Month: February 2013
I hope all of you are ready for the weekend. This weekend I am going to be preparing healthy snacks for my nieces and nephews. I am going to post the recipes to those snacks, pictures, and their reviews with the March issue. Keep an eye out for it! Remember, we are currently accepting all creative work for the March issue. Some of the things we are really looking for are healthy recipes, home remedies, all-natural makeups, and cleaning supplies with less chemicals. If you want to talk about “going green,” you can do that as well.
We do not limit to written work, by the way. If you think that you have pictures, artwork, or music that applies to a topic, please send it to us! Our email is firstname.lastname@example.org
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Next month, the issue is going to be on health, nutrition, and homemade goods. It is a bit random, I know, but I think it will be a lot of fun. We are going to include more recipes and even an interview with a past Biggest Loser contestant (!!). We can’t wait.
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Welcome to the February issue of Courage for Tomorrow! I hope that you enjoy this issue, as well as our past issues. The topics of this month are hope and love. You may notice some new things in this issue, from recipes to a “picture”; if you enjoy this new selection, please comment on that specific post.
Some of you may be new, and some of you could be loyal readers. Either way, we would like to thank you for taking the time to read this magazine. Our goal is to help people; if we have helped you, please let us know. If you need help, again, please let us know. I would like to ask that if you know someone that needs cheering up or help, direct them to Courage for Tomorrow. We will do everything in our power to make that person happy.
Thank you again for reading, and of course I would like to think my wonderful writers and editors.
We are always open to new writers and artists!
I hope you enjoy this issue!
Courage for Tomorrow
This issue is to those who never stop loving or hoping, and to those who love with their whole hearts.
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I thought that I would continue this post because I know that music has strong healing powers for some people. Who doesn’t like to listen to a good song?
Here are several songs that might inspire people who have been hurt:
1. Forgiven – Reliant K
2. Peace in the Valley – Kevin Costner
3. Fin – Anberlin
4. Love Saves the Day – Piotr Rubik
5. Savin’ Me – Nickelback
6. How Deep the Water Runs – Kevin Costner
7. The Unwinding Cable Car – Anberlin
8. I Was Here – Beyonce
9. Lose Yourself – Eminem
10. Savior – Black Veil Brides
11. Never Give In – Black Veil Brides
12. Second and Sebring – Of Mice and Men
13. Someone Somewhere – Asking Alexandria
14. This Song Saved my Life – Simple Plan
15. You are the Heart – Blood on the Dance Floor
16. The Good Life – Valencia
17. How to Save a Life – The Fray
18. Eyes Open -Taylor Swift
19. Tied Together With a Smile – Taylor Swift
20. Beautiful – Christina Aguilera
21. Who You Are – Jessie J
22. This is Love – The Script
23. The Fighter – Gym Class Heroes ft. Ryan Tedder
24. Perfect- P!nk
25. Who Says – Selena Gomez
26. Firework – Katy Perry
27. Hey You – Miranda Cosgrove
28. What Makes You Beautiful – One Direction
29. Only You Can Be You – Cymphonique Miller
30. Little Things – One Direction
31. Freckles – Natasha Bedingfield
32. Imagine – John Lennon
33. I Believe I Can Fly – R. Kelly
34. One – U2
35. Just the Way You Are – Bruno Mars
36. Mean Girls – Rachel Crow
37. Let it Be – The Beatles
38. Times – Tenth Avenue North
39. By Your Side – Tenth Avenue North
40. Stars – David Crowder Band
41. The Sun Will Rise – Kelly Clarkson
42. Stand – Rascal Flatts
43. You Are Loved (Don’t Give Up) – Josh Groban
44. Hero – Mariah Carey
45. When You Believe – Whitney Houston ft. Mariah Carey
46. Where the Streets Have No Name – U2
47. The Climb – Miley Cyrus
48. You Can Come to Me – Ross Lynch and Laura Marano
49. Changed – Rascal Flatts
50. I Won’t Let Go – Rascal Flatts
51. Believe – Brooks and Dunn
52. I Hope You Dance – Lee Ann Womack
53. Need You Now – Plumb
54. Lost – Michael Bublé
55. Marching On – OneRepublic
56. Heroes – David Bowie
57. Brave – Sara Bareilles
58. Little Wonders – Rob Thomas
59. Whip It – Love and Death
60. Hope – We Came As Romans
61. Son of Venice – Upon This Dawning
Thank you to everyone that contributed to the list!
Please, feel free to add more songs! We want to know what songs give you hope.