It’s so easy to come up with an excuse not to do something. It’s not the right time. You don’t want to do it alone. Maybe you don’t have the right color shoes.
What are you hoping for in 2018? More adventure? More exercise? Better health? New hobbies? (That’s what my life is all about!) Every year, we are determined to keep our resolutions but somehow…
Besides, the Turkey, stuffing and mashed potatoes, lively conversation should be an essential item on your Thanksgiving menu. Otherwise, you might as well eat alone.
The Oscar night fiasco is the best example yet of how quickly a reputation can take a hit. Pricewaterhouse Coopers had a trusted name and solid reputation. They’ve been tabulating the Oscar winners for 83 years.
He*ro — a person who, in the opinion of others, has special achievements, abilities, or personal qualities and is regarded as a role model or ideal.
“Wayne Roberts, 68, running for the first time since his hit and run accident.”
This is a shout out to the Detroit Pistons. At a time when professional athletes are being criticized in record numbers for their off-court conduct, this week I got to see up close and personal some true athletic heroes at the Palace of Auburn Hills.
I don’t care what anyone says… You can teach an old dog new tricks. So many people make the mistake of not learning new things— not because they can’t but because they don’t want to do it wrong and look dumb.
Back in College my nickname was “Dr. Fun.” I was always looking for ways to make the day, the English assignment or just dinner in the cafeteria more of an adventure.
It wasn’t supposed to be a big deal adventure. I was just going for a calm, yawn of a kayak ride down Lake Worth near West Palm Beach. It was a beautiful January day, the sun shining, sparkles of light glimmering on the water.
It happens to me every year at this time. Life starts moving too fast. I get this overly anxious feeling that the days, weeks, months and years are just passing me by. Wasn’t I just applying for college?
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