feel bad?
  25. What music are you listening to right now?
  26. What TV shows have mattered to you?
  27. What was the last book you read? Did you enjoy it?
  28. When did you last have a really good conversation?