Category Archives: life

Sunday – My Favorite Day Of The Week

Friday used to be my favorite day of the week.  Knowing it’s the end of the work week and with a weekend ahead, my feeling was both relief (for the former) and anticipation (for the later).  Excitement galore. That favorite … Continue reading

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How To Avoid Self Sabotage?

Who is there talking behind my back? Nobody, except my negative self hacks. Why do they pop-up in the worst of times? Guarantee that it SHALT happen every time. What can I do to make them less so? Pause, Acknowledge, … Continue reading

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Hope Is A Function Of Struggle, Part 2

Easy to feel negativism is running rampant.  Not only here at home but around the globe: Teachers revolt, Me Too, Brexit . . .  The list goes on. Seems everyone is fighting; no one trusts each other.  Not even the … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 17 Feb 2019

Following up to an earlier post, I am reappraising my role as a parent.  Certainly as every parent knows, the job is lifetime but changing as we grow older. It is easy to get trapped in out dated mindsets and … Continue reading

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Mindless Reading

Caught myself mindlessly reading the news and literally getting nowhere. Don’t get me wrong, it’s an exiting world out there: the President and Congress averted another government shutdown, disgruntled employee turned active shooter in Illinois was killed by the police … Continue reading

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While-You-Are-Away

When traveling or vacationing, one of the decisions is whether to keep certain routines from home.  Routines like exercising, checking email, maintaining same diet or whatever your choice.  The balancing act is easier if you know which type of traveler … Continue reading

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Parenting Lessons Continue

I remembered bringing my son to the school bus stop for the first time.  It was hard to let go.  I worried all day how he would come out at the end of the day.  That precious moment and others … Continue reading

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Week In Review – 10 Feb 2019

My week started with a unusually warm weather on Monday.  Followed by my visit to the city of New Orleans.  A nice break from the Old Man Winter altogether.  The only thing is the city’s reputation being the Big Easy, guaranteed my … Continue reading

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Let the Good Times Roll

The French phrase “laissez les bon temps rouler” (pronounced “Lay-say le bon tom roo-lay”) describes New Orleans like nothing else can.  It means, “let the good times roll.” The passions for food and fun are so contagious and admirable, New Orleans … Continue reading

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Chilling in the Big Easy

New Orleans is getting ready for Mardi Gras or Fat Tuesday (March 5).  In 26 days, the City will be mobbed with revelers from all over, including the locals.  It is a good time to visit before the place gets … Continue reading

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