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December 29, 2017

5 Simple Steps To Feel Thankful Even When Your Life Is Down The Toilet.

Happiness can be found even in the darkest of times, if one only remembers to turn on the light. You don’t believe in it anymore. At least, not at the moment. You know, when they say you have to appreciate life to feel happy. And you tried. You really did. But come on, you need to have a reason to feel […]
December 29, 2017

How To Talk To People And Keep The Conversation Going

Do you struggle with starting small talk with people and then transitioning that into deeper, more meaningful conversation that establishes a connection with the other person? Or do you find that your conversations either don’t get off the ground to begin with – or else they fizzle out quickly, perhaps making for an awkward silence? Well, how would you like […]
December 28, 2017

5 Ways To Find Your Zen.

There are times in your life when you need to just breathe…or scream. Screaming is not appropriate at work though, so we need to find other ways to manage our stress. This is always easier said than done. We worry, fret, and work ourselves into a tizzy over something that might happen. We ponder, speculate, and look for hidden meanings […]
December 20, 2017

How To Push Yourself To Lose Weight

This is one of the most difficult yet happy things to write. I told those who ask me that I would post when I hit the goal and I would tell my story… Buckle up people! You’re about to endure 365lbs down to 265lbs. I have struggled with my weight since I was a teenager. In one summer, I gained […]
December 19, 2017

Eating Breast Cancer Away: The Research On How Food Can Help (Or Win) The Fight

When I was around 18 or 19, my mother, Barbara, was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. As you can imagine, this was a shock to us all, and her mostly. It was shocking in part because it was my mom, but even more so because of what type of mom she is.  She’s the cool mom.  The one your sister’s friends love […]
December 19, 2017

Give And Take: Adam Grant, My Dad And The Man On The Plane

[Reading Time: 15ish minutes] I was sitting at United gate 98, in Newark International Airport’s Terminal C, waiting to board my flight to Los Angeles.  By dint of flying so much for work, my “status” had gotten me upgraded to first class.Great for the flight, but not quite as fun to absorb the faces of the  economy-classers as they head […]
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