Learn A Language! I Will Say No More.
I have just embarked on a journey of learning a language. In fact, I have decided to study several languages using an online application. I have tried this before…without good results. I quit too soon. This time, I seem to be hanging in there a bit longer, and I am reaping some benefits I didn’t […]Read More
Dress to the Nines In These Times?…Sure You Can!
The Great Resignation…unemployment running out…new variants…Jan. 6 commission…what next? During these times it seems it is survival first and foremost. There is no time to be stylish, trendy or even modern. Pinching pennies is what it’s about…and making the next bill payment. But does it have to be that bad? No…with proper budgeting, you can still […]Read More
Do You Have A Destination When You Leave Your Home?
You should know where you’re headed before you step out the door each day. It’s one of the most important life lessons you can learn. And it’s best to learn it early so that your days are structured, and your life has definition as you step over the threshold of your home and into the […]Read More
Staying Local Creates An Aroma In Your Life
America is a land of drivers and commuters. We hop in our vehicle, grab a train or bus and we’re off. Nothing wrong with that. This is a great land with lots to discover, experience and explore. However, there is something to be said for staying put every once in awhile, as well as making […]Read More
Toxic Work Environments Are Realizing the Pain
I am seeing more press on the “Great Resignation,” an event long overdue and evidence of just the way workplaces have been. Let me tell you some of the experiences I had in the workplace starting from 1985: I was aggressively intimidated at a job. I experienced unwanted touching, forced to work as a bouncer […]Read More
Do You Care About The Earth?
There is only one earth…and by the looks of it, not much of the billions of people on the planet care much about it. It’s them…and only them. Be it littering, smoke stacks billowing out pollution, cars roaring down roads in mass traffic jams, a lawn mower zooming across a property, exhaust from heating and […]Read More
Bicycling…A worldwide tradition
The basic bicycle design can be traced back to 1493, when Gian Giacomo Caprotti sketched out the idea. Another version was built in France in 1791. However, what many people consider the first practical bicycle was created in 1817 by Karl von Drais, a German civil servant. A four-wheeled human-powered vehicle with a rope to connect gears to the […]Read More
Getting Good Sleep Is A Must
The aspect of sleep, is one which, doesn’t get enough attention. Without proper sleep, how good can we expect to be the next day? Distractions from the day cloud our mind as we wrestle to calm our mind, and drift off. Not always easy. Upon awaking, we haven’t been well rested and then make choices, agreements […]Read More
Each Morning Is A New Start
Our lives have many twists and turns. Not every day is pleasant, and sometimes there is conflict. For a brief time, I was raised in the 19th Ward of Rochester, New York. It was the late 60’s. Integration was at the surface of discussion all through the U.S.A., but where I grew up, WE WERE INTEGRATED. No partiality […]Read More
Must-Haves in Your Kitchen
A quality living experience can be had regardless of the home you occupy. Be it a room with a kitchen, apartment in a low/middle-income high-rise, or a mansion on 15 acres. They all have a kitchen. And what’s in that kitchen sets the tone for your enjoyment and satisfaction before, during and after you dine. Here are some […]Read More