10 Reasons Why A "Plan B" Isn't Necessary “Plan B", "Alternate Strategy”, “Back Up Plans” are all very practical and safe reasonings. After all, we have all been conditioned to think with the logic of the cliche “Plan A is always have a ‘Plan B’”. We all feel much safer knowing that we have several systems in … Continue reading Plan “A” Is All That You Need
How To NOT Take Yourself Too Seriously If I've said it once, I've said it a thousand times--ADULTING SUCKS! It's overly consumed with responsibility and accountability--two things that have never been associated with fun. Even when we get a chance to let go for a while, we eventually have to remind ourselves of things like: … Continue reading It’s Really Not That Serious…
Loving Your Flaws When Others Do Not "If you've not been criticized, booed, jeered, or such; it's not because you have no flaws, but because you don't count so much" ~Danny Thomas I fell in love with that poem when I heard Danny Thomas say it at the end of a Dean Martin's Celebrity Roast … Continue reading Feeling Good About YOU!
2 Steps To Not Giving A Shit I know that the title is more pungent than usual, but that was the softest word that I could use to articulate my point. I suppose that I could have said something like, "Saying That You Don't Care, And Then Not Caring", but that really does not illustrate … Continue reading Saying, “I Don’t Give A Shit”, And Then Actually Not Giving A Shit!
The Art of Checking Yourself Do you ever wonder why it seems that wherever you go and whatever you do, you tend to meet the same types of people? If you are constantly being aligned with good people, then meeting good people is your expectation and the universe is meeting your expectation in a good … Continue reading You Are What You Attract
Hello my friends! I just had one of those moments where I was suddenly overcome with laughter. There are not enough of those moments. I've created a short list of things that never fails to crack me up! For some reason, when it comes to making lists, 5 is always my magic number. With that … Continue reading Five Things That Crack Me Up
Just a few moments ago, I went to the store to buy a nice bottle of Merlot (my favorite wine). I placed the bottle on the counter to be rung up by the cashier. The cashier; a man that I assumed to be in his early 40's like myself, had a goatee with flecks of … Continue reading 12 Steps To Staying Youthful