Candace Bushnell Once Said…

Candace Bushnell was born on December 1, 1958. Candace is an American author, journalist, and television producer that wrote a column for the New York Observer which became Sex and the City and the prequel The Carrie Diaries.

Man may have discovered fire, but women discovered how to play with it. – Candace Bushnell

Was it actually proven that it was the man that discovered fire? I’m not saying it was or wasn’t but it is something to think about. They say that it was discovered in the stone ages with cavemen but how do they know it was the man who did or did he just take credit for it? And yes in some ways I’m playing with fire stating this because that’s what they say is that it was man who discovered fire. I just think it is possible women did. I believe in possibilities. Possibilities are endless and possibilities mean hope. Hope inspires all kinds of things in life.

One has to become one’s own soulmate. You have to have a good relationship with yourself. You go everywhere with yourself. There’s no getting away. – Candace Bushnell

This makes more sense to me than others. Other than this the idea of a soulmate seems more like a fairy tale. I’d love to believe that there is someone out there for everyone but does that really mean that person is your soul mate? I’m all about monogamy and I do believe that most have one true great love but I’m not sure if that is a soul mate. Maybe in someone else’s definition. I also think you can have more than one love in your life, life is fleeting and you will meet several people (at least most of us will) and I think depending on how long we do live we have more than one love. For me I think of love of my life to be the one that I feel the most, or think of the most. What do you think?

The key to life is your attitude. Whether you’re single or married or have kids or don’t have kids, it’s how you look at your life, what you make of it. It’s about making the best of your life wherever you are in life. – Candace Bushnell

Having lived in Wisconsin, Texas, New York City, and now Ohio I see and have experienced this. There’s always a period of adjustment when moving to a new area. You need to let yourself have time to get to know the lay of the land and that’s what will help you feel at ease… that and having a job and a routine. For me I think that people do better when they have more of a routine in life and they stick to it. I’m not saying we shouldn’t stray or have a strict time schedule but it does help you in the long run to have a bit of a plan in life and to make plans for the future, whatever it is that you want to do.