How often do we talk about something we are really happy about and then in the same breath we complain about something else? How often do our wheels spin on all our problems and “To do” lists instead of what is going great? How often do we celebrate the good things, compared to complaining about … More When what is, is enough.
My son had an interesting day at school yesterday. He told me he learned that marriages have a higher percentage of being happy when the woman stays at home and the man goes to work. They are happier because they each have defined roles and this causes less arguing. Having a defined person in charge … More Resurrecting the stay-at-home mom? (A Lost Art, Writing Challenge)
I just read a little snip-it about Joan Rivers doing a F–k It List, as opposed to the popular Bucket List. I think this is genius! She feels that at her age, just go for it. But I say, at any age, we should just go for it! This naughty but nice list is exactly … More A F**k It List?
Within the last month or two, I have started a blog and opened a Twitter account. This is pretty major for me. I own internet companies, I’ve developed websites, I’ve tackled the impossible Google advertising, etc, etc, but…I have somehow managed to avoid the beast of social media. I recently quit my job (I worked … More Social Media Freak-Out
Oh my, so this is blogdom! This is a giant leap for me as I am one of the few remaining stragglers yet to have thrown themselves out into the wild wide web for all to see. It feels uncomfortable using my real identity here. I feel as though I should hide for fear of … More A change is gonna come…