Book Talk: Emotional Agility By Susan David, Phd

Sometimes you find a book you need and sometimes the book you need appears at the right time. Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and thrive in Work and Life happened to play a later role in my life. Embracing change? Good at it. Getting unstuck? Suck at it big time. Talking to a professional …

The Great Sneeze Off of 2018

On my social media feeds, this proved the best way to show how bad my sneezing got from time to time: My head alternated between feeling taken violently off by the next sneeze to getting stuffed so full of metaphorical cotton balls, I had to lay down. One of the Woke Comedy Collective members recommended hot …

Be It Resolved I Don’t Have Resolutions Right Now

It's not only a new year it's also a brief period of time every newspaper, tweet, or Buzzfeed list has something on resolutions, or perhaps simple goal setting for the new year, or thinkpieces on resolving to not make resolutions for 2018 and doesn't that make the writer smart? I have entered a category not …

Music Monday: The Two Faces of January 1st

Spotify began as a free account for me, something I played on my computer before taking the plunge into a subscription. With limited space in my home, the site has allowed me to create playlists and to play some tracks repeatedly in the comfort of my headphones. If you want to get to know a …

Happy New Year!

Good-bye 2017, try not to let the door hit you in the ass on the way out. I decided on a solitary new year, something younger me would think makes a person a loser, usually because someone else said it and I believed it as gospel. I watched The Avengers and its sequel yet again, …

All The Best To You And Yours

I decided to take a hiatus from social media as well, at least until after Christmas. Let's see if I can stick with no Tweeting, no Facebooking, and no Instagramming. I might reconsider my blog hiatus. I just want to recharge for a little while. Thank you for your continued support. I can't just go …

Taking a Blog Break Until The New Year

I made a you-got-to-be-kidding-me discovery. I repeated myself with my New York post, right down to the two songs selected. I merely wrote the post and didn't check as I usually do. Anytime I think of a song, I go back and check if I featured the song before. Often, I catch it, and lately, …