Tracy Seekins

Long time writer/blogger. Has been on a lifelong journey for self enrichment. This is a journey which never ends and I look forward to sharing it with you.
Tracy Seekins has written 110 posts for Random Words

Herbal Tea for PMS

Last month I found the best tea for women for just before or during our favorite time of the month. Thought I’d share for anyone who’d like to try making their own who needs some relief from cramping, stress, irritability and the like. Continue reading

We Are All One

Just because man has created religions that separate us on earth, does not mean it separates God or that it separates us from God. Religions were created to explain the unexplainable, to name the unnamable. Separation does not come from God, it comes from the flawed human ego. Continue reading


A poem about loss. Continue reading

You Just Never Know

As I sat this morning at my picnic table trying to write, the tears flowing freely making my page harder and harder to see, I realized the perspective this was giving me. All of the drama and stresses that have been surrounding me lately melted away. They suddenly seemed so small and unimportant. Continue reading

Clear Written Communication

Written communication can be tricky. Learning what kind of voice you have and then creating the one you want can often take time and effort. The words you choose, the way you choose to put those words together, and the way your sentences fit within your paragraphs, all leaves a unique written fingerprint. Continue reading

7 Places Online to Look for Scholarships and Grants

I have been searching the web for resources that might help in this way. Included below are a list of links that might help you find a scholarship or grant that is right for you. Continue reading

Would I Be My Friend

If you met your exact self as another person, would you like them? Would they be a good friend? Would they seem kind, generous and loving? Would they have time and patience, and invest in your friendship? Would you feel good in their presence? Would they make you laugh? Would you truly want to spend time with them? Would they be a good influence? Remember, no one on earth spends more time with you, than — you. Be a good friend to yourself. The best way to be a good friend to yourself is to be a good person. Be the kind of person you wish you had in your life, because who you are, is exactly who you’ve got.” — Bryant McGill Continue reading

My 10 Rules for 2015

New Year’s Resolutions are SO easy to break that I stopped making them ages ago. Last year I simply set a goal list for the year and I accomplished 8 out of 10 items. I’m thrilled with that.

This year I set a goal list again, but I’m also setting up a list of rules for my life in 2015. I’m going to print them out and place them on a wall near where I sit to remind me when I’m struggling. I’m going to make them into a picture to put on the background of my computer. I’m going to read them every day at first and then at least once a week later on, to keep myself on track with the changes I need to make. Continue reading

You Get Out of It What You Put Into It

When I was a child this season held so much magic. There were beautiful lights and happy music, Christmas cards and caroling. There was this amazing tree that lit up and sometimes played music in my living room with bright pretty boxes under it. And on Christmas morning there magically appeared a stocking on my bedroom doorknob filled with surprises which I could sit and play with or often eat. Continue reading

Change Begins Here

I woke up this morning thinking about change. Thinking about how we begin to change our world, one person at a time. That’s exactly it. We create change one person at a time, one action at a time, one THOUGHT at a time. Continue reading