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7. Be Positive. Always look for the silver lining in your life experiences, and your body will reward you for it. The body does not do well when under stress; it only causes emotional chaos, weight gain, and health issues. So give your body the gift of health by being positive. When limiting, negative thoughts come to mind, dont try to fight themjust let them go, and replace them with positive, uplifting thoughts. If you practice this regularly soon you will realize that you are more positive and happy than you were before. Your mind is your greatest tool of creation, so use it to your advantage by being positive daily.
For most climates, it will be necessary to dig down to the frost line. This information is available from the local building inspector, so check with their office for local requirements. Regardless of the depth, plan to leave at least three inches of the block exposed above the ground.
When you move into a shelter, you must know in advance what your final destination is. Imagine and plan your life after the shelter. Do you intend to relocate? If so, would you need financial assistance? What about the children's education and friends? Can you find a job? Have everything sorted out. Only then, pack your things and leave your abuser.If you are building a small horse barn the first thing you will need is a good set of plans. Your small horse barn plans should have all the parts of your barn listed and also show you where each one of them goes. This article describes each of the important parts of a 10x10 one stall horse barn with a 10x6 tack shed. This size is the smallest horse barn that will accommodate most horses. Some of these elements are not necessary but we will describe the "ultimate" horse barn and you can take off what you like to fit your personal needs and budget.
Of course, if you are going to work inside the barn it is a good idea to take the animals out. This is especially true if there is going to be allot of movement or loud noises. That said the first thing to do is just stand there and take a look around. Are there cobwebs and spiders in the rafters and framing? Is dust built up on surfaces? Usually it is a good idea to start with a good sweeping and dusting. Hose and scrub walls if you can. Look at the floors, hose them down and brush them out. Look for repairs that need to be made.
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