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Living Smart can mean what you want it to mean. You decide.

Posted on February 28th, 2011.

As an adjective, it can mean quick-witted intelligence:  If she was that smart, she would have never been tricked.  Making a smart remark does not mean “intelligent”, it means clever or in most cases, sarcastic: “Don’t get smart or I’ll whack you one!” Sarcasm is seldom appreciated by anyone.  It can also mean attractive, neat, and stylish.

This is the beginning of our third year providing articles to help you make smart choices.  That does not mean smart alec choices, nor does it Living Smart can mean what you want it to mean.  You decide. What it does mean, is if you will open yourself to instruction, you can amp up your ability to intelligently and wisely craft better outcomes for your life experiences.

All articles are biblically sound and practically proven.  The women who write articles for Living Smart volunteer their time. Their goal is to share with you insights and wisdom that will take you to a new level of Living smart!

Enjoy each inspired article and live wise in your smart pace (quick, fast, lively, energetic, vigorous) greet those around you.

Encouraging you is my joy mean sarcastic choices.  What it does mean, is if you will open yourself to instruction, you can amp up your ability to intelligently and wisely craft better outcomes for your life experiences.

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